I left you hanging a bit on the MMAZ Round 2 details – sorry about that! I’m currently on vacation in Vail and my plan of blogging over the weekend to prepare didn’t actually happen. Forgive me?!
I have an exciting announcement to share with you today! MMAZ is getting even better for Round 2!
2 Ways to Participate in MMAZ
In round 1, you were challenged to create a new meatless recipe each week for the featured ingredient. It was a lot of fun for those of us who love the challenge of creating an original recipe, but I also heard from some of you who don’t feel ready to create recipes yet. This time EVERYONE can join!
In Round 2, each ingredient will last 2 weeks! Participate in one or both weeks – it’s up to you!
- Create a Recipe: the first week will be our usual link-up of original recipes created with the featured ingredient.
- Cook a Recipe: the second week is a new link-up of recipes you cooked with the featured ingredient. I encourage you to choose one of the recipes created for MMAZ the week before, but you can use one you found somewhere else too. The only big rule is to never share the full recipe on your post, but we encourage you to link back to the recipe on the creator’s website.
Ready to Get Started?
The fun begins on April 1st with Avocado!
We’ll alternate each week between Creating a Recipe & Cooking a Recipe:
- April 1 – Create a Recipe for Avocado
- April 8 – Cook a Recipe for Avocado
- April 15 – Create a Recipe for Blueberries
- April 22 – Cook a Recipe for Blueberries
- April 29 – Create a Recipe for Cabbage
While I’m SO excited to have 2 ways for everyone to participate, I know this might be harder to keep track of. Have an idea to make it easier? Let me know!
I’d also love your help spreading the word about MMAZ! Tell a friend who you think would enjoy it – the more the merrier.
I’ll see you here next week to share your original Avocado recipe!
Questions for you:
- Are you ready to join in the fun in Round 2?
- Any ideas to help everyone remember if we’re on a recipe creation or cooking week?