The squash used in these brownies creates a chewy, fudgy center with a crisp top and adds a touch of natural sweetness. The additional sweetener helps to enhance and bring out more of the natural squash’s sweet taste, cutting the need for sugar/sweeteners substantially. The result is a moist, chewy brownie you can feel good about snacking on!
This traditional Irish Stew combined with savory soda bread biscuits is on my table this year for St. Patrick’s Day. Simple, fresh ingredients transform into a mouthwatering stew in no time at all (less than 1 1/2 hr using the Instant pot).
This creamy spiced soup will bring you warmth for the rest of winter. The kabocha squash combined with ginger and toasted sesame oil makes for Asian-inspired flavors while soothing your digestive system.
These little bites came about when I was cooking for a friend who just gave birth and wanted to give her a bunch of easy snacks and sides she could have for the week! I of course was looking to make everything as clean and easy to digest as possible given the amazing transformation her […]
I love experimenting with different cookie flavor combos, minimal risk and big rewards 🙂 One of my favorite cookie ingredients is Tigernut Flour – it has such a nutty taste but isn’t a nut at all. I’ve boasted my love for it before on the blog! It’s grain-free and a source of prebiotic fiber (feeds […]
This salad is so simple yet flavorful and is making an appearance at all my gatherings and potluck this season because everyone loves it and it goes deliciously with everything. WIN. Firstly, let’s talk about the kale. Do you massage your kale? I’ve talked about my love for it on the blog before… and really […]
Patates Lemonates was my food obsession upon moving to Astoria, Queens while discovering the deliciousness of Greek cuisine.
Tired of chocolate yet after Valentine’s Day? Good, me neither! Don’t worry, these only have 1/4
I’m sitting here in what can only be described as a snowy tundra. Yes, Jonas lived up to
Cinnamon rolls on Christmas morning was always a childhood tradition. We’d pop open some of those refrigerated doughy rolls and heat them in the oven,