This Olive & Roasted Vegetable Flatbread recipe is brought to you today by Mezzetta, hurrah! Read on to find out about their Daily Gift Basket giveaway, where each day one lucky winner will receive a gift basket full of tasty products and be sure to grab a $.50 off coupon on all Mezzetta products. As always, all opinions are my own.
Well guys, we’re really getting down to the end of the wire here. Christmas is like two weeks away and I’m getting all giddy thinking about it, spending time with family and making memories with the children.
This year is especially important to me because we have a ton of new additions to our family. Of course our own sweet precious baby Luke (by the way, did you all know that he’s walking now?! and on top of saying “mom” and “dad” and “hi” he’s learning to sign a few things, too!) we’ve got new nieces and nephews coming out the wazoo. Like, literally.
For us so many of our memories revolve around food. I just can’t help it, it’s how I’m wired.
With so many cooks in our family, meals definitely become a labor of love.
While Thanksgiving is all about the turkey, mashed potatoes and green bean casserole every Christmas we enjoy a completely new meal. A chance to experiment.
And this recipe, my loves, is all about experimenting and playing with flavors.
Artichokes, capers, roasted red peppers and garlic, olives, caramelized onions, feta cheese, chickpeas, fresh parsley… how could you possibly go wrong with a combo like this? Of course it’s easy to create delicious combos with Mezzetta!
If your family is like mine and you go crazy for all things olive, then check out the Mezzetta Daily Gift Basket giveaway, where each day one lucky winner will receive a gift basket full of tasty pantry staples like these! You can enter every single day, so check it often.
And then throw everything together on top of a flatbread and devour it and enjoy knowing that this tasty treat can serve as a holiday appetizer or a healthy lunch for two. Or lunch for one, I won’t judge.
I shared mine, now you share yours: What are your favorite holiday memories?