I never made cranberry sauce from scratch until this past Thanksgiving. Though I had to do two batches in order to perfect the recipe, the second one came out amazing, and it was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone! This recipe is so simple, and there is really barely any work involved! This cranberry sauce is so … Continue reading Orange Cranberry Sauce
I loooooove quinoa. It is the best grain in the world and is so so good for you! One of my favorite things about this grain is that it can be used in sweet and savory dishes. It's a great substitute for rice, and is basically just like rice, except richer in protein, fiber, magnesium, … Continue reading Quinoa and Roasted Brussels Sprout Salad
This is a great way to get a lot of spirulina in your smoothies, without the overpowering seaweedy fishy taste that that come with it. In your blender, add in: - 2 frozen bananas - 1 to 1 1/2 cups pineapple, fresh or frozen - 1 kiwi - handful of parsley - 1 tbsp. spirulina … Continue reading Pineapple Banana Kiwi Spirulina Kale Smoothie
I am obsessed with leeks. And cashew sauces. And zucchini noodles. In fact, I much prefer these over regular pasta noodles. I wanted a new cashew sauce for my leeks and zucchini noodles, so I came up with a new cashew cream sauce, with a cheesy chicken flavor. You can find the recipe HERE, but I … Continue reading RAWmarkable Creamy, Cheesy, “Chicken” Zucchini Leek Pasta!
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