Ice cream treats are one of the best parts of summer. Not that I restrict ice cream to warmer months or anything, after all we live in Montana where we often have what seems like 8 months of winter. So we’re ice cream fanatics year round in this house, however icy treats in the summer are pretty much mandatory!
What is it about summer that almost demands you make a pasta salad? Maybe it’s just me, but I love getting creative with pasta salads during the warmer months. And today’s recipe is pretty much the essence of summer, packed with summer veggies and pesto.
When I did a poll over on Insta Stories to see whether I should make a honey mustard or a ranch trail mix, honey mustard ended up winning. But it won by just the narrowest of margins. So I felt like I really needed to make a ranch version as well.
These muffins came about because I received a request on Facebook for a monthly muffin recipe. Throughout the conversation, we determined that maybe a seasonal muffin might be more achievable than one per month. At first I felt a slight panic, I mean with so many flavors to choose from, how do I even get started.
Can you ever get enough of Pad Thai? I’m thinking not, as it hasn’t happened to me yet! Today’s version of Pad Thai is far from the classic, but stick with me because Pad Thai is delicious in all it’s forms.
I’ve been mixing up my smoothies quite a bit lately, and it’s been lots of fun! The idea for this one is based off some rather unhealthy morning glory muffins I used to make. They had the best warm cinnamony flavor, sort of reminiscent of carrot cake, (which I have a healthier version of coming soon). And I thought those … Read More
I often find myself craving something sweet for breakfast, so I’m always working on new recipes to satisfy this craving and still be healthy. Nice cream is always a good place to start because it has the texture of ice cream and satisfies my need for something sweet, but it’s completely made from fruit. And really who doesn’t want ice … Read More
I’ve finally developed a dairy free alternative to my most popular recipe with this Creamy Cashew Roasted Red Pepper Sauce. I get so many questions about how to omit or swap out the goat cheese in my Creamy Roasted Red Pepper Zucchini Noodles, I knew it was time for a whole separate recipe!
I created this pie as a healthier version of the chocolate cream pies we had at our wedding 9 years ago. As you’re reading this we’re on our way for a fun weekend in Canada where we got married. And every year at this time, I always find myself dreaming of chocolate cream pie.