Mini Frittatas

Here’s an easy make-ahead recipe you’ll be using often. Mini Frittatas make a great breakfast, lunch, or protein filled snack before or after workouts or kids practices. They are versatile and what’s great is you can make a variety all in one batch. Get out your muffin tins, some parchment liners and let’s get whisking…

Thai Noodle Salad

I had an Asian Noodle Salad at the tail end of summer and it was delicious. I’ve been thinking of reproducing something similar since then.  I would have liked more spice. So being inspired by the flavors in the version I ate, I searching my pantry and spices.  I kept coming back to wanting a…

Veggie Tacos

This recipe has been in my arsenal for at least 8 years. I started making it after my daughter was born, and have passed it along to many friends and clients. You can add a little sour cream or a little cheese of your choice, but it’s a vegan recipe that is perfect as written….

Red Lentil Pasta

I have been experimenting this fall and winter with alternative protein pastas. I love chickpea pasta. Banza is my go to brand. It’s in a bright orange box if you are looking to try it. The penne and elbow shapes work best with sauces and pestos. I wanted to try red lentil pasta next. Fortunately…

Roasted Corn and Green Chili Chowder

I recently saw a recipe for a corn and green chili soup. It was intended to be vegan and finished with a cashew cream. The more recipes I looked at I got several ideas to make this soup appealing to many. First I wanted to use Roasted Corn. Here’s the main recipe and a few…

Roasted Acorn Squash & Red Kale Salad

What a show stopping salad. I have been roasting vegetables all fall and now that we are officially into winter, the roasting continues. Acorn squash looks so pretty when it’s cut this way and you can even eat the peel. I use a simple method of just dusting the pieces with a little coconut sugar…