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Roasted Vegetables w/ Yogurt Sauce

Roasted vegetables can be meh or delicious. The game changer for me is adding a sauce to brighten everything up. This recipe couldn’t be more simple. Pick your vegetables of choice, roast and drizzle with this simple lemon yogurt sauce.

Pumpkin Pie Chia Pudding

The same deliciousness of pumpkin pie filling but with health benefits! Filled with warm spices and creamy pumpkin, this chia seed pudding is the perfect dessert for the season!

Spicy Dill Pickles

Pickles are a top 5 favorite food for me. If you are a vinegar, salt or spice fan, then you need to try these pickles! The recipe couldn’t be more simple to make and they are a perfect snack or addition to your sandwich.

Sweet & Spicy Cornbread Muffins

Sweet, buttery, and spicy. All the best flavors combined in a delicious muffin. With peach season coming to an end and pepper season in full swing, I had a surplus of both from our garden. The combination of the sweet peaches and the spicy jalapeños create a perfect balance.

Shrimp Lettuce Wraps w/ Peanut Sauce

Crunchy, salty, and sweet! Shrimp lettuce wraps are super simple and incredibly flavorful. Refreshing, packed with lots of veggies, and ready in less than 30 minutes! The perfect weeknight meal on a hot summer day.

Spicy Tomato Soup

I always thought I wasn’t a tomato soup fan, until I made my own from scratch and of course, made it spicy! Store bought tomato soup, from my experience, is typically bland and boring. I roasted the tomatoes and added peppers which gives the soup so much more depth. Smooth, creamy and completely vegan. If…

Mushroom & Kale Brown Rice Risotto

Cooking brown rice low and slow releases starches that create a creamy texture resembling the traditional arborio rice used in risotto. The addition of kale and mushrooms makes a filling dish that can be served as an entree or as a side.

Gluten-Free Blueberry Scones

A delicious treat any time of day. These blueberry scones are moist with the perfect amount of crumble and yes, they are GLUTEN-FREE! Instead of covering the scones with icing, I sprinkle them with a little sugar right before going in the oven, creating a sweet and crispy crust.