Breakfast is served with these buttermilk pancakes that can be made to your liking by adding berries or bananas—don't forget to freeze a batch.
Calling all garlic lovers! This Roasted Garlic & Rosemary Pork Chop recipe is the perfect main dish for dinner—a brine helps make this dish juicy & tasty.
As promised, today I’m sharing the grilled recipe where I used Stonyfield Organic Yogurt as the marinade! More about Stonyfield and what I learned on my farm visit in yesterday’s new post. Learning to Grill Before I get into the details of the marinade though, I must share that I’ve decided I want to get …
Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, find out how to set up your own DIY (healthier) Nacho Bar! Included is my tasty homemade queso recipe.
Inspired by our trip to Japan last year, I've created an easy miso ginger dressing that is sure to delight your taste buds.
This recipe has comfort food written all over it! Warm up with my slow cooker Korean short ribs. I'm also sharing a list of my favorite crockpot meals.
Warm up this holiday by creating your own DIY hot cocoa bar. This party idea is perfect for the kids, and includes homemade marshmallows, candy, and more!
Our favorite way to cook and eat eggplant in a delicious, and easy, roasted eggplant "chips" recipe. The whole family will enjoy these "chips!"
When we went to Japan, one of my favorite meals was Japanese Curry. Here's my homemade recipe for this yummy dish with more veggies and less deep frying.
I shared some recipes from my new "On a Budget" cookbook on Good Morning America on Monday, and I'm excited to post some behind the scenes details today!
Today we're taking a closer look at hemp seeds which I've been a longtime fan of and use frequently. Plus get a recipe for easy hemp seed energy bites!
These copycat Nutty Buddy Bars are free of processed ingredients and pretty reminiscent of what used to be my favorite packaged dessert. Hope you enjoy!
In this post, learn about food sensitivity symptoms and how to deal with them, and get our allergy-friendly (dairy-free) Creamy Potato Soup recipe.
This easy one-dish meal features the flavors of tamales in the simplicity of a pie. It will definitely be making another appearance at our house! Try it!
Read this post to find out exactly what you need to do if you want to have a Make Your Own Pizza Night at your house - it's sure to be a crowd pleaser!
Make a double batch of these easy breakfast burritos. They are delicious no matter what time of day, and freezer-friendly to boot. WooHoo!
My cheesy kale quiche is worth trying on even your most reluctant eaters. Serve on its own for breakfast or as a side with your lunch or dinner.
Kick your potatoes up a notch and wow guests with this yummy duchess potatoes recipe. Make ahead and bake when you are ready. Easy-peasy!
By using a new technique, I've discovered how to make the fluffiest and flakiest whole-wheat biscuits. My kids can't get enough!
My family was literally scraping every last bit of the remaining braised pork sauce from the pan and pouring it over their mashed potatoes...so good!
Hi! I’m Amy from Super Healthy Kids, and I’m so happy Lisa invited me to share one of our family recipes with you. These Pineapple Coconut Muffins are light and sweet with pineapples and honey, and they make us feel like we’re on a tropical island
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.
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.
If you'd like to gift adorable little Homemade Vanilla Extract bottles this holiday season, now is the time to start so it will be ready by December.
One of the things I love about eating spaghetti squash is that my mental veggie consumption checklist for my family goes ... check, check, and check! Plus it tastes great too - especially in this Spaghetti Squash Carbonara recipe.
Using already cooked chicken is so convenient, and when it's certified USDA organic with simple ingredients that don't include antibiotics or anything artificial, there's nothing to be guilty of whatsoever. My family gobbled up this chicken salad and asked for more, and the best part was how it took me no time at all to pull it together.
Funny enough, egg noodles are what inspired this beef stroganoff recipe today. I have not had a single egg noodle since we cut out processed food almost 6 years ago!
Just in time for the Super Bowl, I've got an easy and tasty appetizer recipe for you! This Breaded Shrimp doesn't have to be for adults only, though. My kids used to always turn their noses up at shrimp until I made this recipe for them.
It's no secret that we're big Yumbox fans at my house. In today's sponsored post, I'm excited to share what we like about the Yumbox and also a list of lunchbox ideas to pack in it.
I am really glad that I tried cooking a pumpkin! I tested out two different ways to make pumpkin puree, and I have results to share.
Okay, confession time. I thought I hated okra. That may be partially true because I do hate the gooey mess of okra, but thanks to my good friend Amy with Greenbrier Farms, I was introduced to a whole new kind of okra recipe that makes it crispy and dry and deeeelicious.
As I mentioned, both my older daughter and I were inspired by our recent 30-day Green Smoothie Challenge to try some new combinations and more importantly some new-to-us (in smoothies) ingredients. So today, I'm excited to introduce a Peachy Pineapple Green Smoothie recipe made with some of our new favorites, including coconut water, peaches, and pineapple. Yum!
I'm excited to share a little more about the Green Smoothie Challenge we've been trying out for the past few weeks. This is a free challenge put together by my friends Jadah and Jen.
If your salads are getting a little predictable and boring I have the perfect Green Goddess dressing recipe for you to jazz things up! Plus since it's summertime you can get half the ingredients right out of your herb garden (or from your local farmers' market).
I'm doing something a little different today and posting one of our favorite recipes from my cookbook! It's perfect for the warmer weather we're having.
I think you'll love how this Shrimp Bisque recipe incorporates making a super quick stock with your shrimp shells (and supplementing it with a little beef stock) so you can get that delicious, bold flavor without having to work too hard.