Chia Pudding Is it just me or has everyone become obsessed with chia pudding as of late? I felt a little late jumping on this healthy bandwagon but I was after something easy and sweet this week. (Come to think of it, when aren’t I?) I riffed off of this recipe with only a few minor adjustments. I only had chocolate mint soy milk but
Refrigerator Pickles I have a thing for pickles. A big thing. I eat salads on the regular but the thing that gets me excited about eating them is topping it all off with something pickled. I usually grab a jar of Italian pickled vegetables but I always eat all the cauliflower and carrots first and leave the celery and onions for last. It got me
Roasted Cabbage Wedges It’s so hard to get excited about vegetables at this time of year but roasting is my favorite trick for making them go down a little easier. I am a huge fan of roasting things simply because it’s so easy. However, cabbage is one veggie that always escaped this treatment…until now. I spotted a photo of roasted cabbage somewhere (Pinterest?) which lead
Carrot and Sunchoke Salad I posted this recipe from Matt Bites here a few weeks ago and I couldn’t get it out of my mind. I had never tried a sunchoke before and coincidentally I had spotted some at the market a few days prior. My curiosity was piqued. So I picked up some sunchokes, carrots and brussel sprouts and took a stab at it.
Cookie Dough for Eating This week I was hit with a craving of the sweet kind. I almost made cookies but I quickly realized that what I was really after was just the cookie dough. So I began to wonder if there were any recipes for the stuff – not for regular old cookie dough but for dough designed to eat as is. Low and