I have been really into snack foods lately. So much so that I will almost forget to eat a meal and will just snack all day instead. While that doesn't sound super unhealthy, if I am not careful I can find myself eating junk food all day. Because of this, I've been trying to keep healthier choices around like dried fruits and nuts, and fresh fruit and veggies cleaned, cut up, and ready in the refrigerator.
If you haven't heard of the Teal Pumpkin Project™ yet, you're probably living under a rock. I kid...sort of. The Teal Pumpkin Project™ has been all over social media this fall. The campaign was launched in 2014 by Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) to raise awareness of food allergies. It also is a way to encourage others to include people with food allergies in the fun of trick-or-treating on Halloween by handing out non-food items instead of just candy, which many with allergies are unable to fully enjoy. Find out more about how you can participate in the Teal Pumpkin Project™.
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In the past couple of weeks, I have been enjoying my Foster Farms Gluten Free Corn Dogs immensely. Although I am a fan of mustard with my corn dogs, I was really wanting to switch things up a bit with a different dipping sauce. I decided a smoky, slightly sweet sauce would be perfect. Add a little cayenne if you like some heat too!
When faced with a boxed pizza crust mix, the logical thing to do would be to make a savory pizza recipe with it. I plan to, but first I knew I wanted to recreate a dessert pizza that I remember from my childhood. Enjoy Life Foods Pizza Crust Mix has enough of a neutral flavor that it works well with both savory and sweet toppings. Because I added so much in the way of sweet toppings, it actually helped to not have a sweet crust underneath.