Since you’re all experts on how to make cauliflower rice now, I’ve discovered another great way to use it this summer: in tacos! SO easy, low calorie, and a great option to beef, even if you love the stuff. Click to continue reading »
I hesitate to call this a cake because it’s really more of a pie. Actually, it’s most like a clafoutis but with that, I often lose people 🙂 Whatever you call it, I think we can all agree this recipe is THE.BEST.FALL.DESSERT. Quick, easy…and with pears.
Nothing says Christmas flavor more than eggnog and I’m always on the hunt for good recipes to use it with. Since this time of year is really the only time I indulge in such a rich beverage, I thought it might be fun to make it quasi healthy by adding chia seeds for a festive, creamy dessert.
I just KNOW you have some pumpkin around…and am here to help you make it into the best savory side dish on your Thanksgiving table. Or as a main course as the ultimate show stopper at your next dinner party. Yes, this dish has the WOW factor. Click to continue reading »
We are in the thick of pumpkin season, my favorite time of year in the kitchen. So many versatile recipes – from sweet to savory – and this one, I do believe, is now at the top of my list.
As if that isn’t a mouthful enough…here is a super easy, rich and healthy dessert. It truly takes 5 minutes to make and just a little longer to ‘set’ but this cocoa coco chia pudding/mousse is sublime!
As I’ve said in many of my baking posts, most of these recipes are for anyone who just loves good food. It doesn’t matter that the ingredients happen to be gluten free or made with whole grains or alternative sweeteners – as long as it works for YOU. It’s all about flavor…
Gearing up for the big game this weekend? Yes, the Warriors are playing the Suns! If you live near San Francisco, you might be hard pressed to stay inside at all, we’ve had such gorgeous weather. But if you do rally for a party atmosphere on Sunday, here is a great recipe for snacking that will still allow extra room for beverages…
I’ve never really understood the expression ‘easy as pie,’ because quite frankly, pie has never been easy for me. And it’s all because of the crust. But, alas! This is music to your ears (and hands…) since this pie is crust-LESS.
Do you ever make the recipes suggested on packages? Often times I look at them after I’ve already decided to make something else, but save them for future use. Recently I wanted to try a different grain in my morning cereal, so I grabbed my bag of Bob’s Red Mill millet and found this sweet and savory recipe…