Today I’m super excited because it is Pizza Day on A Cozy Kitchen. This 30-Minute Fall Veggie Pizza is perfect for a weeknight meal. I’ve never thought of homemade pizza as a quick and easy meal, but this recipe, with its easy and quick rise, has changed my mind!
Most yeast requires you to get it started in water. Most of my recipes have you dissolve it into lukewarm water or milk and wait until it activates. Sometimes this can be finicky. It can take anywhere from 5 to 8 minutes for it to activate and get all nice and foamy.
But this RapidRise® Yeast is actually mixed within the dry ingredients—no activation required! This means no waiting around for it to be activated. You can mix and proceed with the recipe!
Believe it or not, this pizza dough takes about 5 minutes to be made and 10 minutes to rise. This is the perfect amount of time to sauté some veggies for the toppings
First of all, I’d like to apologize to anyone experiencing a heat wave in the United States. I know how frustrating is when all you want to do is go to Homegoods and buy fall stuff, wear scarves and a hoodie and you’re forced to wear sandals and sweat. Despite the wonky weather, I brought fall today in form of this Sesame Pumpkin Chocolate Cake.
For all intensive purposes, this cake is a snacking cake. You snack on it when you probably should just make yourself a meal. You bake this and then keep it on your counter for as long as possible (it probably won’t last long). It’s a great way to live!
Here’s why this Sesame Pumpkin Chocolate Cake amazing. Ready?
-This cake requires one-bowl -If you want, you can leave out the chocolate. You have freedom. -The flavor of toasted sesame oil and sesame seeds with pumpkin are surprisingly lovely. -The chocolate adds a lovely gooey touch to this cake that I am into.
This Cuban Black Bean Soup makes a delicious, flavorful weeknight meal. This soup is plant-based and vegan and so flavorful. Top it with vegan (or non) sour cream, sliced avocado and diced red onion. Below you’ll find two ways to make it: in the Instant Pot and on the stove top.
These snickerdoodles are delicious. They’re chewy, perfectly spiced with a combination of black pepper, cardamom, ginger and cinnamon. I love giving these away because they have a bit of staying power. They taste delicious even if they’re not straight from the oven.
Snickerdoodles Should Be Chewy!
The chewiness is heavenly. I attribute the cream cheese to their good texture. It’s truly magical in these.
I want all snickerdoodles to be chewy cookies! Dreamy texture.
I’m going to be honest and tell you that I don’t drink a ton of dairy milk but man, with these cookies, a glass of milk is SO GOOD.
For the past few years, Josh and try and take one vacation a year. We spend a lot of time dreaming about where we’re gonna go to next. 2019 is Paris (hopefully!) neither of us have been, so we can’t wait!
Every year we try and make sure we have enough points so our flights or hotel are covered. This makes the expense of the vacation itself a whole lot more manageable. That’s why I’m super excited to be teaming up with American Express and their new Gold Card to share with you how to earn points for doing the things you love!