This recipe has fall written all over it. You can’t go wrong with butternut squash, veggie sausage, sage, thyme and cheese! This is the same idea as a twice baked potato, but with an autumn twist. It makes a wonderful comforting meal on a chilly fall night, and is so easy to make. Continue reading “Twice Baked Butternut Squash”
Can you think of a better food to ferment than salsa? Dig in with tortilla chips, dollop it on chili, or serve it with eggs for breakfast. Fermented veggies are great for gut health. They are full of good probiotic bacteria and healthy enzymes which helps restore a proper balance in our gut. Continue reading “Fermented Salsa”
These salmon cakes, hands down, are one of my most requested meals from my clients. I make them with fresh salmon which makes such a difference, so the salmon really shines! Continue reading “Salmon Cakes”
I never really *loved* falafel – that is, until I made it at home. And wow – What a difference it makes when it’s homemade! This falafel has so much flavor. It is super moist on the inside, yet crispy on the outside. I think you’ll love it too. Continue reading “Delicious Homemade Falafel”
Looking for something different to grill? I love burgers and ribs, but every once in a while I need to switch up what I’m grilling. Fish is a great alternative and makes for a delicious light meal. I’m always trying to add more sustainable fish to my diet, and these beautiful tasty citrus trout are perfect. Continue reading “Citrus Grilled Trout”
I’m always looking for yummy vegetarian meals that the whole (meat eating) family will love. These Buffalo Chickpea and Cauliflower Stuffed Peppers were a huge hit, and I think you will love them too.
Cauliflower rice and herb roasted chickpeas make the perfect vegetarian filling in the buffalo cream sauce. Stuffed into bell peppers that are topped with cheese, it’s the perfect vegetarian meal. Continue reading “Buffalo Chickpea and Cauliflower Stuffed Peppers”
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, these eggs benedict grass-fed burgers will hit the spot! I like to eat grass-fed beef because the cows are raised in pastures, just the way mother nature intended. They only eat grass and other natural greens throughout their lives. What’s the alternative? Conventional cattle are fed grains and even corn, which aren’t part of a cow’s natural diet. These substitutes are used to get the cattle to market faster, not for health. Continue reading “GrassFed Eggs Benedict Burgers”
These toasts are incredibly easy to put together for a family brunch or a regular weekday morning. It’s also a perfect meal to invite your little ones to help with (or make on their own, depending on their age).
Have you heard the phrase, “eat the rainbow”? It’s a catchy way of inspiring us to eat a vast array of colors because the color of the food you eat has a lot to do with the nutritional value it contains. So, to ensure you get a variety of vitamins and minerals, you should be eating lots of colorful fruits and vegetables. Continue reading “Rainbow Ricotta Toast”
This Sloppy Joe recipe is so much healthier and tastier than anything you’ll get out of a can. It is paleo, which means no processed food, just good clean ingredients. Continue reading “Paleo Joes”
Who else loves to have pizza on Friday nights? My boys and I have been enjoying this family tradition since they were little boys. Now that they are gown, I cherish those memories of us sitting around the kitchen together making our pizza’s. Continue reading “Best Cauliflower Crust Pizza”