Jam on it! No, really.. if you are a jam lover, this is the fall recipe for you. In this video I show you how to make a delicious onion and fig quick jam, or refrigerator jam. That means no canning skills are needed! It’s a great holiday condiment or perfect right out of the … Continued
In this recipe I show you how to make a quick and fresh appetizer out of figs. It’s a whipped ricotta with honey, stuffed inside tasty figs and topped off with crushed pistachio. Delicious, easy, and indulgent.
Oh health, yeah! This salad recipe is delicious and healthy and so easy to make. Dried cranberries, candied pecans, goat cheese and fresh figs make it so Californian it has to wear shades.
You can tell carbs to eff off and still eat tasty things, like this delicious lasagna made from zucchini rolls. It’s low on carbs but big on flavor! If you love pasta, zukes, and spinach, you are in the right spot.
Whether you are craving breakfast or a healthy dessert, look no further than this yummy yogurt bowl. Raspberries and figs swirled with pomegranate molasses and topped off with honey. Oh health, yah!
I love Mexican food! This recipe is inspired by those pickled peppers and carrots, and the other fresh ingredients, you get at a taqueria. It’s a simple refrigerator pickle that anyone can do.
Boo! If that didn’t scare you, this Halloween appetizer sure will! These deviled eggs have a creepy-crawly on top, a spider made from black olives. It’s the perfect holiday appetizer.
Start celebrating Halloween with this festive and healthy breakfast. This candy corn inspired yogurt parfait is bursting with pineapple, citrus, and vanilla yogurt. A healthy start before all that trick or treating.
I love shrubs and this homemade margarita popsicle is no exception. In this recipe I show you how to make a citrus packed popsicle with muddled parsley, tequila, and fresh lemon and lime. These boozy pops are both refreshing, festive, and a little fun.
Watermelon lovers who also love their dranks, you are in the right spot! This cocktail is inspired by the famous Pamola, but I use a shrub instead of grapefruit to bring the tang. The hint of jalapeno and fresh lime keeps it fresh and tasty.