Poblano White Bean Hummus

  Ah yes! Spring is on it’s way, goodbye February and hello March! In with the warmer days and out with the frigid air. Welcome aboard sunshine and off ya go gloomy, chilly clouds. Spring is the season for farmers markets, flourishing gardens, and of course plenty of fresh veggies. Making dips, sauces, and side…

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Asian Cashew Chicken

Asian dishes have always been a favorite for me, however I don’t normally make too many of them due to the amount of soy ingredients they call for. Although I don’t use soy sauce, I still find ways to create the unique umami flavor using different ingredients such as rich balsamic vinegar, coconut amino acids,…

Simply Roasted Veggies

This recipe is one of my absolute favorites to make because of the simplicity of putting it together, leaving it in the oven, and ease of cleaning up after dinner. If you are looking for an easy side dish to make for your family (or yourself), this is definitely one to post on the fridge….

Farm to Table “Sautéed Veggie & Bacon Risotto”

Nothing is better than knowing exactly where the food you put on your table comes from. Whether it’s grown close on a local farm, within the same state you live, or in a different country- the nutrient composition stops developing after it’s been harvested. Local farms are the most beneficial to our health when it comes…

Gluten Free “Carrot Cake Muffins”

Muffins have been my saving grace when life gets busy and I need ‘on the go snacks’. Throughout the last couple of years I have baked enough muffins to supply the army, and then some. During one muffin crazed college semester, I baked a new batch of muffins every week. I tried ingredients that probably should not have been…