Let this day be remembered like the day when my uni homework doesn’t actually suck (hey physics book, I’m looking at yaaaa), but it’s all about making (and devouring) alllll the crackers.
Delicious, crunchy, salty crackers.
Which also happen to be the ugliest peeps in the block since, as you’ll know if you’ve ever read this blog since it’s the only thing I seem to talk about come this time of the year, I’m a busy bee and have absolutely zero time to make my crackers look presentable.
Sorry that they look as if a three-year-old made them. Or more like as though said three-year-old dumped dough dollops into a baking tray and hoped for the best. If there’s ever a world contest on making the ultimate fugly crackers please let me know so I can sign up, leave the judges ashtonished aaaaand take all the prices home.
Which I hope they’ll come in the form of hummus, because where else am I supposed to dip my hard-to-look-at crackers otherwise?
Good thing is that if you’re more artsy than me (which isn’t hard, to be honest) and aren’t drowing in assigments and revision for your finals, you can totally get these babes to look amazeballs aaaand taste so good.
Thyme + sea salt + paprika + extra virgin olive oil
Can you say “YUM”?
To grab the recipe, please go to THIS BLOG. As part of my uni work we have to write posts on that uni blog and I need to get lots of views to pass the subject so I’d really, really, really appreciate it if you guys could please click the link, refresh the page a couple of times (*wink wink*) and even pin the recipe from there. My team is losing and we need more views/visits not to fail the exam. Thanks for your support and sorry for the hassle. Once the assignment is handled, I will put the recipe here for you to grab it more easily.