Overhead view of Plant-Based Tortilla & Jackfruit BBQ Casserole in a white bowl on light wood background

Plant-Based Tortilla & Jackfruit BBQ Casserole

This Plant-Based Tortilla & Jackfruit BBQ Casserole is essentially loaded nachos, but I like to call it a casserole because it just feels more like a meal than just nachos. It’s wholesome and filling, and I think that begs for the name “casserole” – don’t you? This is a great way to get

Chili Corn Pudding in a white square casserole dish with a gold serving spoon

Hatch Chili Corn Pudding

Creamy side dishes are highly coveted in many households around the holidays. They’re the epitome of comfort food on the coziest of holidays, don’t you agree? From creamy mashed potatoes to creamy green bean casserole and everything in between, creamy and/or cheesy are the name of the game when it comes to fabulous

Jalapeño Creamed Corn on a white bowl with two gold spoons next to it

Jalapeño Creamed Corn

This Jalapeño Creamed Corn is so simple thanks to the use of a slow cooker, and it’s a fun new side dish to serve at a holiday dinner!

Closeup of Stuffed Poblano Peppers on a white serving platter

Plant-Based Stuffed Poblano Peppers

Peppers are always fun to cook with. If you like spicy foods, there are peppers for you. If you don’t like spicy foods, there are peppers for you, too! Poblano peppers are one of my favorites because they have a good amount of flavor and they aren’t spicy, so they’re good to serve to guests when you don’t know their preference or tolerance for

Closeup of Watermelon Peach Cobb Salad in a wooden bowl

Cobbed Corn Arugula Salad with Watermelon & Roasted Peaches

Watermelon and roasted peaches shine in this Cobbed Corn Arugula Salad with Watermelon & Roasted Peaches recipe. I cut the watermelon into pretty flower shapes using a cookie cutter, which adds a nice bit of summer flair!

Gluten Free Enchilada Skillet in the pan

Gluten-Free Enchilada Skillet Rice

Quick, fast, and in a hurry! That’s the name of the game with this Enchilada Skillet Rice recipe. Cook the rice while you chop your veggies, open the cans of beans and enchilada sauce, and measure your ingredients. Once the rice is done, you’ll have