HAPPY NEW YEAR!
We are still in the first week of TWENTY EIGHTEEN so I am patting myself on the back for getting a brand new recipe out to you in this time. My goals for And Then There Was Food has been set so stick with me; I put some serious things on there because I have lots of making up to do for my lack of consistent posting the last few months. I hope you know it’s simply because I had to shift most of my attention to Mel Adams, my photography business, which is reaching it’s first financial year end at the end of this month. Can we cheers to that?!
But, it’s a new year and a new chapter is being written for this blog-baby of mine.
I have really been encouraged by some of my friends who put eating healthier at the top of their list of resolutions for this new year. Now before you say, ‘that’s the case with many people when it comes to new year’s resolutions’, I really think these people who have contacted me are serious about this. I mean the incoming questions are endless. I am no dietician or specialist in this area, but I know what works for my husband and myself and I am more than happy to share our recipes, discoveries and tips with those of you who also want that I-can-do-all-things-feeling when you get up each morning. I am reminding myself that this blog was created for that very purpose – to encourage my friends and family to a healthier lifestyle. So thank you to those of you who inform me about the recipes on my blog that you have tried and love. I really appreciate it. May we engage much more on the blog this year.
Now onto Summer foods. In our home Summer means light, salads, sun and easy. Today’s recipe is the latter: easy. I mentioned my favourite whole meal flour to you before. It’s a must have in our pantry. It’s such a good flour to have around – I use it for quick wraps, pizza bases, muffins and now even tortilla chips. Though I prefer flourless baking where I can, wholemeal flour is such a good broom for our bodies.
These tortilla chips are so easy to prepare and you will probably never buy the expensive store bought chips again once you’ve tried this recipe. With only 5 ingredients which you probably have in your kitchen, I say, get to the kitchen and make these for dinner tonight. Serve it with cheese, guacamole, salsa, sour cream and whatever else you can think of.