Sand Art Salad

I’m stealing this back from my friend Marisa, since I have my own blog now – but check her out at Marisa’s Healthy Kitchen, her recipes are amazing!! This salad you can make… Continue reading

Spicy Black Bean Hummus

Another super easy bean dip, this one taken from Pop Sugar. My modifications were as follows: I’ve gotten really skeptical about putting raw garlic in things because I can’t seem to find any… Continue reading

Alkaline Broth

While we’re on a health kick…. This I originally got from a naturopath in Portland, OR who said it can help balance the body – she recommends drinking at least half a cup… Continue reading

Smiley Green Soup

First of all, can I just put a disclaimer on this? I got called out recently for seeming so healthy on this blog. It’s true that I tend to eat well in general,… Continue reading

Pumpkin Quinoa Porridge

This kind of worked… I got this from a Whole Foods recipe, and I basically followed it – except that I used quinoa instead of brown rice (it’s what I had, and it’s… Continue reading

Root Vegetable Love Soup

I call this Love soup because it’s red, and it’s Valentine’s Day, and if you love someone you should make this for them! – haha. Easy, delicious, good for you, and endlessly customizable!… Continue reading

Stir-fried Greens with Cherries and Mixed Nuts

What I had in my kitchen tonight was some stir-fry greens that were dying, some scallions that were almost dead, dried unsweetened cherries, and salted mixed nuts (the latter 2 I’d originally bought… Continue reading

Roasted Acorn Squash with Tempeh and Brussels Sprouts

This recipe started from TasteFood’s acorn squash recipe, which features my three favorite spices: cumin, coriander, and, of course, paprika. Yum! That’s what sold me. And I plan to use this combination in… Continue reading

Quick Office Breakfast

This is hardly a recipe, but I’m so in love with it that I had to share! I’m one of those people who eats like 3 breakfasts a day, and this is definitely… Continue reading

Spicy Coconut French Toast

Traditional French toast was always a little boring to me, and I tend towards savory stuff in the morning. But the coconut and cayenne in this recipe from A Spicy Perspective make it… Continue reading