{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”

{Nourish} Cool Weather Cobbler

Cool Weather Cobbler with Cranberries and Ginger @KatieCavutoRDAs far as I am concerned, every season deserves a cobbler or crumble of sorts. While I tend not to have much of a sweet tooth (pass the potato chips, please), I love fruit and roasted fruit may just top the list of my favorite desserts–they simply feel more savory to me. This cool weather cobbler is packed with fall flavors including savory spices like ginger and cinnamon. Apple and pears cozy up together with antioxidant rich, immune boosting cherries and cranberries for a colorful, sweet and tart, treat that is really satisfying. The crumble is bolstered by the richness of almonds and pumpkin seeds which add texture, satiating healthy fats and an added boost of nutrient density. A touch of maple syrup is all you need to accent this naturally sweet dessert that is honestly so good for you I would eat it for breakfast too! Bonus, you can swap the fruit depending on the season. Peaches, rhubarb, berries–they would all work beautifully in this recipe! Continue reading “{Nourish} Cool Weather Cobbler”