Risotto is one of those dishes I love but never think to make or order! Serve up this cheesy shrimp one for an enjoyable evening activity!
Cucumber, grapefruit, feta, smoked salmon, and parsley deliver an unexpected, refreshing mix of flavors to start brightening up your lunches as the weather warms!
I used to think stuffed sweet potatoes were just Instagram/Pinterest hype. The I made them. Work these into your weeknight rotation PRONTO!
Potlucks and weekday lunches prepare yourself, one broccoli & brussels slaw with creamy lemon dressing, dried cranberries, and walnuts… coming right up!
It’s never too late for weekend brunch! These egg, avocado, dill, and lime breakfast tacos can be whipped up in the next 10 minutes— whether it’s a weekend or weekday!
Meet your new best (pasta) friend. Decadent burrata and roasted tomatoes over a deceptively healthy bed of protein garlic noodles.
Greens, broccoli, roasted squash, grilled chicken, and dried cranberries. An easy weekday lunch to work into your rotation!
The white bean salad my best friend’s mom taught me. It’s incredible alone, atop greens, or as a side. Best part? It takes maybe 5 minutes to make.
Get ready to brunchify your burrata with this alarmingly simple and refreshing 5 ingredient recipe!
Why is this the meal prep salad? Because in making it, you’ll end up prepping ingredients you can toss in future bowls, salads, and plates all week!
These almond butter French toast dunkers are easy, (relatively) healthy and they can be all yours this weekend!
Interested in a meatless Monday dinner or need inspiration for lunch tomorrow? Try this toasted chickpea salad!
There is a time for an elaborate salad, and a time when you simply do not have time, and it’s either going to be an exceptionally easy salad or a bag pretzel thins for lunch. This is for those times!
The perfect soup for when you feel under the weather or chilly, but don’t want the basic chicken noodle to perk you up! This chilly oil has a ZING to it.
Think overripe bananas are only good for banana bread and smoothies? Think again! And meet your new brunch staple.
One up that overpriced lunch salad with an easier, likely even healthier one at home!
I’ve been on the quest for the perfect miso tahini dressing. This one goes great in a bowl with whatever veggies you have in your fridge!
Any caprese fans out there? You may have noticed 3/4 of the ingredients in the title are the caprese staples. I was tempted to call this recipe “Corn Caprese” it “Caprese with Corn” but neither of those had the right rings to them. In any case, the flavors are different and this feels more like […]
Think of this recipe as a base from which to customize. Sure, I used portabella mushrooms, romaine, Delicata squash, and quinoa, for example, but if you have broccoli, sweet potato, arugula and farro in your fridge then by all means use that instead. The point is: grains + roasted veggies + lettuce + fresh leaves. […]
Need a wintery special occasion potato? Nothing beats chestnuts and potatoes in this delicious sauce. Forget chestnuts over an open fire– roasted chestnuts with potatoes and this marinade are where it’s at!
Homemade Spinach Pasta This was my first foray into homemade pasta in a long time, and I had forgotten how easy it is. It’s a great weekend group activity and I highly recommend you try next time you’re cooking a special meal with friends or family! Once you have the pasta maker, you will be […]
I think all lovers of almond milk (particularly flavored almond milk) should try making it from scratch at least once! It gives you appreciation for what goes into your cow’s milk alternatives and is incredibly fulfilling.
No, that’s not a typo. Yes, it’s kale + falafel (+ a great homemade hummus recipe). Promise you can’t taste the kale!
Ditch the bowl and eat your morning yogurt island style out of a papaya!
Local style Hawaiian poke- with a California style Trader Joe’s twist!
Breaking news – pineapple & chocolate is the combo you have been missing in your life… and you only need two ingredients!
My local Costco had some amaaaaizing ahi which turned into ceviche which turned into an eat-the-rainbow seafood salad.
Looking to put a little crunch in your lunch? Make a batch for your fridge to eat plain, over lettuce, as a side salad, heck, as dessert (!!) all week.
A delicious Korean style short rib that requires minimal effort — the most time spent will be waiting for the marinade!
A 2-for-1 special: behold, your new go-to tropical fruit salsa and a game plan to building perfect cheese plates!
Papaya & prosciutto salad with pillows of ricotta… your Italian antipasto classic made tropical!
One of my favorite easy meals to date has been my gnocchi soup. This is its meatier cousin, tortellini and sausage soup! Same idea— slightly heartier flavor 🙂
A healthy twist on a classic LA dish— swaps out heavy cream and butter for Greek yogurt and olive oil… but don’t worry, you still get to light your sauce on fire!