Posted in November 2012

Busy Week Ahead {Vegetable Tomato Soup}

Busy Week Ahead {Vegetable Tomato Soup}

On Sunday, I threw a bunch of veggies in a pot and called it soup.  Easy!  You should do it too! {Vegetable Tomato Soup} 1 sweet potato, cubed 3-4 small new potatoes, cubed 2-3 carrots, chopped 2 cloves garlic, diced 1/2 small yellow onion, diced 1/2 bunch cilantro, roughly chopped handful of cherry tomatoes (This … Continue reading

Good Dog {Gluten-free Sweet Potato Dog Treats}

Good Dog {Gluten-free Sweet Potato Dog Treats}

A dog needs to eat too! Kensington is never far from my feet when I’m cooking.  We try to never feed her ‘table’ food, but sometimes Granny Di (a.k.a. my mom) can’t stand it and gives her real, crispy bacon.  Oops.  Her other favorites are fresh apples, carrots, and sweet potatoes.  Just one or two … Continue reading

Fancy Football {Sorbet Mimosa}

Fancy Football {Sorbet Mimosa}

College Football Saturday is better with these easy mimosas. {Sorbet Mimosas} orange sorbet champagne ———– Scoop some sorbet into a glass and top with champagne.  Drink!

Hoodie Weather {Venison Chili}

Hoodie Weather {Venison Chili}

{Venison Chili} 1 small onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, diced 1 can diced tomatoes and green chilies 2 cans tomato paste 1 can tomato sauce 1 can ranch style jalapeno beans 1 lb ground venison, browned and drained 1 quart organic chicken broth 3-4 T chili powder 1 t ground red chili flakes 1/2 t cayenne pepper … Continue reading

More Bites {Coconut Freezer Fudge}

More Bites {Coconut Freezer Fudge}

Add the word ‘bites’ to the end of any recipe title, and they are automatically something cute and portioned.  Like this.  And this. The ‘fudge’ in the name is indicative of the texture of this treat, not the ingredients.  Traditional fudges have high quantities of sugar, butter, and cream.  This version is superfood packed, gluten-free, vegan, and … Continue reading

Carb Fix {Healthy Fried Rice}

Carb Fix {Healthy Fried Rice}

In the interest of transparency, my carb fix of choice is not rice.  Not even close.  Who wants rice when you can have a giant, buttery, honey-drenched buttermilk biscuit.  Not into biscuits?  I dare you to tempt someone with rice in one hand and a fresh hot-out-of-the-oven rosemary wheat roll in the other.  Roll – 1; Rice … Continue reading