{Nourish} Healthy Cooking Video: Vanilla Spiced Buckwheat Porridge with Strawberries

Sponsored Post: What’s better than a warm breakfast on a chilly morning? A simple, wholesome breakfast cereal that is as easy as oatmeal but much more interesting! Say hello to my new favorite breakfast, Vanilla Spiced Buckwheat Porridge with Strawberries and Pumpkin Seeds. Quick and easy enough to cook to order yet hearty enough to make-ahead, this naturally gluten-free and minimally sweetened porridge is packed with flavor and nourishment. It’s creamy, nutty and warming with a neutral foundation so you can have your way with it, adding in any flavor you fancy. Created in partnership with California Strawberries, this is a breakfast recipe the whole family will enjoy! Continue reading “{Nourish} Healthy Cooking Video: Vanilla Spiced Buckwheat Porridge with Strawberries”

{Nourish} What to Cook for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is my favorite food holiday but that doesn’t mean I want to spend days in the kitchen! Lucky for me (and you) I created a menu that’s nourishing, delicious and  EASY. This is your Thanksgiving cheat sheet. A snapshot from my turkey day meal last year, these gluten-free, dairy-free recipes include many make-ahead items as well as creative spins on classics.  From salads to flavorful sides, these dishes are sure to please any crowd. Have a Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Continue reading “{Nourish} What to Cook for Thanksgiving”

{Nourish} Egg Scramble with Kale and White Beans

My breakfast of late has been a bowlful of pre-made grains like quinoa or buckwheat that I heat with almond milk, ground flax and spices. Come the weekend though, I am craving something a bit more hearty and this Egg Scramble with Kale and White Beans has done the trick. It was inspired by a reader when I asked for recipe suggestions for the site and, it’s a keeper. Made with only a few simple ingredients you’re likely to have on hand, this quick and easy saute is naturally gluten-free and dairy free (optional), plus it boasts many familiar flavors with an option to get creative if you see fit.    Continue reading “{Nourish} Egg Scramble with Kale and White Beans”

{Nourish} Mix and Match Morning Muffins

Mix and Match Morning MuffinsMornings are hectic in our house and I know I am not alone. The start of the school year has shaved an hour off our morning routine and let me tell you, I am feeling it. The thing that has suffered the most? Breakfast. My solution? Single serve cakes for everyone. And, while these taste utterly decadent and delicious you’ll be happy to know they are equally as nourishing and satisfying. These mix and match morning muffins have kept me semi-sane. Healthy, hearty and super yummy, they are easy to make and easy to customize to please your crowd. Plus, they are naturally gluten free, grain free and low in sugar. And, we LOVE them. You will too! Continue reading “{Nourish} Mix and Match Morning Muffins”

{Nourish} Stop Buying Salad Dressings and Make Your Own, Here’s Why

Why You Should Make Your Own Salad Dressings Plus DIY RecipesEvery week I refill a mason jar with extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, herbs and spices, and then give it a shake. It takes no time at all and the taste, it’s magic. Even better, my salad dressing making routine has saved me from the frequent temper tantrums I used to have in front of the salad dressing aisle at the grocery store. Why? The vast majority of the dressings available at the store are crap and this includes the refrigerated varieties and the innocent-sounding, organic vinaigrette. CRAP. Continue reading “{Nourish} Stop Buying Salad Dressings and Make Your Own, Here’s Why”

{Nourish} Turbot with Roasted Grapes + Tips for Buying Fish

Turbot with Roasted GrapesDinner in 15 minutes? It can be done and I would know because it has become a personal goal to see how quickly I can get a nourishing meal on the table. And while I am sure many of you have banned your oven for the summer, this quick and simple fish recipe is reason enough to turn it on. You don’t even have to pre-heat because you simply broil the fish for 10 minutes and dinner is ready. Did I mention we are roasting grapes? Fancy right? And simple. Plus, it all goes into the pan at once so there is little to no clean up when you finish eating.

 

 

 

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