Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green - Food

  • Solar-Powered BBQ
    The extraordinary PhotonGrill BBQ is 100% fireless, fuel free and completely solar powered. read more... Read more »
  • Eat humane with the RSPCA's Choose Wisely
    The RSPCA’s Choose Wisely initiative is asking all Australians to support humanely produced food when eating out. read more... Read more »
  • Newtown Festival Leading The Way In Urban Sustainability
    Newtown Neighbourhood Centre’s (NNC) annual fundraiser event is back again for 2015! Newtown Festival boasts the vibrant creative, conscientious and inclusive community of Newtown, and will showcase a range of eco initiatives that reflect this originality and diversity. read more... Read more »
  • Good Things Await
    Niel Stokholm and his wife Rita, use holistic and traditional methods to produce delicious food sought by some of the best restaurants in the world. read more... Read more »
  • Oven versus microwave
    When it comes to heating or preparing a meal, which oven is the greener option? read more... Read more »
  • How To Grow Serious Backyard Veggies
    Get your beloved seeds from their packets all the way to a super, plentiful harvest. read more... Read more »
  • Conscious Life Festival
    Saturday, October 31st and Sunday 1st November 2015 Don't miss the Sunshine Coast’s premiere Conscious Life Festival on Saturday, October 31st and Sunday 1st November 2015. A family-friendly festival for young and older guests alike. read more... Read more »

    Skinny Taste

  • 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (September 27- October 3)
    A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. Recipes include macros and WW Points. 7-Day Healthy Meal Plan Fall leaves, fall sweaters, fall colors—pumpkins!!!!!! Who else is excited??!!! I love the versatility of pumpkins in recipes! I have so many pumpkin... Read more »
  • Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins
    Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins are moist, delicious and perfectly spiced! A delicious fall breakfast made with canned pumpkin, pumpkin spice and a cream cheese swirl topping. Pumpkin Cream Cheese Muffins These Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Muffins are always such a hit on my blog, I knew I would love this cream... Read more »
  • Autumn Apple and Grape Medley (Fruit Salad)
    Sweet, crunchy apples and grapes in a creamy yogurt and cream cheese sauce topped with crushed walnuts and brown sugar are the perfect fall treat or dessert. Autumn Apple and Grape Medley I’m usually pretty sad when summer comes to an end, but I do love the fall! Seeing the... Read more »
  • Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats
    Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats is a healthy plant-based breakfast made with my homemade pumpkin butter, oat milk, chia and spices, refrigerated overnight and topped with banana and nuts/seeds. No cooking required! Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats I’ve been eating overnight oats in a jar for years. They are such an easy breakfast that... Read more »
  • 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (September 20-26)
    A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. Recipes include macros and WW Points. 7-Day Healthy Meal Plan One thing I love about fall—-soups! Especially when I can plan ahead for busy nights–I know everyone’s schedule is crazy- school is back... Read more »
  • Chicken Cutlet Caprese Salad
    Chicken Cutlet Caprese Salad takes advantage of end-of-summer heirloom tomatoes with lightly pan-fried chicken cutlets, fresh mozzarella, and basil. Chicken Cutlet Caprese Salad This Chicken Cutlet Caprese Salad is the perfect salad for dinner. It’s hearty and flavorful, and I know you’ll crave it again and again! I love a... Read more »
  • Strawberry Cheesecake Dip
    Strawberry Cheesecake Dip tastes just like cheesecake in dip form – perfect for serving with fresh fruit or graham crackers. Strawberry Cheesecake Dip With Madison back in school, I’ve got school lunches and after-school snacks on my mind. She’s always so hungry after school, so I created this strawberry cream... Read more »

