TikTok’s air fryer tortilla pizza hack is perfect drunk food

Jaime E. Love

My school times are long earlier. And they have been never ever actually that outrageous to get started with. But recall staying younger: You’ve stayed up late, likely had like three much too a lot of, you’re hungry but able of making only the most essential foods.

If you’re in that (altered) point out of intellect, then this viral TikTok recipe for a tortilla pizza is pure gold. It is excellent trash, drunk foodstuff, and I indicate that as a compliment. The online video, posted to TikTok by @adriannamagnone, racked up much more than 10 million sights.

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It can be seemingly aimed at reduced-carb dieters — swapping tortillas for crust — but truly it is very best to believe of this as a low-priced, gooey, fatty, very simple food. It is not healthful or

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St. Vrain Valley School District’s Latino parents want fresh, nutritious and healthy food served at school

Jaime E. Love

A group of Latino moms in the suburbs north of Denver, many of whom work or volunteer in their children’s schools, noticed many kids weren’t eating their cafeteria meals. A lot of food was wasted. The kids  were coming home hungry. 

“They were super hungry, like starving, so they started asking, what is happening? Are you eating or, or what is going on?” said Caro Neri, a community organizer with ELPASO Voz in Longmont, which is part of ELPASO, or Engaged Latino Parents Advancing Their Students Outcomes. It’s a community group that works on issues to improve children’s academic performance.

Other children ate the food and were struggling with obesity. Another thing they noticed: a big difference in what districts were serving students in their cafeterias. The students in Boulder and Louisville got fresh fruit and smoothies for breakfast. For students in Longmont and Erie — packaged banana muffins

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