When I first began baking gluten-free, I made the same choice that most of us make. I reached for the white gluten-free flours, trying to replicate the texture of that old familiar flour. After a few years of making baked goods that mimicked those bleached white goodies, I realized something: white
Today was one of those days where I worked nonstop and didn’t even stop to think about what I was making for dinner. 6 o’clock came quick and it was scramble time to figure out what to put on the table for the hungry troops. Pizza was up first, but I didn’t have time to make my quick doug
I decided that the husband and I would be having these amazingly easy and delicious grilled paninis for dinner. I had just picked up a bunch of Mediterranean ingredients: creamy feta, red onion, red peppers, tomatoes, olives inspired by the weather outside, and I thought it would be perfect to thr
Arugula is a powerful green with a peppery bite, which is why I often find its flavor hard to enjoy alone in a salad. However, adding a few other add-ins to soften its kick changes the flavor completely.
A fresh and easy cucumber salad recipe with a simple, sweet and tangy dressing made with cider vinegar, a little sugar and Dijon-style mustard. This is a very simple salad — only 15 minutes hands-on time.
I composed this burrito bowl in my head on the drive home, somewhere between my stop at Ikea (first time!) and Iowa. I was feeling a little off balance after all the eating, drinking and shopping. I wanted a hearty meal with greens, one that would keep well so I could eat leftovers for a few days as
I’ve been experimenting and experimenting all week long, trying to find you the coolest and yummiest foods that are budget friendly, healthy, and easy to make. This week’s recipe gets checkmarks for all of those! Crepes. Healthy crepes!
When planning out this pancake recipe we knew we wanted to do our best to keep the ingredient list short and easy. We also wanted the pancakes to be easy to work with and easy to flip. And hold together!
Buckwheat, a gluten-free relative of rhubarb, has a delicate, almost nutty flavor all its own. Thanks to the buckwheat flour, these pancakes possess a light and airy consistency that quietly surrenders to the pressure of a fork and soaks up maple syrup like a sponge
From breakfast to dessert, it's no secret we're fans of making our food healthier. Here are our favorite baking substitutions to help cut back on some of that unnecessary sugar and fat to make healthy, hearty, and delicious baked goods.
old you guys that we were working on an egg-free version of our favorite plantain bread recipe. As we got to thinking about what to do… socca came to our mind.
Wouldn't it be wonderful to have a team of people in the same boat as you telling you about their journey and giving you tips and love for stuff you already know you should be doing?
This Hot Tuscan Chicken Salad got lost in the move from my old site to this one, but thanks to a friend, it is again found! I have added the nutritional information. To save carbohydrates and calories, use 3/4 cup ramekins (or a big casserole dish) and divide out servings that way. I’m a cheap
My #1 tip for staying healthy while traveling… Hostel it. It has to be said before you start thinking I’m crazy for making the suggestion – there are actually some really great hostels out there. Clean kitchens, great beds, awesome people, and many of them are family friendly, too. You’ll
I used to journal all the time. It helped me process. Especially in high school when boyfriend problems were a huge deal, you hated your mother, and who gets to ask who to the winter formal dance was high drama. A girl's got to get through those hard times. Journaling made thoughts and feelings seem
I’m still having a love affair with my Vitamix. Good lord someone save me! I have also been having a love affair with asparagus. It’s my favorite vegetable and was on sale last week, score! I only paid $1.49 a pound! I cannot resist a good sale so I picked up 5 pounds. Maybe a little overkill bu