    smitten kitchen

  • baked farro with summer vegetables
    If things seem a little quiet around here this summer, do know that it’s less because I’m out having a hot vax summer and more because I’m in my own personal quarantine-for-a-good-cause: finishing up my third cookbook, which will be out next fall. Although I’m somewhat (“somewhat”) panicked by the... Read more »
  • deviled eggs
    I will never find it again [Update: It’s been found!], but a few weeks ago a TikTok* went through my feed in which a woman is invited to eat half a dozen eggs and she says “Oh no, that’s too much.” “But what if I scoop them out, mash it... Read more »
  • frozen strawberry daiquiris
    Of course, violins are not made small enough to express the woe that is ordering a sub-par drink at the kind of resort with palm trees, beaches, and a daily agenda of luxuriating as lazily as possible. But, have you ever ordered a good strawberry daiquiri at a bar? I... Read more »
  • zucchini butter spaghetti
    I am a little bit obsessed with this spaghetti. If we’ve spoken recently, I didn’t let you not asking me about it keep me from going on about its simple summer dinner bliss. I have been fixating on the idea of this spaghetti for two delicious summers and I am... Read more »
  • chocolate ice cream sandwiches
    In 2006, mere weeks into launching this internet food blog presence, I shared a recipe for ice cream sandwich cookies that I’d made for a friend’s rooftop birthday party. Oversized, utterly delicious cookies plus a scoop of ice cream on a hot summer day, what could go wrong? Alas, several... Read more »
  • perfect, forever cornbread
    Here is my almost-summer wish for us: I think we should bring a pan of freshly-baked, thick, buttery, crisp on top, and plush with a flavor that absolutely reverberates with corn underneath, to your next park/picnic/potluck. It goes so well with summer salads and snacky things. And when cornbread is... Read more »
  • chickpea pan bagnat
    When I was in high school and we were finally allowed to go off-grounds for lunch, we often went to a local deli where my friends would get various sandwiches with turkey, salami, ham, or all of the above, plus, lettuce, tomato, onions, vinegar and oil and I, a vegetarian... Read more »

    Joy the Baker

  • Let It Be Sunday, 340!
    Hello dear friends!  Another fine Sunday! What good fortune. I hope this finds you well. I hope this finds you cozy  because here we are in the coziest season of the year.  Yes. It’s almost almost time to start thinking about sweaters and I am READY.  I’m ready for sweaters... Read more »
  • Lasagna Grilled Cheese Sandwich
    Let that thermometer drop a few three degrees and you’ll find me inside (with the air conditioning still on) in a sweater, with a cozy sandwich to match. Yes that is correct. The calendar reads fall and the forecast calls for Lasagna Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. It’s not often (read: never)... Read more »
  • Baking 101: My Top 5 Baking Tips For Fall
    I’ve got plans for you. My plans mostly involve you making an absolute mess of your kitchen with butter, flour, chopped pecans and chocolate chips. Are you ready for all the fall and winter baking I’m going to talk you into over the next three months?  If you’re not ready... Read more »
  • Let It Be Sunday, 339!
    Friends! Hello and happy Sunday! I’m back at The Bakehouse in New Orleans.  Will drove Tron and me back from Houston last Saturday. The drive was smooth, Tron settled in, I rested my eyes.  As we neared New Orleans, the trees along the freeway were roughly sheered in half. You... Read more »
  • Louisiana Crawfish Pie
    Each week this fall we’ll revisit a recipe from last year’s Joy the Baker Magazine with new tips, tricks and insights.  The latest issue of my holiday magazine will hit grocery store shelves nationwide (and in Canada!) November 1st!  This week, let’s make Louisiana Crawfish Pie which, since moving to the... Read more »
  • Browned Butter Oatmeal Apple Cookies
    Hi sweet friends.  The calendar flipped to September without me really being able to wrap my mind around it. Here we are;  Time waits for no one.  With the flip into September we spiritually have to set aside our watermelon wedges (noooo, not yet!) and reach for the apples and... Read more »
  • New Orleans Style BBQ Shrimp
    Each week this fall we’ll revisit a recipe from last year’s Joy the Baker Magazine with new tips, tricks and insights.  The latest issue of my holiday magazine will hit grocery store shelves nationwide (and in Canada!) November 1st!  This week, let’s make New Orleans Style BBQ Shrimp, which since moving... Read more »

