I love how hummus is so versatile. Is it a spread? Is it a dip? Yes. While I practically lived on plain hummus my first trimester, plain hummus can get boring after awhile. I have been branching out to making my own different kinds of hummus. From black bean to edamame to beets to even… Continue reading Edamame Hummus
Instapot saves the day again! You can't beat getting chicken cooked in less than 15 minutes WHILE you get to play with baby. I am always trying to find ways to make short cuts to the meals I make because time is sooo short when you are a full-time working and nursing mama. Can anyone… Continue reading BBQ Chicken Tostadas
I originally created these for babe since I wanted her to become accustomed to a wide variety of foods including plant-based options. As any good mom would do, I needed to sample babe's food to ensure it was safe 😉 Boy, was I surprised. These sliders were GOOD and not just like good for a… Continue reading Italian Bean Burger Sliders
These nachos are something I typically just throw together to get rid of leftovers and for a quick and easy weeknight meal. I love how the Mediterranean Diet encompasses so many of the great aspects of healthy eating and these nachos are no exception. In this version, I topped ours with slices of sirloin because… Continue reading Mediterranean Nachos
So this is definitely a recipe I love but my husband wouldn't. I'm one of those people that really love bold and bitter flavors like black black black black (darker than midnight) coffee, dark chocolate, red dry wine, and blue cheese grown in a cave. Does anyone else think that fresh beets can sometimes taste… Continue reading Carrot, Beet, & Blue Salad
Enjoy a twist on the classic burger with an Italian influence! Award-winning burgers that are easy to make, crowd-pleasing, and nutritious. These can be frozen, adjusted for baby's first foods, and altered for carb-conscious diets.