Two food posts in row?! No! Three! There’s another one tomorrow too πŸ˜‰ Honestly, I think the reason why I don’t do more food posts (besides having the most restricted diet ever) is that I over think everything. I have a very hard time posting simple 3 step recipes. I don’t know why though since I used to do it weekly with Things On Toast (remember when I did that all the time– before everyone and their mom started doing it. humph. haha). But I think if I can just tell my brain to chill, and realize that even three step recipes are recipes that others might appreciate, then it can happen more! Right before leaving we yanked up a bunch of (super cute) carrots in the garden. Without double thinking, Alex roasted them all up in the oven and made a super simple plate of food. And well, here it is for you guys to hopefully love! This would be great as a snack, for a party, high tea, whatever! πŸ™‚

Silly Alex started posing when I pulled out my camera. Silly Alex now has a picture of him smelling dirty carrots on the internet. (love you booger)

edible flowers are the best, aren’t they?




You’ll need: 
-super cute heirloom carrots (preferably tiny ones)
-edibles flowers (check your farmers markets, or sometimes whole foods carries them too, in the herb section)
-fresh mint, basil, or both
-olive oil
-yogurt (we buy unsweetened coconut yogurt– until I start making my own!)

How to:
-pre-heat oven to 450
-place carrots on sheet tray and drizzle with olive oil, salt, and pepper
-roast until carrots are tender— this will vary greatly depending on the size of your carrots! Check them every 15 minutes or so. Once their soft to pierce with fork, and golden, they’re done!
-fine chop/chiffonade your herbs
-place warm roasted carrots on plate and garnish with flowers and herbs.
-place a dollar of yogurt on your plate
-drizzle plate with olive oil and another sprinkle of salt.

And tada! you’re done! Serve, eat, feel wonderful and adorable and amazing all at the same time πŸ˜‰ 

3 Comments

  1. Do you have a recommendation on a good coconut yogurt? All I have been able to find is SO delicious, flavored and sweetened in tiny cups. I'd like to find plain and unsweetened, ideally, sold in a larger container than the single-use cups. I just switched to dairy-free recently, it's not too hard except I used to eat a lot of yogurt and I miss it like crazy!

    I'd love to make my own, but right now I don't think time will allow.

    Pictures are beautiful by the way! Your yard looks like an amazing edible oasis.

    • They have a larger size and it's unsweetened! I found it once at a tiny health food store– I had no idea it existed! You can ask your whole foods or health food store if they can carry it for you— they almost always say yes or at least try πŸ™‚

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