Want to eat more salads but hate how tedious it is to mix a fresh salad each time you want one? The solution has been staring us in the face on Pinterest, Instagram, and food blogs like this one! Mason jars! Yes, there’s more to a Mason jar than just a trendy way to meal prep – there’s actually a real purpose behind
Fresh produce is abundant right now and that has inspired me to create a spring salad filled with green veggies like asparagus, baby broccoli, basil, mint, snap peas, and spring greens. The secret to taking an all-green salad like this a step above is to create homemade “croutons” using tofu. Plus, a homemade dressing gives it even more
This easy and delicious peppery arugula salad features a homemade honey-sweetened lemon balsamic vinaigrette and is topped with pine nuts and shaved Parmesan cheese. Naturally gluten-free, this salad is simple to make and is the perfect salad to serve year-round.
Ah, the salad. It’s kind of a strange dish, if you really think about it. And I have thought about it. Salads can be lettuce-based, pasta-based, potato-based. It’s like saying anything can be a sandwich if it uses bread – so does that make pizza a sandwich? I mean, really, what differentiates a salad from a medley of vegetables? After a lot of contemplation
Eating plenty of leafy greens is touted as a way to feel physically more fit and full of energy, while their eye-popping color palette (think purple Russian kale and rainbow chard!) lifts the spirit. This Kale-Apple Salad with Warm Bacon Dressing is a fantastic dish that highlights the freshness of kale and is great served during wintertime.
Fall is in full swing! Which means holiday baking is right around the corner. I like to give myself a bit of a break from all the candy and sweets that come around this time of year and make sure my body is still healthy and happy. I do so with this