Keepin' the simple recipes comin' this week with this smoothie recipe that is great as a breakfast component or snack. I love it because it features blueberries, an antioxidant superfood that helps to keep our brains feeling clear and fresh because antioxidants stimulate the flow of blood and oxygen to your brain. As a bonus, … Continue reading Blueberry Smoothie
Yesterday I posted my top 6 picks for foods that help create a clear mind. I thought it might be nice to have some recipes to try to make adding these foods in a little easier. Serves: 4 Ingredients: For the salad: 6 c leafy greens of choice (I’m a sucker for a bag salad … Continue reading Simple Salmon Cakes
This recipe was shared with me a few years ago, and I can't remember who it was from but am so grateful to them for it because it's easy to make in a pinch. It has all the comfort food vibes yet is loaded with broccoli to help balance out the meal. Hands on time is right around 20 minutes and is so easy that even I have it mastered!
I had a taste for my grandmother's simple zucchini and eggs and what better way to fill a meal planning spot than with a simple recipe, right? But zucchini isn't exactly in season, so I got creative and let seasonal veggies be my guide. The best part? Hands on time is less than 15 minutes. 😎 … Continue reading Butternut Squash & Eggs
Looking for a quick, healthy, simple breakfast or side-dish idea? Steal this move from my grandmother's cookbook, and you won't be disappointed.
My husband is really good at experimenting. He opens the fridge and sees ideas where I see ingredients from recipes past. With a random amount of leftover pumpkin, an over abundance of carrots, and a bit of broth about to go bad, he came up with this carrot-pumpkin purée. It’s a new favorite at our place. Got any of these items in your refrigerator? If not you probably will soon, so save this recipe for later: