I was at Whole Foods recently for lunch, and I saw some bison meatballs at the buffet. I thought, "Oh, that's an interesting lunch idea," so I tried them. They were overcooked, dry, crusty (most likely reheated from the day before) and basically bland all around. When I got home I realized that I could … Continue reading Bison Quinoa Meatballs with Sage and Chive
Want a simple recipe that's satisfying, healthy, loaded with protein, vitamins and minerals with minimal ingredients and cooking? Well, look no further than on this page! This chickpea avocado wrap is the PERFECT meal for lunch or dinner, so simple to make, with minimal to no cooking. That is because the only thing being … Continue reading Crunchy Chewy Creamy Chickpea Avocado Wrap
Sushi is quite possibly one of the greatest dishes in the world. Whether it's vegan or with seafood, sushi just tastes so good! However, it is very expensive, and not that filling. Sushi can rack up a food bill upwards of $50.00 for two people, and that's just for the sushi alone. Making your own sushi … Continue reading Deconstructed Sushi Salad
This is one of the simplest salads to make, and so tasty and refreshing! I had just gotten back from school and was so hungry, so I basically chopped up everything I had in my fridge, then mixed it together with my own zucchini dressing that I concocted on the spot! This is nut and … Continue reading Spinach Arugula Salad with Zucchini Dressing – Nut free, oil free
Quinoa is one of my favorite things in the whole world. Not only does it taste amazing as a sweet or savory dish, but the health benefits of this grain (which is technically a seed, actually) make it supergrain of all grains! Quinoa is gluten free, it is a complete protein, and is a great source of … Continue reading Simple, Delicious and Nutritious Quinoa Dishes
One of my favorite raw soups to eat, and soooo easy to make! In your blender, add in: - 4 organic zucchinis - 2 cloves garlic - 2 tbsp. nutritional yeast - 1/2 avocado - 1 stalk of chives (or a 1/2 onion or 1/2 cup of leeks) - sprinkle of paprika - some salt … Continue reading RAWmarkable Zucchini Gazpacho!
Roasted Garlic and Chive Hummus This one tastes soooo good! Ok, they all do, but some just have that little extra somethin somethin flavor...I'm also obsessed with chives and leeks, so that could also have something to do with it... 😉 Makes about 2 cups or so - 1 1/2 cups chickpeas, soaked, boiled and … Continue reading Roasted Garlic and Chive Hummus
Black Bean Hummus You can make hummus with basically any bean, and I have. Black beans make a great hummus, they have a distinct flavor and you can also switch up the styles with varying addtions. This is also one of my few hummus recipes in which I don’t use cumin. It just doesn’t taste … Continue reading Black Bean Hummus