Category Archive: Easy

Easy Bean Dip

I’m convinced this dip can be made with any bean, as the original recipe from Lemons and Anchovies called for cannelini beans, but all I had was pinto. I realized last minute that… Continue reading

Football Avocado Deviled Eggs

I wanted to make some fun party food in honor of the Super Bowl. I got the idea for these from Cute Foods for Kids – they have 26 different football-shaped food ideas!… Continue reading

Kitchen Sink Smoothie

Smoothies are amazingly versatile. Skip the ice, add in protein, fat, and veggies, and they can be dinner!! Fruit will cover the taste of almost anything – especially bananas – so add in… Continue reading

Fried Tofu and Cabbage with Peanut Sauce

This recipe from Tall Grass Kitchen was simple and delicious: a protein, a vegetable, a grain, and a sauce. I kept all the basic elements the same, and just made the following changes:… Continue reading

Baked Eggs in Tomato or Ham Cups

A friend of mine had posted a picture on Instagram of what looked like an egg in a cupcake wrapper made out of ham – so beautiful and delicious looking! And then I… Continue reading

Broccoli Pesto

I’d heard you can make pesto out of pretty much anything, so I thought I’d try it with broccoli. I got the general idea for this recipe from Green Kitchen Stories and, sort… Continue reading

Cauliflower Hummus

Apparently you can make hummus out of anything, as well (look for a post about sweet potato hummus in the future!) So many possibilities!! I didn’t do much to change this recipe that… Continue reading

Breakfast Bars

This is one of the only recipes that I keep making over and over. I like to just be out the door in the morning (since I end up dawdling enough as-is) so… Continue reading

Tuna Avocado Bites

I’ve been using avocado instead of mayo when I make tuna salad stuff. This was the latest creation: Carmelized onions, gruyere, avocado and tuna with salt and cayenne on Mary’s Gone Crackers. Super… Continue reading

Kitchen Sink Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies

This was taken from Cooking for Seven‘s recipe for peanut butter carob chip cookies. Then we decided to use Nutella since we didn’t have chocolate chips. And used a mix of soy, chic… Continue reading