Chickpeas are like cashews to me, in that they’re so versatile and you can use them in so many applications! You can make hummus, roast it for a snack, throw it on a salad, scramble it up like eggs, make a soy-free miso paste if you’re crafty (and patient), have it in pasta form, make falafel… we don’t often think of them as a dessert ingredient though. Aside from dessert hummus (don’t knock it til you try it), we can also make gluten-free blondies with chickpeas!
You’ve probably heard the phrase EAT THE RAINBOW! Not to be confused with Skittles’ “Taste the Rainbow” slogan… this is the exact opposite of eating chemical/sugar-laden candies. It’s about having a variety of natural colors in our diet, because the more color means the more phytonutrients, and the more phytonutrients, the better for our bodies!
This was a recipe I made for my ebook, the 10-Day Energy-Boosting Meal Plan. It was one of the first big things I did with my business and I’m still really proud of it. It was 31 pages! With 20 of my own recipes! And I took all the photos with my phone.
Everyone knows to slather on the sunscreen to block the sun’s UV rays, but there’s one crucial step your sun-protection routine might be missing: Breakfast!
Diet is an often-overlooked part of how we adapt to our external environments throughout the seasons. Let’s take a look into why the first meal of the day can prep and protect your healthy summer glow.
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.
Everyone seems to be losing their minds over the ongoing Oatly shortage so I thought I’d show you how easy and cheap it is to just make it yourself. All you need is oats, a neutral oil, salt, and water.
One of my clients introduced me to the concept of dessert hummus, which I thought sounded pretty gross, but then I started experimenting with my own recipe and now I’m looking back at my whole life wondering how I survived this long without it.
I never understood smoothie bowls… because apparently I was doing it wrong this whole time. Apparently, you don’t just make a normal smoothie then dump it in a bowl. I remember being like, “This is stupid. Why am I eating this like soup when I could just use a straw?!”