A creamy delicious fall treat, homemade pumpkin spice latte! Using maple syrup, real pumpkin, oat milk, and spices. Homemade is a million times better than store-bought, and takes about 2 minutes to whip up! This post was originally published
You are not going to believe how easy it is to make this superfood strawberry chia seed jam. Three ingredients, 10 minutes, and you have a super healthy, sweet and luscious homemade jam that is thickened with chia seeds, instead of a boatload of
Coconut milk, mushrooms, kale, and quinoa sauteed together to create a one-pot wonder of creamy goodness. This is a favorite quick and healthy, gluten-free, vegan weeknight dinner that the whole family will love. (This post
The quick cooking, healthy, easy clean-up, entire family happy-making, grass-fed beef and zucchini skillet supper recipe. I have been turning up the volume and increasing the frequency of my workouts lately, getting myself ready for
Harissa roasted carrots and scallions is the perfect nod to gorgeous spring veggies. Plus, I share a 4-course spring tasting menu, it's a good one! My Mom is an incredible cook. This is not a matter of opinion, it is fact. She is also the ultimate
Kale and feta cheese meatloaf muffins are a quick and easy dinner recipe.Creamy feta cheese, yummy kale, and lots of dill in the perfect single serve size. I had every intention of making an elaborate dinner tonight. I bought all the
You know that moment when you are standing at your fridge, door ajar, hand on hip, thinking... "Ugh, I can't think of a thing to cook for dinner!"? You know the anxiety, overwhelm and aggravation that fills every cell of your body? Sometimes there
We are going to file this one under, "good problems to have". The problem? Two people + Five pounds of fruit every week for 24 weeks - One person who doesn't really eat fruit = A LOT of fruit for ME! This is a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture -
Can we talk about sweet potatoes for a minute? I have a very strong affinity for them, I think they are perfect, and sweet, and wonderful, and quite frankly my life is better because sweet potatoes are in it. They are on my staple grocery list.
I wrote about Thanksgiving here and here, check those posts out if you are looking for some solid advice on how to attack the day, but this year what I'd actually like to share is how I spend the days BEFORE (and a few after) the holiday, because as
You will be hard pressed to walk down a health food store aisle these days and not be bombarded with chia seeds smacked into nearly every product possible. One of the frustrating things about health food trends is that food companies have a tendency
I was in the ER last week (long story...don't worry it's blog-able) and the woman next to me in triage asked if I could help fill out her "triage" card, you know, the "why are you in the ER today card." Sure, I said, what would you like me to write?
I think it's safe to say that even the healthiest tree hugging hippie has an affinity for some form of "junk food". I know I've confessed some of my junkiest secret loves and cravings in the past, but have I ever told you the one about the hot
I read an article about Green Thursday in Saveur Magazine this month, Grundonnerstag, or Green Thursday, is celebrated in Germany on the Thursday before Easter. On this day Parishioners are typically given a branch to signify Lenten duties. Over time
I hear this alot: "I love ordering fish when I am in a restaurant but have no idea how to make it taste good at home." Can you relate? Never fear, Abra to the rescue. This is a recipe that kids and picky partners will love. Jordan, my BF, said, "Why