Whatever you put parm on before, time to swap that out. You're going to LOVE this one!
Use this Sweet Potato Glaze as a syrup on your morning pancakes, a drizzle over your Dessert Nachos a or glaze over your favorite baked goods. With it's deep rich flavor, you can enjoy knowing this sweet treat, using only one ingredient, has zero added sugars or preservatives. Score!
Nachos for dessert? Yes, please!Make a single batch just for you or take it to a party for everyone to share! This is a crowd pleaser satisfying everyone's sweet tooth while offering some pretty solid nutrition, too!
Spreading the local love and very happily using Sriracha Granada and The Fallout spice blend to kick up these baked cauli bites. This simple recipe offers complex flavors with just the right amount heat to keep you grabbing for more. These little suckers are great!
You love ranch. You love hot sauce. Mash 'em up! I'm a little bit in love with locally made green sriracha, Sriracha Granada, and thought it would be the perfect ingredient to heat up a tofu ranch. I was right; hope you love it, too.
You've never had chili like this! It's packed with beans and vegetables. And, you'll ever miss the meat because I have added bulgur wheat to give you that mouth-feel and the sweetness of the San Marzano tomatoes will add a richness you'll really love. Cozy in and enjoy this all weekend long.
Beets are known for their anti-inflammatory properties and who doesn't love hummus? Check out this mash-up, cool your joints and enjoy!
In a delicious cheesy-sauce this hearty broccoli and chickpea casserole is the perfect one dish meal covering all your family's nutritional needs.
Keeping salad on its 'A' game, this bowl of greens leave all other salads in the dust! A mash up of asparagus, green peas, bell peppers, and quinoa lightly dressed in a creamy lemon herb dressing, this is salad reinvented. It's filling, it's a wellness warrior and most importantly it's darn deliciou...
A little smoky, a little spicy, this easy to come together recipe hits the senses, checks off the nutrients needed and keeps those calories low. Using one whole bunch of greens, to boot! Who needs a salad? Not you.