One of the best drinks to have during the summer is a cold slushy! It’s a refreshing way to beat the heat, but
This Mexican Farro Salad Bowl can be thrown together in under 20 minutes and it’s packed with nutrients. It has plant-based protein, iron, healthy fats and grains, antioxidants and more!
Something I hear a lot is “eating healthy is expensive!” But when you’ve got a plan before shopping and are prepared with some money saving tips you’ll still be able to eat healthy, even on a budget.
This Watermelon Limeade juice recipe is so refreshing and the perfect drink for Summer. It can be made in a juicer or blender.
Jackfruit Taquitos make a surprisingly easy, meat-less alternative to serve as appetizers or a meal. They are full of flavor and can be customized to your liking!
This tea latte is a delcious way to drink Red Raspberry Leaf Tea, especially if you’re not that big of a fan of drinking it on it’s own.
The weather is warming up, which is my favorite time to eat a big yummy salad. Even though I could get them year-round, there’s something better about salad in the summer!
It’s officially spring and this Lemon and Thyme Asparagus Pasta is perfect for it. It’s not only a delicious spring time recipe, but it’s also budget-friendly.
It’s the time of year again where the Shamrock Shake starts popping up mostly at fast food restaurants, but before you go out and get one let me tell you what’s in it.
Many people have the misconception that you cannot get enough protein on a plant-based diet. That’s simply untrue.
This breakfast sandwich is all that it looks and more! It’s healthier than any breakfast sandwich at a fast food chain and even more enjoyable! The real star of this sandwich is the “eggy” tofu patties. They can be cooked on the stove, in the oven or air-fryer. The sandwich is full of flavor and …
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with these healthy cookies or healthier candy alternatives! Most of the candy we see in stores today use ingredients like high fructose corn syrup which is one of the worst sugars we can eat.
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!
It’s that time of year when we’re setting resolutions or goals and most people include healthy eating on their list. Sometimes when we go all in at once it can be overwhelming and we give up before we even get started.
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!
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.
Summer is ending and kids are back in school. The busy season has started. Two things that will help you continue to eat healthier is planning and prepping. Having meals planned out for the week is a huge help!