A simple seventh day adventist vegetarian recipe, that kids love.

Haystacks are simple and easy meals. When I first became a SDA I was told that we were going to have Haystacks at a social event. A haystack! What?

It is a nice vegetarian recipe for kids; they love it. I serve it often to my pathfinder group. It seems to be their favorite meal, because they never get tired of it.

It is a very simple vegetarian recipe; it is just a stack of food. The hardest part of this meal is cutting up the ingredients.

What is needed:

  • Corn chips
  • Chili or beans (I like to use Bush’s vegetarian beans, while others like to use Worthington’s vegetarian Chili. When makeing it for others I mix the Worthington chili with the Bush’s beans)
  • Grated Cheese (preferably soy)
  • Chopped onion, (if you are an onion lover)
  • Chopped Lettuce
  • Diced Tomatoes
  • Avacado or guacamole
  • Favorite dressing (optional)

Some like to add salsa and even corn niblets.

So this is how we make it:-

Put the corn chips in a plate and mash them (easier to eat that way). Then spoon the bean/chili mix on top. Add the rest of the ingredients in the order given and finish with the dressing.

And there you have it, an easy vegetarian meal.


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