Not only is this bread tangy, sour and sweet all at once- it also immediately teleports you to springtime! I don’t know about you but I am very very ready for some sunshine and warmer weather. In the mean time.. I’ll be over here eating this bread for breakfast lunch & dinner.
As far as weekend meals go, this is one of my favorites so far! It combines two things I love deeply, breakfast for dinner and pizza. While I haven’t quite perfected the breakfast pizza like Fry Springs has, this was a valiant first try! I try to use produce that’s in season so amidst the cheesy goodness is fresh asparagus and sautéed onions and mushrooms. Then it was topped with diced chicken sausage and baked eggs. Last but not least, this super simple blender hollandaise sauce drizzled on top to make it feel more breakfasty and luxurious. [announcement: it also would be perfect for hosting a brunch OR eating cold after a late night out. ] […]
Howdy my friends! So today I’ve got a super simple, heavy on the veggie, one pan meal to share with you. It can be made vegetarian or with meat AND for everyone with food allergies- it is gluten free and could be vegan if you either made or bought a pesto with no parmesan cheese. My favorite part? Everything’s cooked in one pan and it’s very light, making it the perfect lunch or dinner as the weather get’s warmer. The beautiful part about these basic recipes is that you could really make it your own! I included chicken sausage in the recipe as it was for dinner and we wanted to add a little more […]
Get ready for a salad that cures the ” oh no, not another boring salad” sentiment and really steps up your office lunch game! The chicken is crusted with unsweetened coconut and baked- so it’s nice and crispy without the grease & fat from frying and topped with a delicious peanut asian dressing. Highly recommend you cycling this into your Sunday meal prep plan! It would also make some delicious asian taco’s with a shredded carrot and cabbage slaw… I’ll work on testing out that idea asap. First thing’s first, all props go to Clean Eating for the chicken recipe! While I did make my favorite peanut dressing and spice up the salad a bit with extra […]
This is the perfect spring dish… can you tell I’m dreaming of warmer weather as I stare out at the remnants of a late march snow? It’s my favorite type of dish in that it’s a combo of light and fresh flavors, lots of veggies and lemon juice, paired with indulgence in the form of bacon and parmesan cheese.It makes for a really easy weeknight dinner or pasta dish for a picnic or BBQ. I’m already envisioning eating this at vineyards this summer paired with bottles of rose or white wine. Sigh. Bottles are acceptable- right? The best part, this only takes 10 ingredients to make and 20 minutes to cook. Ingredients: brussel sprouts, asparagus, lemon, white onion, garlic, chicken […]