I love easy vegetable side dishes where you toss everything into a pan and forget about it for a while. That’s the case with this beet recipe! They’re cooked in a sweet balsamic orange glaze that’s rich and delicious.
This simple chipotle salmon has a triple punch of sweet, smoky, & spicy! The hot honey glaze is a MUST and is super easy to make.
If you’ve been around here for a while you might be surprised to see a recipe for Instant Pot black beans. I’ve been mulling over how I wanted to approach this topic, since my blog has had a somewhat firm “paleo” stance for the past several years. Truth be told, I’m not a fan of …
I’ve had a chicken fajita soup like this on the brain ever since I posted The Best Chicken Fajitas. I thought if I took the flavors in that recipes and simply made a soup out of it, I’d end up with what I had envisioned. Nope. I ended up with a so-so soup. That soup …
This dry brine turkey recipe is THE BOMB. Dry brining is so much easier than a wet brine and the herb butter under the skin takes this over the top!
No, really. These are the best chicken fajitas — citrusy with a hint of heat and they make the BEST leftovers! (Leftover fajita hash is pretty amazing.)
It’s everything you love about a fish taco in salad form — and paleo-friendly! These spiced fish taco bowls are so good you won’t even miss the torillas.
This simple slaw is such a versatile staple in my recipe collection! It’s a snap to whip together. It’s not mayo-based, so it lasts a long time, and it makes your tacos and taco salads even more amazing!
This healthy cranberry sauce recipe is quick, easy, and and eons better than canned cranberry sauce! I included all of my favorite wassail flavors — apple cider, orange, cinnamon & vanilla. It’s a beautiful and colorful addition to any Thanksgiving table!
A green smoothie recipe that actually tastes good? Yep. If you’re new or resistant to drinking things like this, this is the perfect green smoothie to break you in. It’s loaded with healthy greens and three kinds of vegetables, and I swear it doesn’t taste like compost.
The lightly sweetened ginger-mint dressing adds some personality and turns an ordinary bowl of mixed melon into something extra special.
How often do you see carrots with the greens still attached? They’re so pretty. I wonder if cutting their greens makes them feel like their “hair” is getting chopped off? If carrots had feelings, that is. Speaking of feelings… I have mixed feelings toward beets. They’re probably the most gorgeous color found in nature, but …