Some days when your body is feeling low and you just need a to show it some love, this delicious and nutritious vegan curry is designed to get you back on track. Its a perfect detox meal because not only is it packed with nutrients,, but this meal can take you into the week with … Continued
I love the combination of roasted potatoes and cauliflower and this recipe absolutely comes alive with the additional flavor profile of my Middle Eastern Spice, While my Za’atar Gently Weeps. This dish makes a great side for simply baked fish or chicken. It’s great for a crowd and its an easy cleanup!
People ask me all the time for simple recipes that are healthy and flavorful and can be made quickly on a weeknight. This is one of those recipes that both kids and adults can enjoy together. This easy recipe can be made in 25 minutes flat and the seasoned potatoes themselves require few ingredients. The dipping … 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.
This is such a yummy and versatile recipe for any time of the year. The lentil mixture is wholesome and nutritiously packed with fresh vegetables. This recipe has quite a few ingredients, but my suggestion would be to double the recipe and freeze half of the lentil balls on a metal tray individually before putting them … Continued
When my family left to return to their homes after spending Thanksgiving with us, I opened my refrigerator and was instantly overwhelmed. I had so many good leftovers and I am not one to waste. In addition to turkey, ham, stuffing, and more fixings, I had some fancy cranberry sauce my daughter made from fresh cranberries, … Continued
This is the perfect hearty fall dish and a great evening meal to be shared with friends. Though farro is not gluten-free, it is lower in gluten than today’s modern wheat varieties and it is packed with vitamins and fiber. It’s a great alternative to rice, quinoa, and barley and is commonly used in Mediterranean and Italian cooking. … Continued
Years ago I had a few Kalette plants that outlasted every other vegetable in my garden and grew like trees. It’s been difficult to find that particular variety these days, but I am lucky enough to have a great organic farm nearby and when I stopped in, they had kalettes. Kalettes are also known as … Continued