A step-by-step tutorial to peel, chop, and roast your own butternut squash. Enjoy the caramelized cubes as a side dish, add to a salad, or puree in your homemade butternut squash soup! I may be a little late to the butternut squash party, but I just found out this year that I really like it. I’ve all but conquered my former distaste for the squash family because I’ve started loving
Healthy Recipes Index
Browse dozens of easy, healthy recipes to plan your next meal or special occasion dish. Here, you can find simple breakfasts, delicious snacks, quick dinners, and healthy desserts!
Greek salad with Greek yogurt dressing and every possible Mediterranean topping- tomatoes, red onion, avocado, cucumber, feta, and black olives. To make it an entree salad, you can add either grilled chicken or chickpeas for some protein! The first recipe I ever posted on the blog was for a Greek salad with Greek yogurt dressing. It seemed fitting since I think Greek salads are the best salads ever, but
These healthy raw brownie bites are made with just dates, almonds, walnuts, cocoa powder, and unsweetened coconut, and they taste a lot like rich, fudgy brownies! Around this time last year, I posted a recipe for these super simple peanut butter chocolate chip “energy bites.” Somehow, the recipe ended up getting shared a boatload of times (30k times on Facebook and 80k on Pinterest and counting!?). To
Cooking for one is something new I’ve had to learn in college. I really enjoyed cooking back in high school when I was living at home, too, but most things I made were for at least the five people in my family. I also had a big kitchen, a huge selection of ingredients and spices, people to help me clean up the kitchen, and bit more free time. Now that I live in
Make plain raw almonds a little more exciting with a dash of cocoa powder, a very light sprinkle of powdered sugar, and a shake of espresso powder for a healthy snack! Lots of us have heard that raw almonds are super good for us. They help raise your HDL (good cholesterol) level while lowering your LDL (bad cholesterol) level. Almonds are high in monounsaturated fat, the same type of healthy fat found in olive oil,