2 cans of bow moves (you need roughly 16 crescent moves… check to ensure they’re vegetarian!)

1 tablespoon of olive oil

1 green ringer pepper, finely hacked

1/2 of red onion, finely slashed

1 teaspoon of cumin

1/4 teaspoon of paprika

1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder

1/2 teaspoon of oregano

1 15 ounces jar of refried beans (check can ensure they’re a veggie lover!)

1 medium tomato, finely diced

discretionary: sprinkle with wholesome yeast before preparing

discretionary: vegetarian spread for brushing the rolls

2 7 ounce boxes of Completely Guacamole for serving!

Cilantro for serving


Pre-heat stove to 375 degrees F and softly oil a preparing plate (ideally a round pizza plate).

In a medium skillet, heat your oil over medium warmth and include the onion, pepper, and flavors. Blending regularly, sauté until the onion gets translucent, around 8 minutes. When done, remove from warmth and put in a safe spot.

Unroll the rolls and lay them level on the pizza plate with the briefest edge confronting the focal point of the skillet (see photographs if this is confounding.) You need the moves to cover each other by around 2/3 of an inch as they circumvent the dish. Leave around a 6-8 inch hover in the bow move ring.

Spread the refried beans out equally over the inward 50% of every bow roll (once more, see photograph above).

Top the beans with the sautéed veggies and afterward finish everything off with the tomatoes (in addition to the nourishing yeast in case you’re including it).

Taking the external tip of each move, overlap it over the bean and veggie blend and fold it under the inward piece of your ring.

Discretionary: brush the highest points of the moves with a touch of liquefied veggie-lover margarine.

Prepare for 25-30 minutes until the top is a pleasant profound brilliant darker shading and the base of the wreath is cooked (I check this by just utilizing a fork to lift up the wreath a bit).

Present with the Entirely Guacamole in an adorable bowl in the wreath and sprinkled with a pinch of naturally hacked cilantro.


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