Whether it’s meat free Monday, or you just want to switch things up from your typical taco experience, these chipotle cauliflower tacos are going to make your next #tacotuesday a memorable one. They sound super weird at first (cauliflower? in my taco? cue some grossed out faces), but I promise you this: everyone (carnivores and plant eaters alike) will enjoy these. Not to mention, these tacos are a great way to sneak in some vegetables for the picky eaters in your life. They are extremely simple to whip up, and you can dress them up with many a topping. Check out the recipe below!
A few quick and delicious recipes to make ahead of time, so that next time you’re famished, you can simply go into the fridge and throw a bunch of these together in a bowl for a nourishing lunch.
This cookie recipe is so simple and healthy, it’s kind of mind blowing. These cookies are delicious and made of primarily oats and pumpkin- the rest is just icing on the cake.
Fall is upon us, and I for one am excited to break out my warmer spices and make some heartier breakfasts. You don’t always think of sweet potato as being a breakfast food, but I have found that this bowl is the perfect thing to get you going, especially on a brisk fall morning. Satisfying sweet potato, creamy coconut milk, a dash of vanilla, sea salt, cinnamon and allspice are blended together and topped with granola, nuts, seeds and more in this delicious breakfast bowl recipe.
Lately, I’ve been putting everything seasoning on well, everything. The seasoning mixture that you’re probably accustomed to having on your bagel, actually tastes amazing on just about anything. I decided to make some omega packed flax crackers with everything seasoning and they tasted great with my tried and true beet hummus recipe.
I’m going to go out on a limb here and proclaim that this might be my favorite recipe to date. These cheesecake cookie dough bars (or squares!) are as vibrant and pure as my namesake; not to mention they are raw, vegan, paleo, refined sugar free and their cookie dough base contains beautifying medicinal mushroom powder! These magical bars boast a hazelnut chocolate chip cookie dough base, a lemon raspberry layer, and a marbled orange blossom & vanilla bean layer topped with fresh figs and pistachio crumbles.
Okay, so we’re not going to be ‘shrooming’ in the way that you might typically think of. Instead, I’m going to teach you how to incorporate a beautifying medicinal mushroom powder into a raw cookie dough which boasts a bevy of benefits. Eat cookie dough, become more beautiful. Sounds like a good deal to me.