This is the perfect Christmas, holiday season cake – my festive Grapefruit Olive Oil Cake is made in one bowl, can be made ahead of time and just so happens to be gluten and dairy free. It’s incredibly moist, dramatically high and even better the next day!
My uncle and mother were over for dinner and about halfway through the dish of these pecans, my uncle turned to me and said they were the best nuts he’d ever had. So, I asked him to guess the secret ingredient.. when he finally declared he was stumped, I finally told him it was Miso!
This gluten-free Vanilla Almond biscotti recipe creates the perfect dry, crisp cookie that’s just sweet enough, and perfect for nibbling on with tea at night, or dunking into my coffee in the morning or afternoon.
This is the mashed potato recipe you NEED for Thanksgiving: free up oven space for your turkey and use your slow-cooker instead for the easiest, no-boil mashed potatoes ever! This recipe calls for much less butter and milk than a traditional mashed potato but we aren’t sacrificing on flavor…
Chicken and potatoes are a classic combination and now, we’re making it in soup form. This soup is like a warm hug on a cold fall evening – comforting, satisfying, and oh-so-easy to whip up.
This super simple Granola recipe is a must-make for Fall, especially if you’re a pumpkin spice lover. It’s gluten and dairy free, refined sugar free, and is certainly not your average granola…
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.
This Celery Chopped Salad with Apricots, Gorgonzola and Pecan salad boasts a tartness and freshness that is second to none. Then add in the sweetness of the apricots and this salad is guaranteed to be your new go-to.
Even my Brussels sprouts skeptics will fall in love with this stunning blend of flavors, and the Brussels sprouts will continue to tenderize as it sits. If raw Brussels sprouts in particular aren’t to your taste, you can even make it a few hours in advance to soften them up before eating.
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.
Now that the holidays are behind us, I can get back to regularly scheduled programming: easy, healthy dishes with familiar ingredients made in a new way. Truth be told, it’s my favorite way to cook, and my favorite type of recipe to share because it’s
I haven’t shared this recipe with a single soul until now, but these are, without a doubt, the best meatballs ever. My family asks for these weekly, they freeze well, and are every mom’s dream – a quick and easy dinner that’s mess-free.
I once heard from a publisher that dinner is what sells a cookbook… and I understand why. It’s what so many of us struggle with keeping simple, healthy, and satisfying. I’m here to help. I’ve launched a Dinner Rut Rescue series on Instagram and Tik
Turkey burgers get a bad rap for being dry and bland – not these. By using dark turkey meat as well as oil and feta, these burgers are moist and will satisfy even the most ravenous kiddo.
My husband Michael’s favorite dessert is Lemon Meringue Pie. It’s easy to understand, it’s a beautiful dessert that is simultaneously bright and rich with that pleasant pucker that gathers in the back of your cheeks. I make it a few times a year, canned condensed
This year we made food the way it was meant to be made – delicious, filling and packed with flavour! In 2022, we tried new flavor combinations, different ways to prepare old classics and found some new favorites along the way.
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…
You’ve probably started to see pumpkins showing up in grocery stores, which means pumpkin season is here! Is it me, or does it seem to start earlier and earlier each year? I’m not complaining, though. Fall is my absolute favorite time to bake. Crisp mornings,