I love the simplicity and versatility of a frittata; it’s a complete meal that can be made in under 15 minutes and can be eaten for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. And leftovers are delicious any time of day.
• 6 organic, pastured eggs
Everyone is hearing the buzz about the benefits of Omega-3s and one of the best sources for the good stuff is Salmon.
Sure, you can leave it plain and bake it, but why not make it saucy and exciting? This is one of my favorite recipes because it’s literally bursting with flavor, it’s salty and a little sweet (always a winning combo!) plus has great immunity boosting ingredients like garlic and ginger. That little kick of red pepper flakes will get your metabolism all revved up.
Healthy deliciousness has been served!
If you’re like me, sometime you just have a deep unbridled craving for some creamy, dreamy fudge. The thing is, most fudge is basically and a dairy and sugar bomb that won’t leave you feeling so hot. The other problem with fudge? It takes FOREVER to make.
Enter: my Chocolate Peanut Butter Freezer fudge made from seriously good-for-you ingredients. Your body uses the coconut oil as energy and is actually considered a great metabolism booster. Peanuts are cacao are both super high in antioxidants. And the natural sugar won’t spike your blood sugar like processed white sugar.
I know. Too good to be true, right?
Do something good for your body and make a batch of this freezer fudge ASAP. Experiment with some of the flavor profiles and let us know what you think in the comments below!
Making a Gluten Free Dirt Cake is really fun and always a huge crowd pleaser, especially with little kids. This recipe is inspired by my daughter Stella who doesn’t like to get her hands dirty unless there’s chocolate and gummy worms involved and this recipe definitely delivers! (more…) read more →
Like yummy health in a bowl! Make a big batch of this bad boy then freeze porportions for perfect weeknight dinners all throughout the winter. The carrots are wonderfully sweet yet grounding, and the ginger adds some nice warming heat and powerful immunity properties. A cozy bowl of this bright soup warms up even the coldest winter nights. (more…) read more →