Say goodbye to all of those hearty winter veggies. Spring is finally here! It’s time to enjoy this season and all of the wonderful fruits and vegetables it brings. Use dandelion greens in your salads. Make a sweet rhubarb treat. Maybe even try something you haven’t seen before! Read more »
This recipe makes a beautiful white milk with a bit of sweetness and a hint of cinnamon. Cashew milk is raw, gluten free, vegan, and tastes amazing! Read more »
The fourth post in our recipe theme for the month of March featuring colorful recipes from Kelsi Windmiller! Read more »
It is officially spring, and this year I am all about cleansing everything – my wardrobe, my home, and my body. I love coming up with my own smoothie concoctions and decided that it was the perfect time for a spring cleanse smoothie! Read more »
Purple might not be the first color you think of when it comes to food, but some of the most delicious foods come in this hue and they also have a wealth of benefits! Grapes, plums, eggplant, and blackberries are just a few of my favorites. On Sunday, Kelsi shared her purple recipe for the week, Forbidden Rice Pudding, and today I wanted to share some of the many benefits of purple foods. Read more »
The second recipe in our foods of color theme for the month, form Kelsi Windmiller. Read more »
With spring not yet in the air (but certainly in our hearts), we’re very excited to see what the month of March will bring. Below, read up on in-season produce, and see what recipes you can dream up with the fruits and veggies that are best right now. Read more »
When I was young and Easter was approaching, I always looked forward to these little treats that we used to make and give to our friends and family. To this day, come March they are constantly on my mind. I find it hard not to make them! These simple, quick, and easy treats are fun and cheerful to make and will take up no time at all – all you need is shredded wheat, chocolate to melt, and mini eggs!