Want to make some fun and easy Easter treats that will look pretty on your table? Try these Pastel Chocolate Rice Krispies® Bars. All you need are two ingredients (and some sprinkles if you like), and a microwave. No baking required!
When I first heard about one-pot pasta – cooking both the pasta and sauce in the same pot at the same time – I was dubious. Then I tried it and the results were incredible. The pasta was indeed cooked through properly and infused with all the flavours of the sauce, and the sauce itself was rich and glossy, thickened by the starch from the cooking pasta, and totally delicious.
Double Peanut Butter Protein Fudge [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
Peanut butter on top of peanut butter! Can you think of anything better? Get this — these glorious fudge bars are only made with eight ingredients total! Once you sink your teeth into one of these peanut butter protein fudge bars, you’ll never look back.
Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe Mmmm anyone else adore a good prosciutto wrapped asparagus appetizer? I know I sure do! Prosciutto wrapped anything is mighty tasty. Prosciutto is an Italian dry-cured ham and there are many prosciutto wrapped recipes (mostly for dates and asparagus), but for me, t…
Mint and chocolate together are ALWAYS a good idea… especially for breakfast! Start your morning with a delightfully minty Vegan Thin Mint Smoothie. This smoothie is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day, as well as an afternoon pick-me-up. Blend non-dairy milk, vegan chocolate protein powder, peppermint extract, spinach and ice together, then serve. This flavorful breakfast smoothie is well-loved by vegans and non-vegans alike and makes a tasty meal!
If you’ve never tried satay sauce, then you need to try it with tofu. It’s creamy and savory and spicy, yet sweet. In this recipe, tofu is marinated in satay sauce, then baked or fried until lightly browned. These are perfect for dinner at home or as an appetizer at parties.
Mango & Lime Marinaded Chicken Salad With Bacon & Avocado
Tabbouleh is usually made with bulgur wheat and is not gluten-free. This gluten-free version combines chopped carrots and spices to mimic classic tabbouleh. Za atar spice mix (a combination of sesame seeds, sumac and thyme) can be found at Middle Eastern grocers or natural food stores with a well-stocked spice aisle. For added protein, toss in canned chickpeas (drained and rinsed).
Kugel is a Jewish casserole typically made with noodles. However, this recipe will give you a decadent version of the traditional dish. The kugel is packed full of leeks, cauliflower, tofu, and garlic to make a rich and comforting meal that will serve a crowd.
While spring is technically right around the corner, where I live it’s still cool and drizzly and feeling like perfect soup weather. If you’ve never made chicken and dumplings, it’s basically a creamy chicken noodle soup with puffy mounds of biscuit dough dropped right into the soup to cook. It’s warm, hearty, and pretty much… Read Post
Frolla con farina di riso e tuorli sodi ( naturalmente senza glutine)
An Easy Homemade Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup made on the stovetop using simple ingredients in about 90 minutes. This recipe uses a whole cooked chicken, as well as fresh veggies & herbs, all of which add a ton of extra flavor to the soup. It’s creamy, thick & hearty–perfect for any time you’re craving comfort food or need a hot meal to warm your belly.
Betty demonstrates how to make Christmas Coconut Bonbons. These bonbons are made of butter, confectioner’s sugar, sweetened condensed milk, pecans, and coconut, and then dipped in chocolate for a fantastic Christmas treat! Coconut Bonbons ½ cup butter, softened 16 ounce box confectioner’s sugar ½ of a 14-ounce can of sweetened condensed milk 3 ½ ounces […]
These combination of flavors in these tacos are amazing – the poblano pepper and white cheddar are perfect with the pork!
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