With Valentine’s Day being just a week away, I have had chocolate on the brain! So, I thought I would share some of my very favorite gluten-free chocolate recipes that would make just about anyone swoon this Valentine’s Day. Read more »
Pronounced with a hard “g” and a long “e”, ghee is a type of butter that is used in traditional Indian cooking. The butter is clarified, meaning the water and milk solids have been boiled off.
Thin Mints…you like Thin Mints? Because I’ll tell you what, I love those little chocolate cookies. Read more »
This is the prettiest hummus I ever did see — and I sure have seen a lot of hummus in my day. I recently came across a recipe for hummus that uses beets instead of chickpeas, and since Valentine’s Day is almost here, I thought now would be the perfect time to try this vibrant pink creation. Read more »
Browsing none other than the amazing Pinterest the other day, something delicious caught my eye: quinoa fruit & nut bars.
UPDATE: This post originally ran on December 17 2013, but we love this homemade recipe so much we had to share it again! Read more »
Just by being a part of this here blog, I’ve learned lots and lots about the uses and benefits of different foods. This time around, instead of listing off all the benefits of a particular food or sharing a particular recipe, I thought I’d give it a little spin: 4 ingredients, 3 ways.