{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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{Nourish} 3 Super Simple Ways to Cook Salmon + A No Flip Grill Tip

I used to avoid cooking fish at home. I was scared I would mess it up, stink up the house or both. So imagine my surprise when I gave it a try and realized that it’s quite easy and it takes very little time. Here are three ways to cook salmon that are foolproof and truly delicious including a no flip grilling tip so half the fish doesn’t end up falling between the grates!

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{Nourish} Socca with Poached Eggs, Roasted Tomatoes, and Fresh Basil

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If you’re a lover of brunch, then you are going to love this Socca with Poached Eggs, Roasted Tomatoes and Fresh Basil from my cookbook, Whole Cooking and Nutrition. It’s an easy yet fancy upgrade to your everyday “dippy” egg, as we like to call it in my house. Freshly roasted tomatoes, savory and smoky Socca (a flatbread made from chickpea flour) and bright basil play beautifully with delicate poached eggs. The best part? Many components of this dish can be prepped ahead of time (see meal prep tips below) which will leave your workload as light as preparing the poached eggs!  Continue reading “{Nourish} Socca with Poached Eggs, Roasted Tomatoes, and Fresh Basil”

{Nourish} Sorghum with Lemon Tahini Dressing

Sorghum Lemon Tahini Dressing Salad @KatieCavutoRD

Sorghum may be a new-to-you ingredient so I used familiar flavors to create this bright and seasonal grain salad. A whole grain that is naturally gluten-free, sorghum is nutty, hearty and delicious. Tossed with a simple dressing and flavorful spring greens, this make-ahead Sorghum Salad with Lemon and Tahini would be the perfect accompaniment to most any meal like your Mother’s Day brunch this weekend!  Continue reading “{Nourish} Sorghum with Lemon Tahini Dressing”