I imagine you’re soon going to have a lot of hearty, comforting foods on hand like mashed potatoes and stuffing and lots and lots of pie! With Thanksgiving around the corner, I thought I’d share with you a recipe that is light and full of veggies – the opposite of what you’ll be eating next week. Despite how fresh these Tofu Veggie Buddha Bowls are, they’re also
This is Nacho Momma’s Roasted Vegetables! No really, that’s the name of this recipe. But remember back in the day when we’d roast (or boil) broccoli and then cover it in Velveeta cheese? Well, this is an updated, healthier take on that with many more flavors included thanks to
Ah, the salad. It’s kind of a strange dish, if you really think about it. And I have thought about it. Salads can be lettuce-based, pasta-based, potato-based. It’s like saying anything can be a sandwich if it uses bread – so does that make pizza a sandwich? I mean, really, what differentiates a salad from a medley of vegetables? After a lot of contemplation
These Turkey & Tahini Stuffed Sweet Potatoes are a quick and easy gluten-free meal that you can have for lunch or dinner. Plus, they’re Paleo-friendly.
These Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Muffins are tasty, moist, and can be made dairy free, if desired. Serve these for brunch or dessert!
Each ingredient in this Sweet Potato, Butternut & Avocado Bowl lends to improved digestive health. The virgin coconut oil is packed with lauric acid, which is anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-fungal and provides excellent support to help boost immunity and improve gut health. The sweet potato and squash contain prebiotics that are essential for gut health, and is full of anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties. Avocado is a super-food packed with fiber and essential nutrients, such as potassium, which helps promote healthy digestive function. The rest of the ingredients are also beneficial for digestive health as well.