Jump to recipe This roasted butternut squash and red onion is one of my fall favorite go-to side dishes, and gets made bi-weekly. I pair
These sautéed green beans and shallots are one of our favorite fall and winter veggie side dishes. The beans are crisp and vibrant green in color
This warm quinoa cereal is perfect for those busy fall or winter mornings, as it takes under 5 minutes to make and will warm you from the inside out.
For those of you that follow my stories on instagram, you’ve been seeing these oven roasted potatoes quite a bit in my stories lately, and that’s because I’ve been making them tons, and tossing them into everything!
This oven baked forbidden black rice is my latest OBSESSION! It’s SO easy to make, and comes out perfectly every time! It has an amazingly sweet, buttery, nutty flavor and this amazing chewy texture! It’s seriously the bomb, and I’ve been making it non-stop for the past 2-weeks!
Move over mixed greens and kale, there’s a new salad green in town, Brussels sprouts. Ok, I know some of you may be shaking your heads at the thought of Brussels sprouts in general, never mind raw Brussels, but I would encourage you to give this salad a try, because when Brussels sprouts are raw and thinly sliced they resemble a crunchy cabbage salad.
Happy fall back Sunday! I hope you all took advantage of that extra hour today. Maybe you got up earlier and were productive, or you took advantage of the extra hour and slept in. I took advantage of that extra hour and slept in, and I don’t have any guilt about it. I look forward to this day all year!
So, I’ve got some BIG news to share! I gave notice to my big corporate job and I’m going to dive back into this blog and this space, and see where it takes me. I’m going to play with life a bit and prioritize things that bring me joy, and this blog and connecting with you all brings me great JOY!
Happy New Year Peeps! I’m back with a new recipe! Vegan butternut squash soup! We’re day two into this new year and I have to tell you that I’m feeling excited, grateful and hopeful! I’m also feeling like I can do anything I set my intention and heart to! I turned 50 this past summer and realized there are a lot of things that I want to do in these next 50 plus years. I want to PLAY more, SHARE more, SPREAD more JOY and POSITIVITY!
I’m posting this chia pudding because I’ve sharing it on my Insta stories and eating it non-stop, so enough readers asked me for the recipe, so I’m posting it for you all today!