This month The Recipe Redux challenged us to come up with a breakfast dish that’s packed with savory flavor and satisfying protein.
I love the sweet and earthy flavors that beets bring to the table but if you’re new to them or don’t feel as confident, this is the recipe for you.
While it kills my little dietitian soul to admit it, I have fallen into the not-so-great habit of skipping breakfast.
Are you throwing away all of your delicious veggie scraps? I’ve got a much better idea – savory vegetarian mushroom broth
These flavorful walnut buddha bowls are made with black beans and a delicious blend of chili spices and lime. They’re great for both packed lunches and quick weeknight dinners!
Have you ever needed to make a difficult decision that made you feel a little bit uneasy about how others might judge you?
5-ingredient matcha energy balls!
By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest by Potatoes USA and am eligible to win prizes associated with this contest. I was not compensated for my time.
I have to introduce you to one of my favorite easy things to bake – and eat – on cold winter mornings like these. Hearty, crunchy, satiating, and just sweet enough to pair perfectly with coffee and tea, this rustic dried cherry seed bread is soon to become your next must-have pantry staple.
By posting this Wild Blueberry Beet Smoothie recipe I am entering the #WildYourSmoothie recipe contest sponsored by the Wild Blueberry Association of North America and I am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.
I was asked to participate in the #TasteTruvia campaign and created the recipe for these Whole Wheat Scones as a member of the Healthy Aperture Blogger Network. I was compensated for my time.
I received a free sample of Kikkoman Soy Sauce mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Kikkoman and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.
Christmas is only 4 days away, can you believe it? If you’re still looking for a last minute appetizer recipe, I have to introduce you to my new favorite holiday party idea. It’s sweet potato toast! And it’s one of the easiest (and prettiest) ways to enjoy one my favorite starchy vegetables.
I received a complimentary copy of Alexandra Caspero Lenz’s new cookbook, Fresh Italian Cooking for the New Generation for sharing my honest review and this brussels sprouts pasta recipe with you. As always, all opinions are my own.
Lately, I’ve been in love with warm and cozy flavors like ginger and cinnamon. I use them in all sorts of dishes, from breakfast through dessert but I think the latter, and these spiced apricot cookies specifically, are my favorite.
As a dietitian and food blogger, I’m always on the hunt for new ingredients to use in healthy, plant-based recipes. There are two ingredients in particular that have been popping up constantly in my Instagram and Pinterest feeds: harissa and dukkah. I had to give them a try.
One of the main reasons I love tempeh for people who are new to plant-based eating is that you can treat it almost exactly like you would a piece of meat. This sweet and savory baked tempeh dish is a perfect example.
This easy vegan apple crumble is the perfect sweet treat for your next holiday party. Made with fresh seasonal apples and warming spices like cinnamon, ginger, and cardamom, this is a seasonal dessert recipe that even the most novice of bakers can pull off.
I think we’re all still in a little state of shock today…so how about taking a few minutes to distract ourselves with naan pizza?
I’ve been thinking about making dark chocolate popcorn for some time now. My husband and I have come up with some pretty delicious savory popcorn creations but I always have trouble convincing him to take the sweet route. At least that’s the case beforehand.
I’ve been thinking about this meal for a very, very long time. Ever since I opened the September issue of Bon Appétit, in fact. Now, easy tomato soup is a classic. One of my favorite quick meals to throw together when I’m lacking fresh ingredients. But fried bread? This is completely novel to me. And it must…
I’ll be honest, I never used to care for pears all that much. They just seemed a little bland compared to some of the other fruits out there. Of course, tastebuds change, so I continued to try them each and every year (without much luck). Until now…until I found the most ideal chocolatey, nutty accompaniment.
This Apple Spirulina Smoothie Bowl recipe post is sponsored by Perfect Supplements.
It feels completely unreal to be talking Thanksgiving with you guys right now but with just six weeks to go, it’s time to start planning. This season, I have a hankering for festive holiday dishes that make a nod toward traditional favorites in a new and exciting way. This simple 5-ingredient roasted acorn squash recipe is…