Tuesday, 12 July 2016

A Fresh Start | Moving Over

Hello My Lovelies,

As you may be able to tell from the title - Krystal Spring is moving!
Not only that, its changing.

Let me explain...

I've only been blogging regularly for a little under 6 months now and I've really enjoyed it. Its been great speaking about things that excite and interest me BUT in some ways I feel like I haven't been myself with some of the content I post, I feel like I've spent too much time trying to keep up with other bloggers and worrying too much about numbers and readers.

For these reasons I've decided to have a fresh start and have created a new blog over on Wordpress with a new name - Little Nook.

I created it as a platform for sharing my thoughts, travels, recipes and photography with the determination that I will be more authentically me.

I really hope those of you who love hearing from me will follow me over there and continue to enjoy reading what I share, encouraging me and commenting on what I post.

See you over there,

Monday, 4 July 2016

In The Kitchen | Veggie Tortilla Pizza

If you've been reading Krystal Spring recently you'd know that for the month
of July I've decided to give Meat Free a Try.
So far I've really been enjoying trying new recipes so today I thought I'd
share one of my favourites so far, its a pizza dish with a twist in that its a tortilla base and isn't drowning in cheese. Give it a go, its delicious!

(2 person serving)


2 Garlic Tortilla Wraps
250g Pasta Sauce
60g Quorn Mince
2 handfuls of Baby Spinach
2 Handful of grated Cheese
2 Medium Eggs
1 Garlic Clove
Chilli Powder
Parsley Seasoning


1 ) Preheat the oven, 200 degrees or gas mark 8

2) Put 250g or half a jar of Pasta sauce in a frying pan. Add 1 chopped garlic clove, a sprinkle of chilli powder and some parsley seasoning.

3) Add about 2 handfuls of frozen quorn mince and cook on a medium heat for
10 -12 mins

4) Get a Tortilla Wrap and spread your mince and sauce over the Tortilla thinly like on a pizza then
add spinach leaves and as much cheese as you prefer.

5) Crack and Egg into the centre of the tortilla and sprinkle a little salt over it.

6) Bake in a hot oven for 10 - 12 minutes or until the egg is cooked.

Bare in mind the egg will be runnier that  normal because of being baked and because of the juices from the spinach and mince.

Cut up into slices or roll and eat..

Let me know in the comments if you've tried this recipe,

Until Next Time,

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