One of the things that I love so much about connecting with other foodies and bloggers that are passionate about delicious eats is getting inspiration from them.
So often I’ll see a food combination in a recipe and think ‘What a great idea!’ and sometimes it really helps to spark creativity in my kitchen. I adore that I can get tips about eateries to check out via people I follow on social media, or fall in foodie love with pictures of a fellow food blogging friend’s recipe. I love food as it is, but this connection makes cooking, baking, eating, and recipe creating even more fun!
One of the food bloggers that I’ve been reading for years is Sarah from Making Thyme for Health, who I got to meet at Natural Products Expo West last year. Her and I share a passion for healthy, plant-based food, animals, travel, and the list goes on…and I always enjoy reading her blog. In fact, I have a birthday trip booked for this summer, and I was just on Sarah’s blog over the weekend reading her travel guide to this certain city as part of my research.
Recently Sarah shared a recipe on her blog for vegan French toast with lavender syrup, and I immediately was smitten with the idea of making French toast without the use of eggs. Instead, Sarah dipped the bread in a chickpea flour + non-dairy milk… and I knew that I had to try this out ASAP.