Smashed Baby Yams
This is one of my favorite recipes to date! I've seen people make these with Yukon or small red potatoes. What I love about mine is how beautiful they are (look at those colors!), and the sweetness that the baby yams add. Plus, they are easy to make and beautiful to entertain with... but I still made these just for me.
Never underestimate the power of an omelet to be quick, easy, filling and deliciously versatile. In less than 10 minutes, you can make yourself a gourmet breakfast, brunch or dinner that won't break your diet or the bank. Make this your own by adding fresh or sun-dried tomatoes, fire roasted peppers or any other veggie you like.
Sweet and Spicy Sprouts
Transforming picky eaters one easy, delicious recipe at a time. If just hearing the words Brussels sprouts makes you cringe, please, please, please try this recipe. These are salty, sweet, spicy and perfectly roasted so that they are crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
Curried Coconut Pan Roasted Sweet Potato Soup
I'm absolutely obsessed with curry and coconut, and I don't care who knows it! This soup is sweet, spicy, creamy and so easy to make... if you like a little heat, this will rock your world!
Ragout is traditionally a rich, flavorful stew of meat (beef, pork, chicken or fish), vegetables optional. My version is rich, flavorful and vegetables-only based. Serve over whole grain pasta, rice or couscous, or top over flatbread and sprinkle with goat or feta cheese for extra flavor.
Grilled Veggie Wrap
You'll want to brown-bag it every single day once you try this grilled veggie wrap. With the bright colors and sweet crunch of the veggies, you'll be reminded of how healthy and how freakin' tasty this wrap is with every single bite. And, it's ready in 10 minutes!
Bruschetta in 5
Five ingredients and five minutes, that's all you need - for the bruschetta, that is. I can also think of five ways to eat it, like tossed with whole grain pasta... read on!
It only looks and tastes fancy - the rest is a piece of cake. The hardest part is slicing that squash paper thin. Should it look less than perfect, you've got a mound of fresh greens and cheese to go right on top.