Grape and Goat Cheese Salad with Honey Mustard Vinaigrette

Sometimes simple is key. It’s a hard lesson to remember when there are so many spices, sauces, and flavor combinations to experiment with, but we often create our best recipes when we throw together a quick, simple dish based on 2-3 main ingredients that sound good at the moment. This summery salad works perfectly asContinue reading “Grape and Goat Cheese Salad with Honey Mustard Vinaigrette”

Simple Curry Roasted Carrots

Introducing the world’s easiest side dish! Roasted simply with salt, pepper, olive oil and curry powder, these rainbow carrots are a perfect accompaniment to any hearty main dish. Rainbow carrots tend to have a sweeter, earthier taste and slightly softer texture than the packaged carrots you’ll find in the supermarket. They have enough flavor toContinue reading “Simple Curry Roasted Carrots”

Homemade Sweet Potato Chips

Step aside, store-bought potato chips! These simple, homemade chips will satisfy your crunchy and salty cravings without compromising your healthy diet. It takes only 6 ingredients to make these crispy sweet and salty chips, and they pair perfectly with dips like Overnight Cashew “Cheese” Sauce. Or, pile them high with beans, sauteed onions, jalapenos and guacamoleContinue reading “Homemade Sweet Potato Chips”

Overnight Cashew “Cheese” Sauce

If you’re looking for a dairy-free (or just plain delicious) cheese substitute, you’ve come to the right place! From lasagna to dipping sauce, to nachos and quesadillas, this sauce is an awesome substitute for melty, gooey cheese. One of our favorite dinners is a big spread of roasted vegetables and fresh bread, served with OvernightContinue reading “Overnight Cashew “Cheese” Sauce”

Polenta with Tomatoes and Basil

When I was a kid I loved making risotto for my family. I still love risotto, but polenta is my favorite alternative, and the bright flavors in this version makes it a perfect warm weather dish. As an extra perk, leftovers pack up beautifully for lunch the next day. Tyler and I even took someContinue reading “Polenta with Tomatoes and Basil”