    Sprouted Kitchen

    I really wanted to push this as a smash cake idea, but I must tell you that in retesting, it is quite delicate. It is DELICIOUS, but she is not a sturdy, easy to frost cake. I’ll give it to you straight in case you have dreams of a Pinterest-worthy... Read more »
  • Quinoa & Sweet Potato Salad w/ Turmeric Tahini Dressing
    It used to be easier to write here. I like imagining who I am writing to and I’ve lost some of that here. I thought Instagram was a more effective place to share, but that place changed for me, as well. So, I want to be back here like I... Read more »
    I love love Trader Joes Zhoug sauce and we use it often, but I’m trying to reduce our single use packaging, and this is way better anyway. I finally have notes down so we can make and gift it on our own. I have written about 3 dozen green sauce-ish... Read more »
    May is a big month for us. It is busy and exciting and expensive because there are a bundle of birthdays (around 10 between our two families!) and Mother’s Day and our school year will be ending and while it has felt like Spring for a while here, May sets... Read more »
    “I want you to come watch the movie with us ON the couch, not be in the kitchen!”I’ve been filling out this one-question-a-day journals for moms that I received for Christmas. It records a little thought or memory over the last year, and then starts again, so you can see... Read more »
    While more rich than our everyday fare, this year needs a Christmas breakfast to top all Christmas breakfasts. We will be making the cinnamon rolls from our Sprouted Kitchen Holidays ebook (gifting half because what better door drop is there). We have made cinnamon rolls the tradition, but everyone is... Read more »
    We made another ebook! Sprouted Kitchen Holidays is a collection of a handful of my favorite recipes from SK Cooking Club, plus a few more, and we made a beautiful online resource for your seasonal table. There are 25 recipes that feel good for celebrating, regardless that this year will... Read more »

    Love and Olive Oil

  • Sprinkle Party Blondies
    These blondies are ready to party, chock full of all the fun stuff: chocolate sandwich cookies, both white and dark chocolate chips, and a bevy of colorful rainbow sprinkles. The saying is true… blondes really do have more fun (when it comes to baked goods at least), and these sprinkle... Read more »
  • Bread & Butter Refrigerator Pickles
    Perfectly sweet and delightfully crisp, these quick bread & butter refrigerator pickles are leaps and bounds better than anything you can buy in the store, with the added benefit of being completely customizable to your personal tastes and preferences. Refrigerator pickles are undeniably the easiest kind of pickles no make,... Read more »
  • Espresso Crumb Coffee Cake
    Would you like some coffee with your coffee? This buzz-worthy coffee cake features a crunchy espresso crumb and a flavorful espresso glaze drizzled on top. I’ll take any excuse to eat cake for breakfast, and this espresso crumb coffee cake is a sure thing: with a moist sour-cream cake base... Read more »
  • Blackberry Lavender Lemon Bars
    Tart and sweet, fruity and floral, these blackberry lavender lemon bars are the perfect summery treat for lemon lovers everywhere! The classic lemon bar gets leveled up with ripe summer blackberries and a hint of lavender for a uniquely floral twist and gorgeous pink color. I’ve gotten into the habit... Read more »
  • Honey Vanilla Pots de Crème
    The soft floral notes of honey mingle with sultry vanilla bean in this show-stopping baked custard that’s deceivingly easy to prepare. Honey and vanilla make for a perfect combination in these perfectly petite, and perfectly adorable, pots de crème. The silky smooth texture is achieved by gently baking in a... Read more »

