My kids have one request for our Fourth of July cookout—Tricolored Popsicles made with strawberries, yogurt, and blueberries. They are easy to make, the kids love them, and I know they are super healthy!
Creating vegetarian or vegan versions of American classics is a dangerous game as so many of us are fans of cheeseburgers, hot dogs, meatloaf to name but a few. But with so many great meat alternatives on the market – …
This store cupboard supper can be out of the pantry and onto plates in less than 45 minutes, which makes it’s the perfect remedy for those nights where you’re convinced you don’t have the makings of a proper meal! By …
Simple, healthy, and kid approved! Using only three ingredients, you'll love how easy these frozen yogurt pops are to make. A nice refreshing treat to beat the summer heat.
My family's favorite way to eat corn on the cob. Why? We love the sweet caramelized outside against the savory seasonings, cheese, and limitless herb combinations. Plus, the trick we use of soaking the corn in water an hour prior …
This recipe celebrates my love for chickpeas. A wholesome plant based meal that has it all. Carbs, protein, healthy fats and leafy greens. Curried chickpeas served with rice and spinach. Healthy, rich and flavorful.
Ohio food blogger, Austen Gross, keeps one goal in mind when cooking most dinners: make them as nutrient dense as possible. In this stir fry she uses tempeh as a fiber packed protein source paired with tons of veggies housing …
A perfect dish to help boost immune function during the colder weather, this recipe combines several heavy hitters when it comes to vitamin C like pineapple, kiwi, and oranges!
This recipe has the core ingredients of green bean casserole, but much lighter in its flavors. The maple-soy sauce is sweet and salty, providing a burst of umami that makes this dish addicting.
An alternative to traditional mashed potatoes served at Thanksgiving, these Smashed Baked Potatoes just might become a new favorite at your table. Garlicky, salty, crispy—you may even have to make them year-round!
Roasted apples and Brussels sprouts make for a unique, sweet-and-savory side dish that combines the best fall flavors. Try adding toasted walnuts and dried cranberries for another layer of flavor and texture.
Creamy goat cheese coated linguine seasoned with fresh thyme, oregano, and garlic, then tossed with sautéed pine nuts, roasted tomatoes and fresh basil. Clean, fresh, and delicious!
Looking for a light summertime recipe that uses fresh local ingredients? This potato salad with a tangy and fragrant lemon-herbed vinaigrette makes a nice complementary side dish, and pairs well with proteins like all-natural fish, chicken, beef, or pork!
If you love risotto, try my recipe for farrotto! Using the hearty ancient grain farro in place of arborio rice, this dish also utilizes many local, seasonal veggies along with local, artisanal cheese.
You might have heard people mention nutritional yeast or "nooch" lately, but what exactly is it, and how do you use it? Hint: It's a nice dairy-free flavor additive if you're cutting the cheese from your diet.