I go through food phases and when I’m at school, I eat the same foods really often. Part of it’s the convenience factor of not having to think of new ideas or buy a lot of different ingredients, which is the main reason I eat SO much oatmeal for breakfast. My go-to lunches are turkey & cheese roll-ups or a salad…and even my salads go through phases.
One-Pan Chicken Sausage & Roasted Veggies: a simple meal with crispy roasted veggies, sausage, and just one baking sheet to wash afterward! On some recipes I’ve posted, a few people have commented asking either a) how I cook in my dorm or b) maybe even more mysteriously, how I take pictures. I share a hall kitchen with 50 other girls, so I usually try to cook when
I’m coming up on two years of blogging in less than two weeks, which is hard to believe. I’ve learned and grown so much throughout blogging and even though I sometimes struggle with writer’s block, I really value having this space to talk about what’s on my mind or share what healthy recipe I’ve been cooking up. And I really appreciate YOU for reading! A food blogger I
These easy Mexican stuffed sweet potatoes are a different & spicier take on regular loaded baked potatoes For most of my life, I really didn’t like sweet potatoes. I always chose white baked potatoes with cheese & sour cream over baked sweet potatoes with butter & brown sugar. At Thanksgiving, I’d maybe nibble on the crumbly topping of the sweet potato casserole, but I wouldn’t touch the mashed sweet potatoes. Well,
Hi! I haven’t been posting as much lately because of lots going on, writer’s block, and a general lack of inspiration. But whenever I stop blogging for a few days, I always miss it, so here I am 🙂 I got the idea of doing a monthly highlights post from my favorite vegan blogger, Faith, at The Conscientious Eater, and I think I’ll start doing one each