Recipe Archive

Don't forget that pumpkins are healthy vegetables! Pumpkin Spice Souffle Muffins

A deliciously satisfying autumn snack with a mug of tea.  Or a healthy breakfast alongside an egg or two.  It’s also a great way to use up leftover quinoa too. 3 cups cooked quinoa (typically about one cup dry – cooked), cool (any variety) 3 eggs, extra-large or jumbo, at room temperature 1 can organic… Read More »

Summer Pesto Noodles

Truly one of my favorite summer delights!  And a great way to indulge in noodles without paying for it with belly bloat or carb coma.  To make this dish, you need one of my favorite kitchen utensils:  a spiralizer.  I have had this exact one for over 5 years, and it still works like a… Read More »

Polynesian Poaching

2 cans coconut milk (I typically use one full-fat and one “lite” for the best consistency) About 2 inches fresh ginger, scrubbed and thinly sliced ~1/8″ (no need to peel) 5-6 cloves garlic, peeled and sliced in half 3 x 1″ segment of fresh lemongrass (or 4 drops lemongrass essential oil) Approximately 1.5 lb. cod (or flounder… Read More »

Simple Savory Salmon

Some juicy salmon on the grill is a perfect way to usher in warmer weather.  I enjoy this recipe in particular along with rainbow salad.  2 juicy, organic limes, juiced  2 inches fresh ginger root, grated (about 1 1/2 Tbsp)  3 Tbsp soy sauce (preferably organic tamari, which is also gluten-free, or use coconut aminos for… Read More »

Chia Chocolate Drops

Oh, wow: these are yummy!  I just made them to take to my friends house for dinner tonight.  These addictive (fair warning!) and delicate cookies will remind you of a peanut butter cup.  With a fun, little, crispy crunch from chia seeds.  As with most desserts and sweet treats, I prefer to make them very rich, small, and… Read More »

Banana Buckwheat Brunch-Cakes

A perfect brunch choice for an early spring Sunday morning.  Much lower glycemic and nutrient rich than the typical pancake.  And a great way to use up those ubiquitous last two bananas of the bunch that are “just a little too ripe”.  For this recipe, the riper, the better.  Yes, even black.  Enjoy! 3/4 cup kasha… Read More »

Fabulous Fridge Drawer Stir-Fry

As the weather gets warmer, we start to think about heading out for a jog or even a brisk walk after dinner vs staying in on the couch. We start to exercise more.  A good strategy to get rid of the extra pounds from the winter, is to lighten up at dinner. Keep yourself light by… Read More »

Cozy Nuttiness Cereal

Truth be told, I am NOT a hot cereal fan.  Oatmeal and I are just not friends.  But I confess I am in love with this new combination.  It’s creamy, cozy, and filling but also has a nutty chewiness that is very satisfying.  Unlike oatmeal, this combination is high in protein and loaded with healthy fats as… Read More »

Lemony Corn Muffins

A high-protein, high-fiber, low-sugar muffin.  Perfect for “soup season” or alongside a fresh, crisp salad in warmer months for a light meal. 3 whole eggs, ideally organic, extra-large 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil 3 Tbsp honey ½ tsp vanilla extract 1 drop lemon essential oil (or use lemon-infused olive oil above) 2 Tbsp coconut flour… Read More »

Autumn Pumpkin Pie Pudding

A delicious snack or simple dessert to enjoy during holiday meals and celebrations throughout the season.  For best results, make this the day beforehand.  For a fun “ice cream” type of truffle treat, once the pudding is well-solidified in the fridge (ideally overnight), scoop out the pudding in small balls (using a melon baller), roll them… Read More »

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