Summer is salad season! This falafel salad recipe puts a twist on a typical falafel, keeping it light and fresh by avoiding the deep-frying of the falafel, and instead just pan-cooking it.read more >
This easy breakfast parfait comes together in just minutes and is a weekday favorite in our home!read more >
Nothing brings the cozy level up like curling up with a bowl of steaming Bibimbap. This gluten free, Korean Bibimbap, recipe has vegetarian/vegan Bibimbap options as well, making it the perfect meal to pull out if you have guests with different dietary needs.
If you’ve ever been to a Korean restaurant, then you know it is always so rewarding when they come out with that burning hot ceramic bowl which you know contains a little bit of magic. From the sunny side up egg, that perfectly drizzles over the veggies, to the last tidbits of rice that carmelize in the bottom, this dish tends to be what I order over and over.
This traditional and simple Shakshuka recipe is the perfect breakfast to break out of the mold a bit, invite a couple friends over and turn it into brunch.
Weekends make for the perfect opportunity to up your breakfast game and experiment a little bit. I had never even heard of Shakshuka (also spelled Shakshouka) until a couple years ago when a friend served it while our family was staying over, and ever since then I have been in love!
Creamy, crunchy, full of whole grains and packed with your favorite veggies, this Roasted Vegetable Buddha Bowl recipe has a bit of the best from every food group. Ok I lied, maybe not EVERY food group, but it really packs a whole lot of goodness in one bowl!