This is less of a specific recipe and more of a description of what I put into a bowl and tossed together, but it tasted SO GOOD I wanted to share it with you anyway.
This is my usual go-to recipe for granola, with a little twist because my favorite local chocolate company sent me some of their chocolate-covered nuts. I snacked on the hazelnuts and cashews, but saved the almonds for this recipe to add some extra crunch with some sweetness, too.
I’m a creature of habit. I’ll order the same thing every time I go to a restaurant, and I’ll make the same meal a million times until I can’t even accept the taste anymore. This recipe was inspired by my first visit to Glass House in Cambridge, where I ordered the most delicious salad that I’ll probably order every time I go back, and will now also meal prep to death.
(I know, I said there would be more than kale here. But in order for there to be more, there has to be some, so here it is.)
All of my favorite fall flavors, stuffed into the cavity of a squash and roasted with maple syrup and ghee. This recipe was created while studying for my certification in culinary nutrition. It’s a warming, gut-healing meal with lots of fiber to support a healthy digestive system.