Fresh cabbage and carrots. Sweet onion. Zippy lemon. Creamy avocado! Add the right seasonings, and you have this perfectly crunchy, fabulously zippy, delicious summer salad!
What to eat when you are 7,326 miles from your regular local grocery store.
Luscious squash, slimming beans, and just the right seasonings are topped with a healthy cream sauce for this delicious, gluten-free and vegan dish.
Packed with protein, healthy fat, fiber, and an abundance of other nutrients, this filling power salad is a satisfying meal in itself and makes a perfect packed lunch. No heating up the kitchen! No dirty pots and pans! No cooking required!
Let me read your mind. You don’t like cauliflower. As someone who is not a big fan herself, I totally get it.
But there are 5 kinds of cauliflower in the world.
Within one bite, this delicious, gluten-free side dish earned its place on my “Make as Often as Possible” list thanks to its amazing flavor and ease of preparation.
This healthy, oil-free, high-fiber salad dressing gets its creaminess from nutrient-dense avocado. It tastes fabulous with a green salad, is luscious drizzled over steamed or sautéed zucchini and summer squash, and pairs perfectly with fresh, garden tomatoes. It’s also great for dipping bread!
We like hummus a lot. It’s a great travel food. It tastes yummy on sandwiches, as a dip, or in wraps. And it’s really good for you.
But sometimes we want a change, and this Broccoli-Avocado-Hummus Dip offers a delightful twist on ordinary hummus. It’s guacamole meets hummus. And it’s a great way to sneak some veggies in your day.
Harvesting the butternut squash from our garden was so much fun this year. Every step I took, every one of those gigantic leaves I peeked under, there was another squash! Loads and loads of them.
So after 10 very looooong days of waiting for ..
Avocados. Perhaps the best food in all of creation. I really do like them, and they’re very good-for-you – but I think we’ve talked about that already. But, really, this simple salad has amazing flavor. And it even has a ripple effect – everything I put on my plate after the salad tasted 10 times…