Not only will the (lack of) color in this perfectly spooky black sesame no-churn ice cream go perfectly well with any Halloween party, the flavor will knock your socks off. And the prep is so easy, you’ll wonder why you ever buy ice cream at the store.
This flavorful and veggie-packed Japanese potato salad is not your typical potato salad (unless, of course, you live in Japan). It’s light and fluffy and creamy and crunchy and everything you never knew you needed in one perfect side dish.
This satisfying, hearty, 30-minute coconut chicken & rice is a one pot meal so you can get a delicious, real food dinner on the table with very little effort. And your family will thank you for it.
As Summer draws near it’s end, let’s dive in an enjoy the last of it’s juicy bounty with this creamy, caramelly, decadent peach and shortbread ice cream swirled with a peach puree reminiscent of granita and studded with whole peach chunks.
These spinach and mushroom mini frittata are the perfect make ahead breakfast food for busy school day mornings, or lazy weekend mornings and everything in between. They’re nutritious and easy and reheat beautifully for the perfect breakfast sandwich in between a toasted, sliced English Muffin.
Soba cooks quickly, is nourishing, and pairs perfectly with almost any vegetable. And with a great Japanese-inspired sauce to go over it, these soba and vegetable bowls are irresistible.
These vibrant green crepes are super quick to make and packed with nutrition instead of artificial colors. And paired with a matching coconut-pistachio butter, it’s a perfectly colored start to your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.
At it’s bare minimum, nice cream (a.k.a. banana ice cream) can be made with one ingredient, so it’s allergy and special dietary needs-friendly. I’m going to show you my tricks to making the best nice cream, and 3 variations.
These coconut oil cocoa brownies are rich and fudgy and will satisfy any dark chocolate craving. And a bonus, they are refined sugar free and made with (mostly) wholesome ingredients.
Malaysian claypot chicken rice is traditionally cooked in a claypot, as the name obviously suggests. But I’ve adapted it for a rice cooker and brown rice for a simple and nutritious turn-the-rice-cooker-on-and-walk-away dinner that you’ll keep coming back to. And I even have a vegan variation for you.