    My Baking Addiction

  • Apple Turnovers
    Apple Turnovers are easy to make with puff pastry and a flavorful apple filling. Bake them immediately or freeze them to bake whenever you get the craving for a warm, flaky apple breakfast or dessert! As soon as it’s fall, I typically go all in with loads of pumpkin desserts,... Read more »
  • Easy Apple Dumplings
    What happens when you combine sliced apples, crescent roll dough, and ginger beer? One of the easiest and best fall desserts! These Easy Apple Dumplings are quick to make and are always a crowd favorite. If you happened to catch my Classic Zucchini Bread recipe post, you may remember me... Read more »
  • Easy Chocolate Bundt Cake
    Craving a rich, decadent chocolate cake? This Easy Chocolate Bundt Cake is made by doctoring up a cake mix to turn it into an incredibly moist, perfect chocolate cake.  Do you have a recipe that is absolutely perfect for just about any occasion? Whether it be a birthday party, a... Read more »
  • Classic Zucchini Bread
    This Classic Zucchini Bread is a staple for the late summer and early fall! Packed with zucchini and chopped pecans, this easy quick bread is especially good with a bit of butter and a drizzle of honey. We started pulling out the fall decor bins from our storage area in... Read more »
  • Zucchini Cake
    Zucchini Cake is a picture-perfect bundt cake! This moist and flavorful cake is packed with pineapple, zucchini, coconut and topped with tangy cream cheese frosting for a cake that will be an absolute hit. It seems like every season I make a dessert recipe that moves straight to the top... Read more »
  • Zucchini Banana Bread
    If you love zucchini bread and banana bread, you’ll love this marriage of both! Zucchini Banana Bread is a twist on your favorite banana bread. Don’t forget the crunchy sugar topping! I’m starting to think that the only reason I purchase bananas these days is to make banana bread. No... Read more »
  • Orange Fruit Dip
    Orange Fruit Dip is sweet, tangy, and popping with the flavors of orange! This dip is perfect for pairing with your favorite fruits. Earlier this week, I actually went shopping inside our local grocery store instead of doing curbside pickup. I’ve definitely popped into the store here and there to... Read more »

    Sally's Baking Addiction

  • Dark Chocolate Pecan Cookies (with Brown Butter)
    Dark Chocolate Pecan Cookies (with Brown Butter) I have a new cookie recipe published today! These dark chocolate pecan cookies combine some of baking's most popular ingredients like brown sugar, nutty brown butter, cinnamon, dark chocolate, and pecans. Browning the butter is a quick extra step requiring the stove, but... Read more »
  • 40+ Kid-Friendly Baking Recipes
    40+ Kid-Friendly Baking Recipes Today's post comes highly requested. Baking is an exciting activity that everyone can enjoy, especially children. Not only is it quality time spent together, baking ignites creativity, teaches how to follow instructions, involves math & counting, and always brings smiles. I'm sharing 40+ recipes that are... Read more »
  • Apple Cinnamon Bread
    Apple Cinnamon Bread Today’s apple cinnamon bread went through endless recipe testing to reach quick bread perfection. (Read how it came to life in the post!) It's buttery moist and cake-like with plenty of apples dotted in each slice. Tossing the juicy apples in brown sugar and cinnamon before layering... Read more »
  • Soft Pretzel Knots (With Various Toppings)
    Soft Pretzel Knots (With Various Toppings) The September Sally's Baking Challenge recipe is here! Join us this month by making these chewy soft pretzel knots. They're like regular soft pretzels, but with more surface area for toppings like garlic parmesan, cinnamon sugar, and jalapeño cheddar. The dough requires just 6... Read more »
  • September Baking Challenge
    September Baking Challenge SEPTEMBER BAKING CHALLENGE RECIPE September 2021 Sally’s Baking Challenge Recipe: Soft Pretzel Knots If you aren’t into this recipe, here is the alternate baking challenge recipe: any previous challenge recipe you haven’t made yet OR Apple Cinnamon Spice Whoopie Pies END DATE & PRIZE By emailing your recipe... Read more »
  • Healthy Whole Wheat Banana Walnut Muffins
    Healthy Whole Wheat Banana Walnut Muffins These whole wheat banana walnut muffins are easy, wholesome, and satisfying. They're just as moist and flavorful as my classic banana muffins, but they're made with whole wheat flour, pure maple syrup, coconut oil, and whole oats. What I love most is that they... Read more »
  • Oatmeal Fig Bars
    Oatmeal Fig Bars These oatmeal fig bars are a homemade variation of store-bought fig bars. They're made with oats, whole wheat flour, maple syrup, coconut oil, cinnamon, nutmeg, dried figs, and a few basics. They're wholesome and satisfying and keep wonderfully for snacks and lunches all week long! The post... Read more »


