This tofu satay is packed with flavor and plant-protein. It’s a healthier alternative to the more traditional satays. It can be used as a main or appetizer.
When you eat a salad you’re probably thinking that you’re eating healthy, but could the dressing be ruining it for you!
There’s an old tradition in the south that if you eat black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day it will bring you good luck for that year. After 2020, I think we could all use some good luck for 2021!
It can seem overwhelming keeping our kids healthy, especially during cold and flu season, but it doesn’t have to be! Here’s a few simple ways to keep kids healthy.
Thanksgiving can be a lot of work with cooking, baking, cleaning, washing dishes! These Pumpkin Pie Bites are quick and easy and they make a yummy healthy dessert or snack.
Dairy-free Mac and cheese that’s actually good for you!! This one is made with healthy ingredients like cashews for the creaminess and nutritional yeast for the “cheesy’ flavor.
This oil-free cornbread is made with simple ingredients and so much healthier than most cornbreads out there! It’s super easy to make it from scratch and goes with so many different meals to add a comforting side.
Loaded Potato Soup is thick, creamy and so comforting! It’s oil-free, dairy-free, gluten-free and loaded with good nutrients. It honestly tastes like a baked potato with all your favorite toppings, but in soup form!
Who doesn’t love a Pumpkin Spice Latte?! This one is made with just 5 real ingredients and naturally sweetened!
This Pumpkin Spice Mix is a healthy way to add the pumpkin flavor to all your favorite holiday dishes! Only 4 ingredients needed and takes less than 2 minutes to make. It’s also cheaper than most store-bought pumpkin spice!
This is a healthy spin on the classic pasta salad dish. It’s packed with flavorful vegetables, pasta and a light red wine vinegar herbed dressing.
It’s reported 41 % of households in the US are buying dairy alternatives and plant-based milks are at the top of the list.
If you have children at home you know how important it is to have snacks! As parents, we want things to be easy, but also nutritious. Here’s 4 snacks that pack in the nutrients and are so easy to make, even the kids can help out!
This is my absolute favorite juice right now. It’s sweet, refreshing and packed with benefits! Beets are one of the best foods we can eat for optimal health. This is an easy and delicious way to get them in.
These BBQ Jackfruit Sandwiches are a healthier alternative to a pulled pork sandwich! The texture is identical and the flavor is always in the sauce!
This healthy, plant-based cereal is made with 4 ingredients, high in protein, no refined sugars and can be made gluten-free! Cereal is such a nostalgic breakfast option for me. Unfortunately, the mainstream cereal has artificial dyes, preservatives, refined sugars and other chemicals that aren’t good for our health – especially children!
People are more aware of keeping their immune systems boosted with everything that’s going on with Covid-19, but this is really something we should always be striving to do! Fruits and vegetables are packed with antioxidants that protect our cells from viruses and diseases.
Chia pudding is filled with omega-3’s, fiber and protein, making it a healthy snack option! Beet chia pudding is even better because it gets in a nutritious veggie and ups the antioxidant content. It’s also a great to have before or after a workout.
We’re in the middle of Coronavirus right now. With so much uncertainty ahead, one thing I’m doing is making the most of the food I have on hand. One of my easy go-to meals is a buddha bowl. The thing I love about these bowls are they have no rules!
This soup is a cross between tortilla soup and enchilada soup, but since it has tortillas in it, that’s the name I went with. This one’s made healthier than most with baked tortillas and plant-based protein.
You might have heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it’s TRUE! This week on ABC10 I showed 3 easy and healthy breakfast options for people on the go (recipes + video below), but first let me tell you why you should be eating breakfast.
I’ve recently had some requests for nut-free options so that’s one of the reasons behind these Tahini Lentil Brownies. They’re also oil-free and gluten-free but trust me, no one will know they’re healthy!
Healthy, plant-based tacos full of benefits and they easily come together in under 15 minutes! They’re a favorite weeknight meal around here because of the minimal work and cleanup! The cauliflower/walnut mixture gives it a “meaty” texture and the seasonings make it explode with taco flavor!
Only 4 ingredients for this homemade sour cream and it can be whipped up in minutes. I make it almost every week, and it’s just the bump dishes need to take them to the next level.