It’s crazy to think this recipe is crab-free, gluten-free and dairy-free…but it is, and it’s absolutely delicious. I’m a big fan of crab cakes but when I can find a way to make them meat-free and healthier, I am all for it. This version uses canned green jackfruit* as the main ingredient that mimics the … Continued
Time for dessert! This delicious dairy-free dessert is decadent and just perfect treat to satisfy your chocolate craving. It’s great for Valentine’s Day because it’s fast. You can prepare and serve this dessert in less than 30 minutes. You can also prepare it ahead of time and chill in the refrigerator. The Healthy On You … Continued
These delicious and healthy snacks are great for when you are on the go! Oats, seeds, shredded coconut, and peanut butter make them a tasty delight. I use a tiny bit of lavender extract and my Healthy On You Lavender Fields Forever sea salt to make these an extra special treat.
Brussels sprouts is one my favorite fall vegetables. There’s a large organic farm near my home and they always have baby Brussels on hand this time of year. The smaller size allows them to cook and brown faster in the oven. They are also easier to trim and clean before baking. In this recipe, the … Continued
Cauliflower is a real wonder-vegetable. The way it magically takes on flavors is uncanny. I really enjoy playing around in the kitchen using it in all its forms from ricing to mashing, roasting, and grilling. Roasting cauliflower really allows my Healthy On You® Here Comes The Yum spice blend to penetrate and open up the … Continued
So I was having guests over for dinner last night and want to keep it simple. A good hearty bowl of soup, a salad, and a blackberry crumble. Nothing too crazy, right? After searching through my pantry and refrigerator, I discovered I had all the ingredients for a Tuscan White Bean Soup. I like this version using … Continued
On Orcas Island where I spend time during the summer and fall months, we have an Asian pear tree. The pears are ripe late August to mid-September and I love finding delicious ways to eat them. Carrot and ginger soup is one of my favorites but I wondered how I could incorporate Asian pears into … Continued
This Saffron Risotto is inspired by the Milanese versions that are lighter, omitting the heavy cream. It’s simple, luxurious, brightly colored and rich in flavor. The vegetable topping is versatile so use whatever fresh seasonal vegetables you have on hand to great this delicious topping.