We’re having a Saturday morning love affair… with pork and eggs. This sandwich is naughty and satisfying, and just requires a little thought on a Friday, so that you can serve it up on a Saturday. Who knows? You might have a guest(s).
Greens can be a part of every meal. Especially when they taste this good! This smoothie is packed with natural vitamins, proteins, and some fruits for good measure (and FLAVA). Even if you aren’t a huge kale fan, we promise you’ll like, if not love, this.
This super food salad is a colorful (and very satisfying) platter for a luncheon with the ladies, Sunday brunch, or a healthy weeknight dinner. It’s a composed salad. All that means is taking different ingredients put them together on a platter to create an impressive work of art.
Green goodness comes in many forms. Our favorite food color doesn’t just have to come from lettuce or boring old broccoli. Here we combine flavors from Mexico for a new spin on eating your greens. Veal and pork can be easily substituted with chicken or turkey, but we like to mix up our meats. This combination creates a seriously tender ball. What is better than that?
This is a simple, make ahead dessert that uses fresh strawberries and oats, with less sugar and butter then a standard fruit crisp or dessert bar. It’s still a sweet treat, but not so heavy. You can keep it for up to a week, covered, in the refrigerator or freezer. To add a little extra sweetness and pretty decoration, drizzle melted white chocolate on top!
This light and airy cheesecake bite is the perfect ending to a dinner party or can serve as a beautifully displayed dessert at a cocktail party. Make them ahead, but beware, once you’ve taste tested you may have a hard time not going back for more.
We dream in caramel. Burnt sugars that are somehow the perfect combination of salty and sweet. This is an easy to make brown sugar version that will impress even the savviest ice cream addicts. Add in the graham crackers for a crunch and extra jolt of chocolate, the combination is pretty unbeatable.
This is our take on the takeout favorite sesame noodles. It’s awesome served warm, at room temperature or even cold making it the perfect picnic dish or an easy side for your next big party.
We’ve made this version with udon noodles, which are thick Asian wheat noodles that can be found in most grocery stories in the Asian food section. If you want to make this wheat free, try another kind of Asian rice noodle. It will be delicious either way!