These rosemary and thyme turkey burgers are chock full of flavor, and gluten-free and dairy-free to boot! They pair perfectly with a big salad.
Marin Mama Faves
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.
I make quinoa all the time and I’ve discovered the perfect liquid ratio that gives you perfectly cooked quinoa that’s not watery or over cooked.
This 5 minute pantry champagne vinaigrette uses 5 simple pantry ingredients, olive oil, champagne vinegar, dijon mustard, salt & pepper.
This green ginger smoothie is more like a green ginger juice, but I’m calling it a smoothie, as you get the added fiber from all the ingredients.
Rich Roll’s vegan almond pesto paired with brown rice pasta, sun-dried tomatoes, red peppers, spinach and artichoke hearts. It’s a flavor bomb!
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!
If you’re looking for ways to incorporate more veggies into your diet, then these roasted red peppers make it easy, as they are jam packed full of flavor! Roasting them with a bit of avocado oil and some Celtic sea salt adds a sweet smokey depth of flavor that’s hard to describe in words, it’s just something you have to try.
If you’re looking for an easy, healthy, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, grab and go breakfast that will keep you full for hours, then you have to try these overnight refrigerator steel cut oats with chia and strawberries. This is my go-to travel and weekend breakfast. I make these oats all the time to take to Tahoe, so I have an easy breakfast to eat in the car on the way to the slopes.
I’ve recently taught a few small cooking classes/demos and come to the realization that a lot of my local readers and friends are on the lookout for simple, tasty, easy, no-fuss recipes to add to their repertoire. Recipes that I think are simple and not exactly blog post worthy, are really what most people want to make, and have time to make. I’ve always assumed that everyone had a go-to guacamole recipe, knew how to make brown rice, or de-stem kale, but I’ve come to realize that not everyone knows these things, and most of the time will not admit it.