This oil free dressing is sure to make a frequent appearance in your meal rotation! Oil free does not mean flavor free - this dressing goes great with salads, on roasted veggies, or used as a dip!
This July, I'm challenging myself (and you!) to do the Daily Dozen Challenge!
If you've ever tried tempeh and thought "this just isn't for me" then you need to try tempeh using this recipe before you write it off for good. The salty smoky flavor reminiscent of the flavors found in a hot Italian sausage and the chewy texture are sure to win you over!
Horchata is a popular refreshing sweetened rice beverage traditional to many Latin American cultures. I was inspired to make my own version after hearing how much my nephew loved drinking this "sweet milk".
Salads can be pretty boring at times. The right dressing can take a bowl of lettuce and turn it into a party of flavor! This peanut dressing has been my go to for some time now and I am absolutely in love.
A lower carb side with bold fresh flavors, this cauliflower fried rice is sure to please! Bursting with the richness of coconut and the freshness of lime, it feels like an indulgence at only 150 calories per cup!
Quinoa is an absolute favorite of mine because of its versatility. And with 8 grams of complete protein per cup, it's an excellent source of plant-based protein. This salad version is so flavorful, it makes a great side for meat eaters or main dish for vegetarians. Vegan? No problem! Simply omit the cheese.
I love making my own dressings. It helps control exactly what goes into my body, avoiding additives that are typically found in store bought versions. Making dressings at home also gives the freedom to tailor a dressing to your preference.
It's officially fall! And with that comes pumpkin everything, sweaters, and apple picking! This past weekend I went apple picking with a couple of friends in New Paltz, NY and came home with seven pounds of apples! Store bought apple butters contain high fructose corn syrup and added preservatives - this homemade version is sweetened with a touch of maple syrup allowing the natural sweetness of the freshly picked apples shine through.
My husband loves French toast. So much - that he usually orders two breakfast entrees at brunch. Whatever is on the menu that he's interested in and a French toast for dessert. So when I had some leftover ricotta, I just knew I had to try my hand at stuffing one at home.