{Nourish} Orange Miso Honey Chicken with Garlicky Greens

Orange Miso Honey Chicken | Savory umami flavors with citrus and a touch of sweet for the perfect weeknight meal

My mission for the last week has been to help you revamp your weeknight chicken recipes and I’m capping it off with this easy, healthy Orange Miso Honey Chicken with Garlicky Greens. Don’t get overwhelmed by the idea of miso! It’s available at most grocers and other than this possibly new-to-you ingredient, the glaze is really simple to whip up with pantry staples you already have in your house. With only a few ingredients and about 10 minutes of hands-on cooking time, this beauty can be on your dinner table. My kinda meal! Orange and honey balance out the nutty, savory miso creating a ton of flavor the whole family will love. Continue reading “{Nourish} Orange Miso Honey Chicken with Garlicky Greens”

{Nourish} Mix and Match Simple, Healthy One-Pan Chicken Dinners

one pan chicken dinner, healthy chicken recipe, paleo chicken recipe, gluten free chicken recipe, easy chicken recipeA One Pan, No-Fuss, Healthy Dinner? Yes, Please! If I am going to make dinner, it needs to be fast and it needs to be simple like the Lemon and Za’atar Roasted Chicken I posted last week. Lucky us, that healthy chicken recipe can easily become a one-pan dinner; as in you cook all of the ingredients in the oven, on one pan! While I love to cook, like many of you, I don’t have hours to spend in the kitchen each night (like many of you!). That is why I am obsessed with one-pan recipes. Even better, all of the healthy recipe ideas in this post are naturally gluten-free and dairy-free to boot. Easy, healthy and delicious. What more could a girl want? Continue reading “{Nourish} Mix and Match Simple, Healthy One-Pan Chicken Dinners”

{Nourish} Parsnip and Pear Soup with Dukkah

Parsnip + Pear Soup with Dukkah | healthy soup recipe, simple soup recipe, parsnip soup I picked up some parsnips on a recent farmers market run though I admittedly didn’t plan how to use them. Sure I could roast them up with my weekly batch of root vegetables but I knew they deserved more. After a week of taunting me from the crisper, I remembered a healthy soup recipe I recently created for a magazine and that was all the inspiration I needed. I often forget how versatile and flavorful soups can be. And they are easy to make. Bonus. I know you are going to love this Parsnip and Pear Soup with Dukkah. No, dukkah? No problem. This soup is equally as delicious on it’s own! It’s a simple, healthy recipe you can create any night of the week though the flavors are unique and delicious. Continue reading “{Nourish} Parsnip and Pear Soup with Dukkah”

{Thrive} 5 Ways to Eat Less Processed Food + Meal Prep Tips

5 Ways to Eat Less Processed Food, Clean Eating, Whole Foods, Meal Prep, Meal PlanningIt’s unrealistic to completely avoid processed food. Remember, perfection doesn’t exist. With that being said we can definitely cut back on our processed food intake – this is another positive intention you can set for the New Year.  Whole foods tend to be more nutrient dense and nourishing than their processed counterparts. Plus, whole foods lack the added sugar, salt, additives, preservatives and more that tend to be lurking in processed foods. Are you ready to make the switch? Here are some tips to help your eat more whole foods and to decrease the number of processed foods in your shopping cart, pantry and on your plate. Continue reading “{Thrive} 5 Ways to Eat Less Processed Food + Meal Prep Tips”

{Nourish} Citrus Arugula Salad with Roasted Delicata, Pistachios, Grapes and Pomegranate

Citrus Arugula Salad With Roasted Delicata Squash, Pistachios, Grapes and PomegranatesOkay, I am obsessed with this Arugula Salad with Roasted Delicata, Pistachios, Grapes and Pomegranates. It is my go-to salad for entertaining and isn’t it beautiful? It’s a hearty, filling salad that is piled high with in-season goodies like Roasted Delicata Squash, Pistachios, Grapes and Pomegranate and while it looks all fancy and complicated I revel is the fact that it’s actual quite simple to create – but you knew it would be because I don’t do complicated. Are you ready to be the hero of the holiday table? Make this Arugula Salad with Roasted Delicata, Pistachios, Grapes and Pomegranates your friends and family will thank you. Continue reading “{Nourish} Citrus Arugula Salad with Roasted Delicata, Pistachios, Grapes and Pomegranate”

{Nourish} Sweet Potato, Winter Squash and Cranberry Crumble

Sweet Potato, Winter Squash and Cranberry Crumble by @KatieCavutoRDThis Sweet Potato, Winter Squash and Cranberry Crumble made it’s debut on my Thanksgiving table and I have to say, I am pretty psyched about it. I have always been a fan of the crumble but I never considered a savory version like this and I’m hooked. Sweet potatoes and butternut squash pair perfectly with tart, fresh cranberries to create the foundation of this savory Sweet Potato, Winter Squash and Cranberry Crumble that is going to be a go-to dish over the next few months. Oats, almonds, spices and maple combine to make a slightly sweet and perfectly crunchy foil to the savory veggies. Oh, this recipe is also gluten-free and dairy-free and it will feed (and please) a crowd! Continue reading “{Nourish} Sweet Potato, Winter Squash and Cranberry Crumble”