A beautiful collection of summery vegetables come together with vegetable broth, to make a hearty, yet light and soothing soup. Topped with basil pistou, this soup is simple yet sophisticated!
Frozen watermelon cubes are blended with mint and honey. That's all you need for the perfect watermelon slush!
Potatoes are boiled for 3 minutes, dried well, and then baked in a very hot oven. The result is a super crispy outside and a soft inside!
Hamburger pie is a simple, yet delicious fast meal. Eggs are beaten with mayonnaise to keep them tender and moist while baking. Ground beef is sautéed with garlic and spices. Your family will be asking you to make this one again and again.
Tomatoes and other vegetables are roasted under the broiler to mellow their flavor. Pureed together, this salsa comes together easily. A yellow bell pepper gives this salsa its yellow hue and sweet flavor, substitute a red bell pepper for a more red tinge.
A perfect roast chicken has crisp skin, and is juicy and tender. Lemon, garlic, and salt are all you need to season this chicken. My recipe results in a savory sauce from the lemons and garlic that are stuffed into the chicken before roasting. The chicken's juices impart tons of flavor upon the potatoes and onions which cook while the chicken roasts.
Melted chocolate mixed with rice puff cereal, coconut and cherries. A fast, no bake dessert. Pop them in the refrigerator for a cool treat.
Store bought granola bars are loaded with junk. Make these gluten & sugar free bars at home. Your body will thank you!
Coconut, dairy free yogurt is mixed with maple syrup to sweeten and make dipping blueberries easier. Pop them in the freezer for an hour and enjoy this healthy treat that will cool you off on those hot summer days!
Juicy chicken is diced and then mixed with chunks of avocado, fresh corn, and drizzled with a citrus lime cilantro dressing.
Pulled pork is piled high upon gluten free unbuns sandwich buns, topped with creamy and cool carrot and cabbage slaw! For my honey pulled pork recipe click HERE!
Pork shoulder is braised for a few hours in the oven (or slow cooker). The braising liquid is reduced into a sticky sweet sauce. The pork is pulled and piled high on top of baked potatoes. Garnished with jalapeno slices and pickled red onions!
Corn sliced fresh off the cob makes this casserole extra sweet, or use frozen corn. Mixed with whipped eggs and coconut milk and then baked. This casserole is light, fluffy and velvety!