These healthy carrot cake pancakes are packed with nutritious ingredients like quinoa, almond, flax and coconut! The perfect way to kickstart your day with a breakfast that tastes like dessert! Hey friends! Do you ever have a week that flies by so fast you feel like can’t even remember what you did? That’s been my […]
Socca is a lovely meal for anytime of year, but for whatever reason I’m always most compelled to make it in the springtime. It’s something about the weather getting warmer: I’m ready to break out of grain bowls and soups for lunch, more eager for flatbreads and toasts and salads. This simple green goddess spring…
Sundays are for meal prep! And yes this recipe is a total winner. The weather has been absolutely GORGEOUS lately which means it was finally time to break out our grill. I don’t know what it is, but anything thrown on top of a grill just tastes 1,000x better and these skewers certainly did not […]
This post was created in partnership with Sub-Zero. All opinions are our own. Fresh food matters As you may know, we’re all about the way that eating fresh food can transform your life. Today we’ve got something special for you: an interview with a local farmer who is turning our food system upside down. He believes fresh food should be accessible to all people, not just the ones who can afford typical farmer’s markets. We’ve partnered with Sub-Zero on their Fresh Food Matters initiative to bring you an interview with Jonathan Lawler, Executive Director and Farmer with Brandywine Creek Farms here in Indianapolis. He’s got some strong opinions and a huge passion for his work. Here’s Jonathan: The interview: farmer Jonathan Lawler Sonja: The first time we spoke, you made a few bold statements: “I don’t sell at farmer’s markets. I only produce five crops. I think kale should be illegal.” Let’s take a step back: why as a local farmer don’t you sell at markets anymore? What are the crops you grow, and why only five? Jonathan: Brandywine Creek Farms is considered a large-scale produce farm. Our model serves a much wider market than what farmers markets offer us. […]
Skinnytaste Dinner Plan Week 72. Wow, it’s hard to believe I’ve been sharing these meal plans for 72 weeks! If you’re new here, meal planning is a great way to get organized before heading to the supermarket to get ready for the week. My breakfast is usually something quick like eggs with fruit, a smoothie or avocado toast. We’re a family of four, so if […]
Post sponsored by America’s Dairy Farm Families and Importers. See below for more details. Even though we grill out all year, I tend to increase my grilling during the spring months. I like to soak up as much time as I can outside, which is a perfect way to celebrate Earth Day. This year, I’m […]
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I have a thing for curry (exhibits A, B, C, D, and E). That is the understatement of the year.
I am totally obsessed with curry! The flavor, the aroma, the versatility – I’m hooked.
Since I figured out a DIY curry powder, I figured it was due time I made my own curry paste. Yes, a real jedi-level move. Be impressed.
Friends, I have to say I don’t know what took me so long to try this recipe, because homemade is sooooo much better than store-bought.
I’m not one to often turn asparagus into soup. I think the crisp texture of asparagus makes the flavor better. This soup has changed my mind. I keep it simple with the base but the spinach adds a bump in nutrients (and green hue!) To make this soup easier, you could swap heavy cream for […]
I know that I may have exhausted your interest in toast and toast toppings with Tuesday’s post, but I’m hoping you’ll have the bandwidth for one more—especially since the recipe is good for more than bread alone. These herby, slow cooker tomato white beans can be served with noodles, over your favorite whole grain, with crackers,…
These Enchilada Stuffed Zucchini Boats are super flavorful, easy to make and are a much healthier alternative to your favorite dish! Recipe is from Megan Gilmore’s cookbook, No Excuses Detox. So I have a bit of a confession. I am utterly OBSESSED with cookbooks. Seriously! I love to collect them, display them, flip through them […]