I’m a sucker for takeout Pad Thai. Realizing I hadn’t found a source for such things in Miami (YET!) and remembering that I know how to make a really delish Thai peanut sauce, I decided to whip up a little something, something to curb the craving. This particular taste for Thai coincided perfectly with receiving … Continue reading Recipe: Chicken Pad Thai Salad
With the days turning to darkness at such a rapid rate, I’ve been gravitating towards cozy meals. You know the type. Colorful, warming dishes that pack a hearty punch. A dinner gobbled up out of a single bowl clutched to your chest as you curl up in front of your latest Netflix programming. I love … Continue reading Recipe: Hearty Roasted Vegetable Soup
For the last several years my breakfasts have consisted of one of two options. Hot outside? Yogurt. Cold outside? Oatmeal. I love both options a whole bunch and find them incredibly versatile. So many possible toppings! But, don’t let that blurred Christmas tree in the background of the shot above fool you. Christmas may be … Continue reading Recipe: Tropical Chia Pudding
So, these are sort of a cross between a more European style pancake and a good ol’ fashioned American pancake. They have a more neutral taste so the toppings shine but they’re still gonna fill you up. As a result, I’d say this is a stick-to-your-ribs sort of meal….but in the daintiest way possible. ; … Continue reading Recipe: Dairy-free Crepes
I’m not someone who is easily seduced by the “Appetizers” section on menus. Unless you’re gonna bring me a free basket of tortilla chips with salsa, I’d rather save my dough (and my appetite) for the main event. However! Every girl has exceptions…and this girl’s is fried pickles. Oh my word, if I see those … Continue reading Recipe: The perfect appetizer for Autumn.
It may not look like much but if you’re looking for a ridiculously easy dinner recipe that will allow you to tastily use up some leftovers, this one is for you. How easy? You don’t even have to BOIL the pasta. Just chuck a baking dish in the oven and you’ll be gobbling up some tasty noodles in … Continue reading Recipe: No-Boil Pasta Bake
Emotional ties to food have long been of interest to me. The way Chet talked about this dish; pining for it before he cooked it, savoring it while he gobbled it up, and re-hashing it’s glory long after the last drop was gone; I knew I wanted to share it with y’all. So that those … Continue reading Recipe: Chicken and Sausage
COMBINE… 1 cup old-fashioned oats 2/3 cup toasted coconut flakes 1/2 cup peanut butter 1/2 cup chocolate chips 1/3 cup honey 1 tablespoon chia seeds 1 teaspoon vanilla extract MIX… all ingredients together until incorporated. Let the mixture chill in the fridge for 30 minutes. ROLL… into 1 inch balls and store in an airtight … Continue reading Recipe: Energy Protein Balls
Today, I thought I’d share a really simple crock-pot recipe that you can make with items you may already have on hand! It allows you to cook a hearty breakfast WHILE YOU’RE SLEEPING which is basically sorcery in my eyes. This recipe makes 6 servings which is a perfect hot meal for one family OR … Continue reading Recipe: Apple Pie Oatmeal
Do you have an arsenal of easy-to-prepare dinners you look to on busy week nights when you’re exhausted and frankly too lazy to make anything that meaningful? I definitely have my own rotation. When you’re trying to stick to at-home eating, whether for dietary reasons or budget, it’s important to recognize the barriers which will … Continue reading No-recipe Recipes.