With the garden exploding with herbs right now this was a quick and easy way to incorporate lots of parsley, basil, oregano and chives.
These Triple Coconut Breakfast Muffins certainly did the trick. Loaded with protein, and not too much sugar, they are a perfect quick grab-and-go choice. And, any excuse to use up some of the expensive coconut flour languishing in the pantry is always welcome.
Tubes of cinnamon bun dough make for pretty fantastic doughnuts, sort of like a doughnut-meets-cinnamon bun, with crusty edges and soft, chewy insides, and they take under 15 minutes to make. (Also: churros!)
I used a light dusting of cornstarch along with a few dry spices to create this Crispy Shrimp. Perched upon a warm Asian Coleslaw and dinner was ready in less than 20 minutes. Now that is a winner of a recipe in my book honey.
Keep the mixture thicker for dipping fresh veggies, or thin it a little more to drizzle over salad.
Katie Workman’s fun and irreverent voice is a delight as she takes us through 100 familiar and foolproof meals.
One of the easiest ways to get dinner done in a hurry is to cook it all in one pot – or spread it out on a rimmed baking sheet to roast in the oven.
This book will make you want to jump in the car and take a road trip to New England.
Hydration is important - being able to make your own sparkling water and flavour it with homemade simple syrups makes staying hydrated easier.
Once you see how easy it is to make pesto, it’ll be tempting to make a jar or two anytime you have surplus greens on hand.
This giant cookie ice cream cake is divine - easy to make, and just happens to be gluten-free!
Cream as a poaching liquid for salmon is simple but indulgent – it makes a luxurious sauce, but you still get the benefit of omega 3-rich salmon and a healthy dose of leafy greens.
Soup is the perfect vehicle for wilting leaves (which are less suitable for salads).
The ultimate chocolate chip cookie is dense and chewy, not too cakey, with crisp edges and chocolate chunks throughout.
Think of snacks as mini-meals; these nibbles are more than just filler - snacks account for almost a third of kids’ total caloric intake, providing a great opportunity for a nutritional boost. Toast to the rescue! It's easy, versatile, and kids can make it themselves.