Call for Contributors

We shared with you back at the end of 2014 how much our blog has grown in the past year. We’re loving every bit of it! I’m super excited at what this year has for us.

Call For Contributors

We’re looking for a team of contributors that will bring creative, well-written recipes and beautiful photography to Tastes of Lizzy T. As a contributor, you’d be responsible for sharing an original recipe on Tastes of Lizzy T one day a month. The day and week would be the same each month (such as the first Saturday of the month). The post would need to include a full recipe and at least 2 pictures of the recipe shared. It can be a healthy recipe or a “happy” recipe. You choose!

How does this benefit you?

Tastes of Lizzy T currently has over 300,000 monthly page views and over 25,000 followers on social media. And we’re growing each and every day! By sharing your recipe on Tastes of Lizzy T, you’ll gain from that exposure. We’ll tag you in all social media as we promote your post on our social media sites. I’ll commit to sharing some of your other recipes on my social media channels throughout the month. I’d also be available if you have any questions throughout the month. There is so much to learn about blogging and I definitely have more to learn, but I’m willing to help out and answer questions if I can!

In the blogging world, meeting new people and forming relationships is so important for helping your blog to grow. We’re excited to meet you and start working with you!

If you have questions or are interested in applying, please send an email to tastesoflizzyt@gmail(dot)com with “Contributor” in the subject line. Please introduce yourself and let us know where you blog. Choose three recipes posted on your site that you are the most proud of and send us the links so we can see your work.

Submissions are due by February 8th. I’m looking forward to hearing from you!

Cherry Almond Cake

Cherry Almond Cake - Tastes of Lizzy T

Light, airy from-scratch maraschino cherry cakes with pink almond and cherry flavored buttercream. Top this cherry almond cake with simple little “flowers” made from almonds and cherries. Have you ever gotten yourself into a baking mess? And I don’t mean the kind of mess that ruins your kitchen and takes a full hour to bring it back to its immaculate state. I mean the kind of mess where you make too much food for a party. A baking mess. My [Continue Reading]

Paleo Maple Glazed Pecans

Paleo Maple Glazed Pecans - Tastes of Lizzy T

Who doesn’t love the aroma of cinnamon and maple? Even if you’re trying to eat healthier, you can still enjoy the taste of candied nuts with these lightened up Paleo Maple Glazed Pecans. Have you ever walked through the mall and smelled something cinnamony and sweet and just had to have it? We live near a small mall. At the holidays, they sell candied pecans.  They roast these pecans in the sugary syrup right in the mall and that aroma [Continue Reading]

Ham & Pea Noodle Soup

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This creamy Ham & Pea Noodle Soup is a true comfort meal that the whole family will love. Serve with a side salad and dinner roll for a meal that comes together in just about 30 minutes! For those of you who live in cold weather states, how are you faring this winter?  I’m not going to lie. It’s been a bit of a struggle for me. Last year this time, we had just returned home from a 7-day Western Caribbean [Continue Reading]

Snickerdoodle Caramel Bars

Snickerdoodle Caramel Bars - Tastes of Lizzy T

Three-layer Snickerdoodle Caramel Bars will have you head over heels! Soft, cinnamon blondies covered in smooth dulce de leche and topped with sweet white chocolate. You won’t believe how good these are! Have you ever experienced love at first sight? I’m not talking about the people variety of love-at-first-sight. I’m talking about the dessert variety of love-at-first-sight. I’ve probably experienced this often in my life, but the one that stands out the most was about a month ago when a friend served [Continue Reading]

Sweetheart Chicken Hand Pies

Sweetheart Chicken Hand Pies - Tastes of Lizzy T

Tender, flaky pie crust covering comforting chicken and veggies. Serve these kid-friendly Sweetheart Chicken Hand Pies to your loves this Valentine’s Day! Today I’m going to  share with you a simple, delicious, Valentine’s Day treat. It starts with a warm, flaky pie crust. What could be better than a warm, flaky, homemade pie crust? I’m not really sure. All I know is that the pie crust recipe we use is probably the thing I crave the most. In fact, I have [Continue Reading]

Triple Chocolate Crunch Bars

Triple Chocolate Crunch Bars - Tastes of Lizzy T

Ever made your own chocolate bar? These simple Triple Chocolate Crunch Bars are full of white, milk and dark chocolates. Pecans and crisped rice give them a nice crunch! ‘Tis the season for chocolate. We’re not ones to celebrate hugely for Valentine’s Day. But we are all about chocolate, so if there’s a holiday that focuses on chocolate? Count us in. I love, love, love making my own homemade candies. If there were  plate of cookies and a plate of [Continue Reading]

Paleo Zuppa Toscana

Paleo Zuppa Toscana - Tastes of Lizzy T

Paleo Zuppa Toscana is a rich soup filled with potatoes, kale, Italian sausage and bacon. Your slow cooker makes this dairy free recipe easy to make. One of my favorite things to eat is soup. And something that I don’t fix very often is soup. I know it doesn’t make sense.  For some reason, soup is generally not what comes to mind when I’m menu-planning.  The one exception is when we are on a Whole30 or eating strictly paleo.  Although [Continue Reading]

Honeyscotch Popcorn

Honeyscotch Popcorn - Tastes of Lizzy T

Make a simple 3-ingredient glaze for your popcorn. Butter and honey give this honeyscotch popcorn snack the salty and sweet flavor that everyone loves. At first glance, this crunchy snack looks like just a normal bowl of popcorn. I can assure you, though, that this is not your every day popcorn. It has something very special drizzled on top and it is called honeyscotch.  Ever heard of it? This honeyscotch popcorn is an old family recipe that comes from Matt’s grandma. If there’s [Continue Reading]