I know spring is on its way when the daffodils and redbud trees start to flower. Did you know you can eat redbud flowers? AND they are high in vitamin C? It’s their high concentration of ascorbic acid that gives the fresh buds a tart but slightly sweet flavor.Continue reading “Redbud Glazed Donuts”
You’ll love this vegan cobb recipe. It uses roasted ranch chickpeas, vegan bacon, and a non-dairy blue cheese dressing that is out- of-this-world good.
Who else thinks that eating out of a lettuce cup makes food taste better? Maybe, just me, I don’t know…Continue reading “Vegan Cobb Lettuce Wraps”
This curry soup is a nourishing warm bowl filled with healing foods like turmeric, garlic, cauliflower, carrots and broccoli.Continue reading “Golden Curry Soup”
I got so many requests for the recipe for these muffins I posted on Instagram a few days ago. Its like a green smoothie in muffin form. Lots of spinach in there, and mashed bananas to make them sweet. I personally don’t even taste the spinach, just the banana. Hope you enjoy!Continue reading “Green Smoothie Muffins”
Here’s a light crunchy spiralized Thai flavored salad that you don’t need a spiraler to make. I actually own a spiraler, but have to admit, I don’t like to spiralize carrots. It’s hard to do unless you have really, really thick carrots. So, when I saw that Earth Fare started carrying them in their frozen department I was excited and curious.Continue reading “Thai Carrot Salad with Peanut Dressing”
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”
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”
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”