When the temperature drops this Instant Pot Ham and Bean Soup will keep you cozy and fill you up in a flash with all of the richness from the ham and bean.
Only second to watching the home team win, don’t you agree that tailgating snacks are the best things about football season?
A lot of snacks aren’t the best for us but instead of feeling deprived of delicious snacks, we like to make healthier spins on the classics!
This perfectly balanced blend of sweet coconut sugar and spicy cayenne, red pepper and paprika with cumin, garlic and thyme would go well with anything. Make some as a gift for dad this year!
With summer hopefully knocking on the door in your neck of the woods it’s easy to get swept away with the dreams of fruit forward recipes. This recipe is one that does not disappoint. The balance of the spicy jalapeno and sweet strawberries and mango makes this recipe like summer in a bowl. Accompanied with “homemade” pitas, and you will find yourself pool party ready.
When it comes to meals, side dishes are just as important as the main dish for us. Roasted potatoes are a staple in our house, but sometimes they need to be jazzed up some. This potato salad has similar ingredients you would find in a loaded baked potato but in potato salad form. The potatoes are roasted to get them nice and crispy, with the addition of bacon and broccoli for some greens. It makes a big serving so is great for a dinner party, meal prep, or BBQ.
Trying to talk turkey but you just don’t want to go the traditional route? Cozy up with a bowl of this Turkey Veggie & Collard Green Soup instead! It’s the perfect way to get your seasonal dose of turkey, without having to roast for hours. Or, you could use leftover turkey and whip this up on a whim!
Now that fall is here, it is the perfect time to switch into seasonal eating: fall mode. Fall is when apples, squash and root vegetables are ripe. Our bodies begin to crave more warming foods and should crave less of the tropical fruits and cold drinks. Listening to your body and eating seasonal is one of your greatest defenses against illness.
There are few things we love more than heading to the farmers’ market and seeing a sudden change in our options. The acorn squash is one of those beautiful fall vegetables that can look exotic to some people. We want you to know your produce in and out and this delicious dinner is going to set you up for a world of creativity. What’s best of all is that you can buy a couple extra squash and set the table for a dinner part. Have friends that don’t like meat, rice or apples? Place everything in separate bowls and have a build-your-own squash bowl party!
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