Confession: I don’t really like salad. There’s been one salad, a Greek one that I still dream of in Ames, that I thoroughly enjoyed and craved. I have found a good caesar dressing that helps me get my greens, but mostly I just sneak them into all my meals. I’m sharing this recipe mostly for the spice mix, but if you’re a fellow salad hater, maybe this will help you out! Continue reading “Cooked Chicken Salad”
I think I make this perfect pizza once a week or so. The crust has yet to fail me, so I thought I should share! Continue reading “Perfect Pizza”
Taco bowls are so delicious and easy! I generally cook with ideas inspired by different regions of the world. I love Greek and Italian food, but Mexican food is hard to beat. The ingredients are inexpensive and easy to work with, and the flavors always sound good. I’ve been making my own taco seasoning ever since I realized how simple it is (and how much more flavorful it ends up being!). These bowls are fun and less messy than burritos that tend to leak all over hands. Continue reading “Taco Bowls (with Homemade Seasoning!)”
Michael and I try to eat fairly healthy. These blueberry cookies were a result of that attempt. We moved to Wisconsin last year, and apparently all the delicious cheese is blamed for raising people’s cholesterol. I think it’s more likely the deep-fried, smothered-in-gravy, food that’s absent of fresh vegetables, but what do I know?
Continue reading “Cookies That Nourish: Blueberry Chocolate Oat Cookies with Flax”
Are you sick of granola bar recipes that result in crumbly, dry bars or mushy oat piles? Then you NEED this recipe! It makes perfectly textured bars. The best thing about the recipe is how versatile it is. The bars can be made with any kind of nuts, seeds, cereal, and dried fruit combination you can dream up!