Bean dips are so very easy to make and are much more economical than purchasing them premade at the store. I recommend keeping a dip in the fridge, weekly, with some cut veggies for easy snacking!
Ah! I can't believe how long it's been since I posted a recipe. There's a whole bunch of reasons why, ultimately life. My energy goes mostly to my job, then balancing that with trying to keep myself healthy and sane. Finding time for myself, my friends, my passions, my family. I've been writing a cookbook, a baby's first foods cookbook with an emphasis on health awareness. I can't wait to share that with you! But in the meantime I'm going to share this- the most delicious summery drink that makes my heart sing! Strawberry Lemonade!
Aka, the easiest throw-together appetizer. This is my kinda dish. I love mushrooms, and I love them even more when they're stuffed with pesto. Give them a try! They're seriously easy to make.
These pancakes are perfect. My favorite pancake recipe thus far, and for many reasons. The first reason being that these pancakes are made without flour, and instead steel cut oats. They're incredibly fluffy, far fluffier than any other pancakes I've ever had. And they're made so quickly!! With so little ingredients! Dare I say these bad boys aren't bad for you either? It's true, take a lot at the ingredients list!
I adore Chef Chloe, and for those of you who don't know her you're missing out. She's paving the way for more plant based options in the culinary world. Her cookbooks are phenomenal with recipes that are reliable and always delicious. This recipe comes from her cookbook Chloe's Kitchen. One little 8-ounce package of tempeh transformed into a dish that was beyond impressive. A definite repeat for this kitchen.
This holiday tart has been made many a times for both my family and friends who have requested its presence. Every bite just screams Autumn with it's rich, nutty and savory notes. It's, by far, one of my favorite dishes during this time of year and is always a shining star at Thanksgiving.
It was a sunny afternoon over a year ago when I first tried this dish at the Lyon family home. We were gathered around in the living room balancing plates of delectable vegetable dishes on our laps, this being one of them. I remember trying to guess the ingredients in the sauce, there was something so delicious that I couldn't put my finger on. Turns out it was cocoa powder! You're going to have to taste this for yourself to appreciate the magical powers of the cocoa in this dish- then we can sing it's praises together!
This is my go to salad recipe when I have some dinosaur (lacinato) kale laying around. It's cheezy, nutty and absolutely perfect. Every Thanksgiving and Christmas it is requested by my extended family, it's just one of those salads no one ever gets sick of.
On occasion my organic produce co-op will deliver an abundance of asparagus leaving me at a loss of what to make with so many. I did a bit of research came across a recipe for asparagus soup. I've never even considered making a soup out of them before and was immediately curious. Thirty minutes later I was greeted by a surprisingly delicious velvety smooth soup. I passed this recipe along to a girlfriend of mine who needed something to make for a dinner party, later reporting everyone was beyond impressed with this green goddess.
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