Big Bites Exclusive: Overnight Coconut Cream Pie Oats

If you’re an aspiring meal prepper, overnight oats are a sensible place to start. They ask for only five minutes
of prep before a sleep in the fridge transforms them into a creamy, nutrient-packed breakfast that’s ready to grab all week long. These Overnight Coconut Cream Pie Oats are my very favorite rendition…


Big Bites Exclusive: Barbecue Ranch Chopped Salad

A chopped salad base paired with my signature dairy-free ranch, this salad is full of all the delicious crunch you could ever want – I’ve included romaine lettuce, carrots and cucumber, just to name a few. But that’s not where this salad stops. Barbecue beans and crushed tortilla chips take the whole dish to the next level…


Curry Cashew Chicken Salad (Quick and SO Flavorful!)

Some days you just need a lunch that’s hassle-free, flavorful and will keep you satisfied all afternoon long. Hungry Lady Salad Episode 47 – my Curry Cashew Chicken Salad – ticks all of those boxes! It’s high in protein thanks to both the yogurt base and chicken; it’s salty, sweet, chewy…


Rainbow White Bean Salad (Easy, Healthy Meal Prep!) (Gluten Free)

If one of your goals for the new year is to incorporate more protein into your meals, Hungry Lady Salad, episode 46 (aka this Rainbow White Bean Salad) is a game-changer! Finding protein-rich alternatives to animal products isn’t just for vegan and vegetarian eaters – it can also be a great way to keep meals lighter and brighter!


Asian Chicken Salad with Orange-Sesame Vinaigrette (Gluten Free, Dairy Free)

A salad like this will easily set you back $20 a pound at a gourmet market, but now, you can make it yourself (between you and me: that’s my preference anyway!) This Asian Chicken Salad with Orange-Sesame Vinaigrette is gluten and dairy free, perfect for meal prepping or making ahead of time, and keeps for 4-5 days in the fridge, dressing and all! 


My Christmas Menu

This Christmas, I’ve curated a menu that features six recipes that promise to add a touch of nostalgia to your festive table. I have developed, loved and leant on these recipes for so many years – some being adapted from my mom and precious childhood memories, and others having been discovered and adapted in more recent years.


Tuscan Kale Salad with Peaches, Parmesan, and Toasted Walnut Vinaigrette

Summer days seem to go on forever, and if I close my eyes and picture those perfect sun-drenched moments, I swear I can smell fresh peaches. They’ve been growing in abundance this season and it’s been a delight to dream up new, delicious ways to use them. I’ve been crushing on this salad for months and I couldn’t wait another second to share it with you.

Vegetarian Chopped Antipasto Salad

Antipasto, meaning ‘before the meal’, is the traditional first course of an Italian feast. Around here though, we believe that a salad can be an entire meal in a bowl that actually fills you up. This Vegetarian Chopped Antipasto Salad, our Hungry Lady Salad Episode 37 is no exception.


Artichoke Scampi Pasta (Gluten Free)

This Artichoke Scampi Pasta a light and refreshing meal, perfect for those warm summer evenings or whenever you crave something quick and delicious. The best part? It comes together in just 20 minutes. 

Healthy Baked Chicken Parmesan

I don’t remember the last time I made dinner and both of my kids asked for second helpings…  Well, actually yes I do, it was my Healthy Baked Chicken Parmesan.  They can’t get enough of it, and Michael and I love it too, so it’s a no-brainer dinner in our house.

The Best Crispy Air-Fryer Chicken Thighs

When I don’t know what to make for dinner, I make these chicken thighs. They are as crispy and golden as can be without frying and with NO extra oil. And who doesn’t love a meal that’s ready in 30 minutes?


vanilla pavlovas with lemon curd

Vanilla Bean Pavlovas with Lemon Curd

Pavlovas are like big clouds of heaven – like crispy marshmallows, soft and sweet inside and crisp on the outside. I know you’re probably thinking that they look a bit intimidating, but I promise you, they are also much more simple to make than they appear…