I swapped: chickpea pasta for regular pasta (I know, I know...), 90% lean ground beef for sausage, and 2% mozzarella for the full fat stuff. I also skipped the parmesan and added a ton of extra kale. And despite all of my vaguely-healthy changes, this recipe was still super delicious!
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Fabulous recipe. I used walnuts and pumpkin seeds because that is what I had, and added the croutons last so they would not get soggy. This is a great recipe because every forkful has a different flavor and crunch profile – and each is rich and flavorful. Too, variations are endless – I used a can of black beans and sauteed them briefly at the beginning. Thanks!!
Just made these so good! I cut sugar down to 200g and used raw sugar (no brown sugar where I live). I also chopped a bar of 90% Lindt and added that. Peanut butter, dark chocoolate and salt!!! Kids love them, I will make again.