Roasted Asparagus Frittata

I love a good egg dish any day of the week, but I don’t think I’ll ever go back to plain eggs again! Roasted veggies in a frittata is a must have, and if you have never made a frittata, have no fear! It is so simple, quick, and tasty! Feel free to add whatever roasted veggies you like, and flavor of cheese. Make it your own! Roasted Asparagus Frittata Ingredients 1 bunch asparagus, roughly chopped 2 tb. butter 4 […]

Pistachio Banana Smoothie

Normally I like to make my smoothies with almond milk, but I recently discovered pistachio milk and thought it would taste great as a base for a pistachio banana smoothie. This green smoothie is simple and delicious, as it only needs a few ingredients to make: pistachio milk, spinach, banana, honey and yogurt. You can even add pistachio nuts for a crunchy texture, or add then on top! Go ahead and try your new favorite green smoothie. Pistachio Banana Smoothie […]

Fit Hubby Fudge

You may have heard of a dessert called “chubby hubby” before, a flavor created by Ben and Jerry’s with peanut butter, pretzel and fudge. I decided to create a “fit hubby” version using peanut butter, pretzels, chocolate whey protein powder and a drizzle of chocolate on the top. This is a great energy-boosting snack after a workout to give your body the protein it needs to build muscle, and it tastes like a dessert! Fit Hubby Fudge Recipe Ingredients 3/4 […]

Tomato Fennel Soup

Although I love classic homemade tomato soup, sometimes it is fun to switch things up and add new ingredients. For this tomato fennel soup recipe, I added some chopped fennel cooked in garlic, onion and olive oil. The fennel gives the tomato soup a subtle refreshing flavor. Using many different vegetables in soups makes them healthier, too! Garnish with fennel leaves and serve with a crusty baguette. Tomato Fennel Soup Recipe Ingredients 1 tbsp olive oil 1/2 onion, chopped 1 […]

Piña Colada Fruit Salad

Making piña colada from scratch at home is very easy and adds a flavorful touch to a classic fruit salad recipe. All you need is some coconut milk, pineapples and pineapple juice to make the non-alcoholic piña colada mix. Then, toss it with some chopped fruit and mint to create a refreshing fruit salad everyone will love! Piña Colada Fruit Salad Recipe Ingredients 1/2 cup coconut milk 1/2 cup pineapple juice 1/4 cup frozen pineapple 1 cup chopped pineapple slices […]

Simple Crepes

My husband has never loved pancakes because they can be so thick and cake like, so I started making crepes a while back to fit his taste buds! They are thin, light, but still so filling! And when a batter comes together all in one blender, you will not see me complaining! Easy peasy! Simple Crepe Recipe Ingredients 1 cup milk 1 tb. vanilla 3 eggs 1 c. flour 2 TB. melted butter 1 tsp. sugar Instructions Add all the […]

Raspberry Banana Smoothie Bowl

The other day I got into a debate with my friend on what is better: smoothies or smoothie bowls. I think smoothie bowls win, hands down. They are just so much more versatile in terms of toppings and it is way more fun eating it with a spoon when thickened with frozen banana. The texture becomes almost like ice cream! In this smoothie bowl, I add frozen banana to frozen raspberries and coconut milk for a dairy-free alternative to milk […]

Chickpea Guacamole

Every time I go to the grocery store I buy chickpeas because they are one of my favorite beans to cook with. I love to roast them, serve them in soups, add them to tacos, salads, and now…guacamole! I used my favorite healthy crackers and made a lunch of out it! Super filling and full of all the right nutrients that this busy mama needed!   Chickpea Guacamole Recipe Ingredients 2 avocados 1 can chickpeas, drained and rinsed Cooking spray […]

Herbed Goat Cheese Tart

This herbed goat cheese tart is an easy, flavorful vegetarian dish that uses thin phyllo sheets as the crust. The filling is made with soft, mild goat cheese and cottage cheese, and it is topped with sautéed shallots and cherry tomatoes before baking in the oven. The secret to this main dish is the fresh herbs. You can substitute dry, but nothing compares to using fresh herbs! Once you take the tart out of the oven, sprinkle chopped fresh herbs […]

Whipped Coconut Cream

My youngest is the pickiest eater, so I have the hardest time giving her foods that not only fill her up, but also give her the nutrition she needs. She tends to lean towards the sweeter foods, so this coconut whipped cream sounded like the perfect addition to her diet! She loves to dip salty pretzels in it, and I love to dip berries in it! Also it’s made with  healthy fats and natural sugars! But the best part is […]