This easy butternut squash salad is hearty enough to enjoy for dinner, but also makes a great real food lunch leftover! Try it on your next meatless Monday.
This Chicken Pesto Pizza recipe was a huge hit with my family. And you can’t beat the gluten-free dough option. A winner!
A refreshing grapefruit avocado salad would make a welcome addition to your Thanksgiving spread. Or grill some shrimp and you have a tasty lunch!
I took a classic pizza combo – sausage, bell pepper and mushrooms – and switched it up with a super easy crust that is D-lish! Wait till you see the secret ingredient…
This Green Goddess Chicken Salad recipe is from my new cookbook, Kitchen Matters, and is a delicious, more nutritious twist on a classic chicken salad. I start with poached chicken, which is super easy to make and a very healthful way to cook chicken.
I’ve always been a potato cake fan but never tried making them with mashed potatoes (as opposed to shredded potatoes) until now. What I love about this Smashed Potato Cakes with Kale recipe, aside from the taste, is how it can easily pass for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
I think we can all agree homemade spaghetti sauce is best, but not always possible. This recipes gives you that yummy flavor without all the simmering time!
There’s nothing better than reinventing old favorites and that’s exactly what my 9-year-old and I did recently with our waffle maker! A waffle maker is a great first appliance for big kids to use, so this is a good way to get them excited about being creative in the kitchen.
We have another Indian-themed recipe for you to try. Similar to falafel, these split pea fritters are a plant-based protein source, bite-sized, and also fairly inexpensive (and easy!) to make.
This recipe for Wild Mushroom and Brussels Sprouts Quesadillas is such a perfect one-dish healthy meal for fall! And if you’re feeling up to it, double the recipe because the leftovers make a pretty awesome lunch.
Sandwich sushi is the perfect bite-sized finger food that could just do the trick in helping your child eat more of their veggies, because somehow thinly sliced vegetables (yes, even the green ones) look so much more appealing when wrapped up in bread.