This semi-homemade Hawaiian pizza is all of the deliciousness of regular pizza without any of the guilt!
As a dietitian and food blogger, I spend A LOT of time in the kitchen....like probably more hours in a week than most people spend in their kitchen in a month! I get asked quite a bit about kitchen tools that I think are essential for the busy cook to have on-hand. So I decided to write about five tools I use almost every day in my kitchen and why I think they're so important. Let me know your thoughts on these!
These mini lemon-almond chia cookies are a delicious sweet treat that's a little lighter than your standard cookie. Lemon, chia seeds, and almond extract make for a beautiful flavor profile in these special little cookies, plus there's an easy swap to make them vegan!
I've rounded up five of my favorite dinner recipes to create a healthy, easy one-week dinner menu. You can get a full print out of this menu with each
recipe plus a grocery list at the end of the post (totally free)!
Make-ahead cinnamon-raisin instant oatmeal mix is a great way to save time and money on busy mornings. Plus this homemade pantry staple can be customized to your taste buds!
Baked eggplant cutlets create the base of these flavorful pizzas. Sweet sun dried tomato pesto, creamy ricotta, and caramelized onions add a beautiful combination of flavors in this
These healthy energy-boosting snacks are the perfect tasty solution to getting you through a busy day!
This might just be the easiest roasted vegetable recipe ever! It's perfect for a busy weeknight!
I received free samples of California Dried Plums mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by California Dried Plum Board and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.
These breakfast bites with cream cheese, dried plums, pumpkin seeds, and almonds make for a fantastic sweet and healthy breakfast on the go!
These Southwestern mini frittatas are hearty and packed with protein and flavor. Soy-based chorizo makes for the best meat substitute in this recipe and this one is also quick enough to make on a busy weeknight!