Roasting the veggie before they go on the pizza is what makes Borrowed Light's Homemade Roasted Vegetable Pizza so, so good. They get to caramelize and crisp up twice, so you know they'll be extra delicious.
The great thing about simple syrup is you can flavor it with almost anything, like lavender. I recommend this syrup for ice teas, ice cream and lemonade but experiment with it. I am sure there are many ways to enjoy it.
Mac n’ cheese is somewhat of a guilty pleasure, no? Like, it almost feels wrong to eat it once you no longer live in the college dormitory; I said almost! Well, gnocchi makes the dish feel a bit more “grown up” if you will.
Cool off with this delicious iced drink recipe. A yummy chocolate rooibos tea-based latte made with homemade cocoa syrup, and all vegan.
Fight food waste and eat more tasty things with these candied grapefruit peels. Perfect as dessert or in your homemade granola, candied citrus peels are simple and easy to make.
Corn dogs get a healthy twist (and some beer) with this whole-food based recipe using veggies like carrots and broccoli. One way to sneak more veggies into your kid’s diet!
Confession, I use these for everything. These roasted tomatoes are what I use for my homemade marinara and they are also great on grilled cheese sandwiches. They are so rich in flavor that you’ll be surprised at how easy they are to make.
What is it about pomegranates. Tasty, beautiful and super healthy. They’re kinda the perfect fruit. That said, they can be pretty pricy so knowing how to seed them is key. You do not want to waste those precious arils.
This slider recipe is not only vegan, it’s gluten-free using tomatoes instead of buns for some yummy burgers. Finish them with salt, and these things are quite a treat!
With it’s recent popularity, you’d think that kale is something Lady Gaga invented. Hardly. This tasty and healthy green has been around for quite some time.
Fennel is not only tasty but high in Vitamin C and fiber. The plant’s bulb can be used in a variety of ways. It is perfect caramelized, on pizza, in a soup, over a salad or braised. Once you learn how to cut it properly, you will be adding fennel to everything!
Who says eating green has to be bad for you? Keep St. Patrick’s Day healthy with these easy eat and drink recipes.
I always prefer a fresh fruit smoothie over the frozen fruit kind. This persimmon smoothie is no exception. With coconut milk, orange juice and ripe persimmon, this drink is earthy and sweet, spicy and just slightly tart. Oh, and it is vegan!
I am always looking for fun and exciting ways to add heat to a meal. I put it in my sangrias, popsicles and pretty much everywhere. Well, sometimes I just want to go straight to the source.
Mango lemonade with a kick in the pants from some reposado tequila. Fresh, crisp and kinda damn tasty, this Boozy Mango Lemonade is the perfect summer cocktail,.
Stuffing is probably my favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner. Well, that and mashed potatoes. Oh, and pumpkin pie! Whatever… you get my drift. Well, here is a fun twist on traditional stuffing. This recipe not only adds some flare to the classic Thanksgiving side, they make it easy to eat ‘em on the go.
This Buttery Garlic Mashed Potato recipe is perfect on it’s own or as used in my Mashed Potato Threeway recipe. Either way, you will love them!