This easy dairy free tzatziki is the lazy man’s way to make tzatziki. There is no peeling, grating or squeezing the cucumber. All you do is dice it in
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.
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.
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!
I just had to post this farro salad because I’m literally making it ALL the time, (obsessed) and the kids and I are devouring it. It’s SO simple to make and pairs with just about anything, chicken, steak, fish, you name it. It’s even awesome on its own, and makes the perfect salad to bring to your next picnic or potluck.
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.