Man oh man oh man are these loaded hash browns good. My favorite thing about them is that without much thought, they turned out incredible! On a whim I just had the idea and ran with it.
The hash browns are crispy crunchy, the eggs are creamy and the bell peppers are cooked till they melt in your mouth. Plus, it’s perfectly seasoned and has just a hint of sweetness from the coconut oil. Drooling yet?
I’m fairly certain I inherited my mother’s gene for being resourceful with just a few ingredients in the kitchen. Case in point: Eric and I were going to attend a party and we were asked to bring an appetizer. We didn’t have time to run to the store, so I rifled through our pantry and scrounged up some corn tortillas that were a little past their taco prime, a few cherry tomatoes, and an avocado that was surely about to go bad any day. We made them into homemade chips and guacamole and it was a huge hit at the party! This is a surprisingly easy appetizer that’s hard to mess up. And believe it or not, it’s cheaper and much more delicious than buying a bag of chips and a tub of pre-made guac.
Soup season is my jam! Nearly every week I make a big batch of soup or chili and Eric and I eat it for lunch all week. It’s simple, comforting and soooo delicious! Plus, during cold and flu season, I like to think a little hot broth and a dash of turmeric helps to boost my immune system!
One of my go-tos is a basic homemade vegetable soup, like the chicken noodle soup you might eat when you’re sick. It’s a perfect way to use up any vegetables or beans that might go bad soon and it’s hearty and healthy. Once I make this basic recipe, I add to it based on what I have around.
Extra lentils? Toss ’em in! Water from pasta made the night before? You bet I save that and add it to the pot! It makes for a new flavor every time, which keeps this soup exciting.
I don’t even know what to say … these are utterly incredible and YOU HAVE TO MAKE THEM! Savory crepes are my new favorite thing and you should seriously, try them for yourself!
The lovely Stephanie Meyer ofFresh Tart invited me to her home to show me how easy it is to make crêpes. I couldn’t believe how simple these were to pull together, let alone the how good they taste! We devoured one cold after taking photos and had no complaints whatsoever. This recipe is THAT GOOD. Continue reading →
I know I don’t need to say much about avocado toast because this is one of about 15,000,000 recipes for it on the internet, but I really like this version, so I wanted to share it! Avocado toast is just the best, isn’t it?!
I start nearly every workday morning with a green smoothie (weekends are for waffles and sweet potato hash!) and it has proved to be the best way for me to start my day! Filling my body with raw, nourishing, whole foods gives me a burst of energy to start on the right foot. Plus, I can guarantee I’ll get a couple of servings of fruits and veggies in before the day really even begins!