How-To’s

Roasted red peppers in sheet pan

Roasted Red Peppers

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.

Simple Homemade Coconut Milk

For those of you that are allergic to nuts and dairy, but still want milk for your cereal or coffee, coconut milk is a tasty option to try. Making your own coconut milk is super easy, and requires only 2 ingredients to make it – UNSWEETNED SHREDDED COCONUT AND WATER, plus a touch of vanilla to sweeten it a bit!

Weekly salad prep ingredients

Weekly Salad Prep 101

I’m so excited to share this post with you all today, as it’s just chock-full of helpful info. It’s also real life for me, as it’s what I’ve been doing in my own house to maintain and keep to a healthy eating routine, as my life gets busier and busier.

How to Make Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs

I know they’re tons of you out there that already know how to hard boil an egg, but I’ve run into countless friends/readers that really have no clue, so this post is for all of you out there who have never hard boiled an egg, or have, but haven’t had them turn out palatable.

Roasted beets on baking trays

Roasted Whole Beets without Foil

Today I’m going to show you how to roast whole beets without foil. I found an even easier and less wasteful technique, where the beets come out perfect, flavorful and tender every time, and that is to just put the whole beets on a layer of parchment paper, and roast them away. Easy peasy!

Quick and easy guacamole

Quick and Easy Guacamole

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.

Tumeric infused honey

Turmeric Infused Honey

Here’s a simple and natural, two-ingredient recipe to help you combat the upcoming cold and flu season, as well as to help relieve your aching muscles and joints, and basically just give your immune system a slight boost! It’s called golden honey, and it’s basically raw honey that’s infused with ground turmeric. It’s super easy to whip up and super good for you to boot!

Homemade vanilla almond milk

Homemade Vanilla Almond Milk

Almond milk is one of the easiest raw food products to make at home. I know most of you are scratching your head thinking, who wants to go though the process and hassle of making homemade almond milk when I can just buy a carton inexpensively it at the store. I totally get it, but I’ve listed a few benefits of making your own almond milk below, just incase you’re interested.

How to store basil and tomatoes

How to Store Basil and Tomatoes

This post came to me out of the blue as I was making up the tomato marinade for one of our favorite summer pastas, Ina

Homemade croutons on a baking pan

How to Make Homemade Croutons

For me it’s the little things that stand out and make a recipe pop, like these homemade croutons. Every time I toss these bad boys into a salad or soup, I always get compliments on how amazing the croutons are. Yes, something so simple as homemade croutons can make a recipe go from great to outstanding! They truly beat out any store-bought variety, and are a great way to use up any leftover bread you have lying around.

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