  • My Grandmom’s Potato Chip Cookies Are Just As Quirky as She Was
    Good food is worth a thousand words—sometimes more. In My Family Recipe, a writer shares the story of a single dish that's meaningful to them and their loved ones. The first time my grandmother asked me to help her make a batch of potato chip cookies, I thought she was... Read more »
  • This Colorful Bedding Collab Gets My Teen’s Approval
    If ever there was a time for a teen bedroom refresh it would be now. The idea of the bedroom as an oasis was definitely put to the test during the pandemic and my son, a high school senior, has been more than ready to zhuzh up his room for... Read more »
  • 8 Leftover Turkey Pasta Recipes (Because We Can't Eat Another Sandwich)
    Picture this: It’s two days after Thanksgiving, and you’ve consumed more “Moist Maker” turkey sandwiches than any one person needs to eat. And yet, when you open the fridge, there’s still pounds upon pounds of cooked turkey leftovers staring back at you. We’ve all hit the wall of Thanksgiving leftovers:... Read more »
  • I Chopped 75 Pounds of Onions a Day—Here's How I Learned to Stop Crying
    For some people, working in a restaurant means the chance to put their hard-earned culinary degree to use. For me, it meant lots and lots of crying. After I graduated from a fancy liberal arts college and failed to get a salaried office job with a business casual dress code... Read more »
  • 10 Thanksgiving Decor Ideas for a Most-Inviting Porch
    Now that we’ve said our farewells to summer, the best season (this is not open for debate) is finally here, and we’re officially looking forward to Thanksgiving. The food- and family-centric holiday might be just under two months away but, trust us, it will sneak up on you if you... Read more »
  • Leftover Canned Pumpkin Is a Very Good Thing
    Long live this season’s favorite squash: pumpkin! As a baker and pie fanatic, I love keeping a few cans of pumpkin in my pantry at all times and stock up each year when it comes into season (and goes on sale at the grocery store!). It’s versatile, can skew sweet... Read more »
  • The Magical Shelf Organizer That Found Space Where There Was None
    For someone who lives in a household of just two, my husband and I have a surprisingly large amount of dinnerware. Most of the pieces are leftovers from our first apartment, some are “new home” purchases we decided to invest in, and others are generous gifts from family and friends.... Read more »

