Roasted carrots, blended with zingy fresh ginger and tangy rice vinegar, this dressing is perfect for super salad bowls or to use as a raw vegetable dipping sauce. It only has 5 ingredients and can be easily modified if you feel it needs a little kick, or more sweet carrot yum. This is my current […]Read More Fresh & Zingy Carrot Ginger Dressing
Ok, I’ve struggled on this one. I’ve made biscuits several times. The first time they were decent-ish, they held together nicely, but were way too floury tasting and very dense. The next couple of times they fell apart and were a weird light crumbly texture. I felt like I created a new kind of dessert […]Read More I Finally Made Good Biscuits!
Warm, crispy golden fries, dusted in salt and spices, what’s not to love? I think it’s my favorite way to eat russet potatoes. Have you ever wondered who came up with this ingenious idea? Some might think the name “French fry” is a dead give away. France, duh, it’s in the name. Well, the French […]Read More Double Fried Seasoned Fries
Chicken tenders have always been one of my favorite foods. So, of course, I had to figure out a good recipe for homemade ones. I use to think they’d be super hard to make. Fried foods in general use to scare me. Scorching hot oil, not cooking the chicken enough, burning the outside, a grease […]Read More Mini Chicken Tenders
Crispy outside, soft and oh so good inside. Great by itself, slathered with butter or jelly, or even sliced up for sandwiches (which is what I made this batch of baguettes particularly for). I wanted something that would be extra good doused in garlic butter and toasted to crunchy perfection. Say hello to my little […]Read More French Baguettes
I love all the different flavors of nut milks and butters. Coconut milk and almond butter being two of my favorites. After looking up how to make different nut milks from scratch and realizing how easy it was, it got my thinking… what about yogurt? Let’s experiment! Since cashews are a soft nut with a […]Read More Cashew Yogurt
I’m stepping up my chickpea game! They are a perfect addition to my roasted veggie bowls, or just to snack on. It only take a few minutes to whip these together, then simply pop them in the oven. Hopefully you’ll be as happy as I am when I munch on these crispy little balls of […]Read More Roasted Chickpeas