With the creamy earthiness of the famed butternut squash, this "cream" sauce will be a new staple in your kitchen. Poured here over pasta and roasted Brussels, it makes for the most decadent, yet guiltless dish you've ever had.
I'm putting this in the kid's file, but really, us big kids like these too. Packed with fiber, protein and veggies that will go undetected, these burger bites for little hands are always a big hit with the kiddos in our family. I hope yours like them too!
Potato salad is a family gathering staple. It says "summer". It says, "Americana". It says boring. It's true, we love potatoes, but this dish can be boring, and fatty, and just blah. So, I've decided to take what we used to love so much and infuse it with flavors and textures we love. This Everyt...
This new spin on your traditional cornbread will be a favorite as we usher in the Fall season. You'll love it so much that I'll bet it will show up on your Thanksgiving table.
Why spend money on something you can literally make from scraps in your own kitchen? Your own personalized vegetable broth will also be free of additives and stabilizers that the shelf units need.
I created this salad especially for St. Louis At Home Magazine. The serving is for a party, simply vary the amount of the ingredients you think you might need for your sized crowd. I used my Hemp Heart Ranch Dressing in this and it was DELICIOUS!
Officially called Burmese Tofu, this type uses chickpeas rather than soy beans and allows for flavors to be infused all the way through. In this recipe I have taken some liberties and mixed in Italian spices to the chickpea flour, you can mix in whatever you'd like, although traditionally turmeric ...
I love this hearty, yet light stew that introduces summer's harvest! The squash pulls it all together, bringing the soup to a stew-like consistency and the lemon at the end brightens it all up. I hope you like it as much as I do!
Lentils, beans and quinoa make up the protein trifecta of this power bowl. Depending on whether you divide it into two or four servings, this hearty meal dishes up 11-21 grams of protein per bowl.
This thick, chunky and oh, so creamy tomato soup has a lot of little secrets, but one of them is the use of San Marzano tomatoes. Italy's little gem is a must for that great flavor here.
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