Cauliflower “Rice” Tacos in Under 10 Minutes

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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 »

Cardamom Pear Custard Pie

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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 ūüôā ¬†Whatever you call it, I think we can all agree this recipe is THE.BEST.FALL.DESSERT. Quick, easy…and with pears.

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Eggnog Chia Pudding with Pomegranate Seeds

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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.

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Roasted Pumpkin Risotto with Crispy Sage

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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 »

Smoky Pumpkin Pecan Bars

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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.

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Chocolate Chia Seed Mousse

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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!

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Blueberry Corn Muffins

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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…

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Beet Hummus

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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…

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Crustless Pumpkin Pie

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.

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Sweet Potato Congee

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…

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