I recently adapted a muffin recipe to be completely whole grain and full of nutrient-packed chia seeds. I also replaced brown sugar with honey to lower the amount of processed sugar in the recipe. These have become a breakfast staple … Continue reading
If you’re looking to add a new pasta dish to your repertoire, look no further. This recipe from Real Simple is easy, quick, and tasty. I love the flavor that the leeks provide when they meld with the wine, cream, and pecorino.
Because of the cream, this isn’t a low-fat meal, but it’s not heavy the way that some fettuccine dishes can be. Serve it with a lightly-dressed salad and some Sauvignon Blanc.
Tostadas are kind of the open-faced sandwich of Mexican cuisine. My favorite way to prepare a tostada is with eggs. I love this dish because it’s easy to prepare yet it feels like a special breakfast (which means it’s perfect … Continue reading
If you haven’t yet discovered Hilah Cooking, you should check her out. Her cooking videos are pretty great and that dog is freakin’ adorable. She’s probably best known for her Chick-Fil-Gay Sandwich (which I still have not tried to make … Continue reading
There are lots of prepared foods that I love to buy, but salad dressing is not one of them. For whatever reason, I hardly ever think they taste good. I’m typically left wanting a homemade vinaigrette. Today, I’m sharing with … Continue reading
Here’s a recipe I recently got from a friend and then adapted to make vegetarian. As you can see from the ingredient list (cream of mushroom soup, sour cream, mayo), this dish isn’t exactly low in fat. I have not … Continue reading