Koren and Alana, creators of The Little Green House made my day, or weekend with their
My husband and I love making delicious homemade pizzas. Especially on the grill these days, although stove top pan pizzas are nothing to turn down for either of us. I’m always stumped what to put on as my toppings though and now I have a wonderful new idea from these lovely ladies. BEANS! I love it. I know they’d taste spectacularly flavorful and chewy against the crunchy crust. Have to make one of these delicious pies soon. Thank you ladies! And thanks for sharing in the VVLP ♥
So just what is a Virtual Vegan Linky Potluck you say?
The Virtual Vegan Linky Potluck is now a way to have a potluck each week and that bloggers can share their plant-based/vegan/cruelty-free dishes in the following categories: appetizers, beverages, sides, soups, salads, breads, main dishes, desserts. Each Potluck will last 1 week and we will all announce the most popular (most clicks) from the previous week’s link ups on the same day as the NEXT linky party begins. Please link back to your blog in your entry. You will need to include something like: “I entered this recipe in the Virtual Vegan LINKY Potluck” in YOUR blog post. Virtual Vegan “Linky” Potluck
Grab a Virtual Vegan ‘LINKY” Party button for your blog HERE
Here’s how this weekly Potluck works:
Click on the link at the bottom of this post to enter the party.
Enter the requested info: the link to the recipe(s) you are contributing; name of the recipe; blog name; your name and email address; and select an image.
Submit a second recipe if, desired.
Spread the word! We encourage you to share this linky party with your blogging friends via social media or through a post on your own blog. The more (food) the merrier! If you would like to add a Virtual Vegan Linky Party button to your blog, you can find one here (please link the button back to that page so that people can find us).
A couple of things to keep in mind:
Bloggers submitting recipes need not be vegan, but recipes must be 100% vegan/plant-based. Recipes containing animal products will be removed from the Potluck.
Entry per person per week is limited to two.
Here are the most-clicked from last week:
Cauliflower Nigiri Sushi by The Taste Space
Avo-Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls by Queen of Zucchini
Potato & Kohlrabi Soup by House Vegan
Kale, Walnut, & Orange Salad by Simplify Your Health
Roasted Veggies by Glue & Glitter
Vegetables in Thai Red Curry Sauce by aharam
GF Pecan Pie by Lily’s Pies
More from my site
- A Cruelty Free Holiday – Vegan Holiday Basics
- Recycled Soups – 10 Minute Creamy Vegetable Soup