Granola. Who doesn’t love granola? But oftentimes, it costs an arm and a leg at the store. And perhaps even an ear, too. It’s pricey! Which is why as much as I love granola,...
Luxuriously creamy pumpkin pasta in 20 minutes! It’s possible with this super-simple vegetarian one-pot pasta recipe. My favorite easy fall dinner.
These veggie-packed egg rolls crisp up perfectly in the oven – no deep frying necessary. Just add chicken for the omnivores – easily made vegan too!
Like a mini grain bowl on the move, these hearty, protein-packed mason jar salads are layered with tabbouleh, hummus, greens, and toasted pine nuts. So easy and, frankly, darn cute!
A revelation! The rich and creamy sauce – made with only white beans, garlic, almond milk, a drizzle of olive oil plus salt and pepper – perfectly coats tender-to-the-bite zucchini ribbons. Only 5 ingredients and 15 minutes for this hearty and healthy gluten-free and vegan dinner. Score!
These moist and hearty muffins make the most of summer’s zucchini bounty. Perfect for vegans AND those who really want muffins but just realized they’re out of eggs (one of the great things about vegan muffins!)
A super simple summer salad with the sweet crunch of corn, juicy tomatoes, and the protein-punch of edamame.
Pizza night is all about the easy and cheesy around here. Well, not always the cheesy – after all, pizzas made individual style can have whatever you want (or don’t want) on them. That – and the imperfection of it all – is the beauty of it!
Stir up a few simple ingredients the night before and breakfast is waiting the next day! This version of overnight oats amps up the protein (and deliciousness) with a dollop of peanut butter. So handy to have a few jars of these waiting in the fridge – or, when we’re camping, the ice chest!
A sharp knife and steady hand along with some patience is really all it takes for crispy oven-baked zucchini chips.
Welcome to our small kitchen pantry organization project, our first official kitchen renovation project! This summer, we’re working on revamping our kitchen for only $5000. This pantry project ate up about $250 of that budget...
Slow-roasting cherry tomatoes brings out such sweet, intense flavor. Mixed with tons of roasted garlic and fresh basil, then spooned over garlicky golden toasts, this bruschetta is familiar yet special.