    Rosemarie's Kitchen

  • Ember Days and Lobster
    Today is National Lobster Day. Let’s talk about the gold standard of the seafood industry for a moment. When settlers first landed in America, lobsters were in such abundance that they actually washed up on shore in piles nearly two-feet high. They were thought of as the cockroaches of the... Read more »
  • Autumn Ember Days and Grilled Salmon
    Ember Days are among the most confusing of Catholic practices. Ember Days are by their very nature an extension of our agrarian roots. Yet most Catholics today are unfamiliar with the term Ember Days let alone how to observe them. The Church of old had set aside four times each... Read more »
  • Chicken Florentine Rigatoni
    Growing up, when my sisters and I were teenagers, Dad felt it was time to get us more involved in the family meal. For as long as I can remember, everyone helped. Helping was just a part of everyday family life. Helping lets children feel a sense of self-worth within... Read more »
  • Ember Days Wednesday and the Autumn Equinox
    Can you feel the changes in the air? Today is the Autumn Equinox, the first day of fall in the northern hemisphere. For us, summer is officially over. While some celebrate the Autumn Equinox all day, an Equinox is not a day-long event. An equinox occurs at the precise moment... Read more »
  • Welcome to New York State Day
    New York played a pivotal role during the American Revolution and subsequent war. The Stamp Act of 1765 brought together representatives from across the Thirteen Colonies to form a unified response to British policies. The Sons of Liberty were active in New York City to challenge British authority. After declaring independence, the colonies created the Articles... Read more »
  • Fried Rice Day and Fond Memories
    Today is National Fried Rice Day. It’s a day the resonates so well with me. As many of you know, I come from a mixed marriage. Dad is an Okie with Irish-Cherokee roots. Mom was a Filipino by way of Spain with a splash of Chinese for good measure. Dad... Read more »
  • Grilled Chicken and Wives
    Today is the 3rd Sunday of September. While Sundays are traditionally reserved for families as a whole (at least back in the day), today is extra special. It’s Wife Appreciation Day. Marriage is a series of checks and balances. Every day married couples do things for one another. At times... Read more »

    Jessica Gavin

  • Apple Crisp
    Apple Crisp This season, channel your inner pastry chef and bake up a delicious apple crisp with buttery oat topping. For maximum flavor, saute the apples first to ensure each piece is tender and caramelized before hitting the oven. The moment a piping hot apple crisp comes out of the... Read more »
  • Pasta Carbonara
    Pasta Carbonara This pasta carbonara uses simple ingredients but delivers restaurant-quality results with a combination of cooking techniques. Get ready to enjoy classic Italian comfort food made right at home. This carbonara recipe is inspired by an unforgettable culinary experience I had while traveling to Rome. I’m a big fan... Read more »
  • How to Make Crostini
    How to Make Crostini Crostini is a quick and easy appetizer with thin baguette slices lightly toasted until golden brown and crispy. Customize this fancy handheld snack to your liking with various toppings. Transform a crusty loaf of bread into a tasty appetizer. This easy crostini recipe uses toasted baguette... Read more »
  • What is MSG?
    What is MSG? Learn about MSG (monosodium glutamate), a widely used savory flavor-enhancing ingredient. What it is, the stigmas around it, and how to use it in cooking and food products. Boil a pot of water, rip open a bag of noodles, and sprinkle in the seasoning packet. A piping... Read more »
  • Chicken Marsala
    Chicken Marsala Chicken Marsala is a flavorful Italian entree with sauteed mushrooms and lean white meat simmered in a creamy wine sauce. Cook up a restaurant-quality dish your whole family will enjoy! Chicken marsala sounds fancy, but it’s a quick and easy meal to make on the stovetop. This recipe... Read more »

