I’m revisiting my eat-in-color series with a day of orange eats! orange-hued foods like sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkin, squash, cantaloupe and oranges (just to name a few) are full of antioxidants and can help fight off infection and support healthy skin and hair* – and who doesn’t have time for that. 😀 so here’s a day of … More orange you lovely…
here’s a meatless game day menu that will make everyone happy (even your favorite carnivores!) – which recipes will you try? savor bibb salad with radishes via martha stewart vegan lentil walnut burgers via vegan richa plantain chips via the SugarApple (yours truly 🙂 ) sweet ultimate unbaked raw vegan chocolate brownies via chocolate covered katie … More game time, snack time.
spring is finally here and it’s time to fully enjoy the best of spring produce! I’m sharing a perfect day of spring eats and recipes. tell me what you think. 😉 a day of spring eats breakfast: strawberries (blend them into a green smoothie or just eat them raw) lunch: spring pea pasta w/asparagus via chocolate … More wednesday wish list: spring eats
here is a great brownie recipe I recently made for a crowd of friends: Ina Garten’s outrageous brownies. they are absolutely delicious. and with Valentine’s Day coming up, you may want to just half the recipe and then enjoy a few with your sweetie and freeze the rest for another day. I made slight modifications to … More ina garten’s outrageous brownies – justifiably delish
plantain chips are “not yo mama’s potato chips” 😉 although many people like to enjoy them fried, they are just as delicious when baked (and seriously, the baked version is soooooo good). so here’s a very easy recipe for baked plantain chips that you can try and see for yourself! let me know if you make … More baked plantain chips
I’m revisiting my eat-in-color series to find ways to eat healthy green foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner. here are 5favs recipes to consider. what are your favorite ways to get in some healthy greens? 🥒🍏🥑 (and please note: my sincere apologies for those who received an incomplete pre-scheduled email on Monday, I will be more careful in the … More eating greens.
sometimes I crave granola, and today was just one of those days. I wanted something very easy and quick, and I found it with Martha Stewart’s peanut butter granola bars. I made just a few changes to the original recipe (swapping peanut butter for chocolate hazelnut butter for one) but it filled my need for granola … More chocolate hazelnut granola bars.
it’s a game day menu full of seasonal eats – let me what you think! snacks caramelized leek* and spinach dip via cooking light (serve this with chips and some veggies!) grilled bbq tempe sliders with kale* slaw via the plant strong vegan crispy lemon* chicken wings via dinner at the zoo sweets blood orange* bars via white … More game day: winter seasonal eats
as the saying goes, when you have lemons – make lemonade. and I’m taking that literally. 😉 we grew some fresh mint this year and used it to make the best lemonade. surprisingly, it was even more refreshing on a cold night (it made us immediately want summer). so when you have lemons, make … More when you have lemons…
these potato cups pack a lot of flavor in a small bite. I actually enjoyed them as a side dish just for me, but they would be a great appetizer if you made them right before they had to be served. I made 5 of these potato cups with just one potato (and only 4 … More gluten free potato cups with Charlie.