    Carlsbad Cravings

  • Drunken Noodles (Pad Kee Mao)
    Drunken Noodles (Pad kee mao ผัดขี้เมา) is a Thai noodle stir fry made with your choice of protein and veggies bathed in the most irresistible Thai basil sauce that’s surprisingly quick and easy to make at home! (despite the name, there is no alcohol in the recipe 😉.) Thai Drunken Noodles... Read more »
  • Caesar Salad
    The best Caesar Salad recipe AKA the ultimate, easy side to practically everything! Everyone needs the BEST Caesar Salad recipe and this is it!  It’s an easy, everyday dinner staple everyone LOVES and is also guaranteed to impress dinner guests. This Caesar Salad is a hypnotic balance of fresh, crisp... Read more »
  • Caesar Dressing
    The best Caesar Dressing recipe that’s quick and easy – no blender or processor required! This homemade Caesar Dressing recipe is a creamy, bright, tangy, garlicky, umami explosion of YUM. It will blow any store-bought version out of the water and elevates and enlivens everything it touches from Caesar salad... Read more »
  • Kalua Pork
    Succulent, juicy, melt-in-your-mouth tender Kalua Pork (Kalua Pig) is the famous luau style pork that’s big on flavor but low on effort! It’s easy to make at home in the slow cooker, pressure cooker or oven! This Kalua Pork is ridiculously juicy, tender, smoky and salty but SO simple to... Read more »
  • Pasta Puttanesca
    Pasta Puttanesca (or Spaghetti alla Puttanesca) is a salty, spicy, spunky, easy, one-pot pasta dish made with pantry staples in less than 30 minutes! Pasta Puttanesca (Spaghetti alla Puttanesca) is a punchy, zesty, umami-rich classic Southern Italian pasta your whole family will love!  It’s the ultimate emergency pantry meal made... Read more »
  • Honey Garlic Chicken Stir Fry
    Honey Garlic Chicken will be a weekly repeat!  It’s on your table in 30 minutes made with pantry ingredients and whatever veggies you have on hand! This Honey Garlic Chicken Stir Fry is a quick, one-skillet dinner that always hits the spot. It takes less time to make than running... Read more »
  • Beef Birria and Birria Tacos
    beef BIRRIA (Birria de Res) made into birria TACOS and quesa Birria with STEP-BY-STEP PHOTOS and video! AKA Crispy, pan-fried tacos piled with shredded Beef and oozing cheese dunked in rich, flavorful consomé. This Beef Birria and Birria Taco recipe will blow your mind. It’s an explosion of earthy, smoky,... Read more »

    Garden in the Kitchen

  • Instant Pot Mushroom Wild Rice Soup
    This Instant Pot Mushroom Wild Rice Soup is naturally gluten free and loaded with nutrients. Every bite of the earthy wild rice and mushrooms is sure to be a hit, especially on cold winter days! A cold, blustery day calls for a meal that is so warm and comforting, it’ll... Read more »
  • Creamy Keto Tuscan Salmon Skillet
    This filling, comforting, and dairy free Creamy Keto Tuscan Salmon Skillet is the perfect weeknight meal. Made in just one pan, the rich Mediterranean flavors and simple keto-friendly ingredients are sure to please everyone at the dinner table. Disclosure: this recipe has been created in partnership with Awaken180° Weightloss and it is... Read more »
  • Balsamic Roasted Beets
    Easy Balsamic Roasted Beets made with a couple of ingredients. Delicious on its own or as an add on to salads, soups or as a healthy side to a fish or steak dinner. Top with your favorite plant based yogurt and fresh dill for extra flavor! When it comes to... Read more »
  • Grain-Free Granola
    This 100% Grain Free Granola is a sweet and hearty snack made from a healthy mix of nuts, seeds, and berries. Perfect to serve to gluten free friends and family, this oatless granola adds the perfect crunch to parfaits, smoothie bowls, and trail mixes.  I like to think of this... Read more »
  • Roasted Vegetable Pasta
    This easy Roasted Vegetable Pasta screams summer! Tender roasted tomatoes, garlic, and zucchini are mixed with gluten free pasta to create a juicy, saucy, and herbaceous weeknight dinner. This gluten free and vegan Roasted Vegetable Pasta bake is the perfect late-summer dinner to serve to all of your family and... Read more »
  • Low Carb Keto Beef Stew
    This easy Low Carb Keto Beef Stew recipe is loaded with veggies, gut-friendly and gluten-free, a warming meal that is perfect for the cold weather! Disclosure: this recipe has been created in partnership with Awaken180° Weightloss and it is compliant with the program rules and recommendations. For more information please visit Awaken180° Weightloss. It’s... Read more »
  • Healthy Banana Oat Muffins
    Nutritious, delicious, and sweet, these Healthy Banana Oat Muffins are made from simple ingredients and are free of most allergens. They’re an irresistible and family-friendly snack or breakfast! These Healthy Banana Oat Muffins are so easy to fall in love with. Every bite is incredibly moist and sweet, you’d never... Read more »
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