Mexican Inspired Shakshuka

Happy National Egg Day! Long gone are should be the days of egg whites and fear for the yolk, and now lies the celebration of this nutrient powerhouse! Eggs are actually trending this year and Americans are celebrating not only their nutrient power but also their versatility.

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Green Garlic Pistachio Pesto

The past couple of years we have opted not to partake in a CSA share since we spend so many summer weekends traveling and visiting family. Whenever we are home though, we head to the Wrightstown Farmer’s Market since we absolutely love the super seasonal produce that might only be available for a week or two each year! It’s also great to support local farms and have food immediately after harvest.

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My travel unfortunately made me miss the fiddle-head ferns and garlic scapes this year, but green garlic was a great consolation. Continue reading

Zucchini Rollatini

Disclosure: I received free samples of Sabra Hummus mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Sabra and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.

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Now that Cinco de Mayo is over, it’s time to focus on the next holiday! No, not Mother’s Day {though I am sure your Mom would love this recipe}. I’m talking about National Hummus Day, obviously! I make hummus very often, but it’s also such an easy ingredient to pick up at the grocery store and it is useful for so much more than dipping. Let’s celebrate it’s versatility on Hummus Day, May 13, on Mother’s Day and every day! Continue reading

Overnight Oats 4 Ways

Spring is the perfect time to finally try overnight oats! If you’re anything like me, you need your oats nice and warm in the winter and thinking of pulling cold oatmeal out of the fridge to start your day is cringe-worthy. This time of year though, it’s great to save time and have this meal on the go.

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Lavender Lemon Bunny Cakes

You want to know what my favorite holiday is? Easter! While I don’t ever talk about religion on here, in the Catholic Church this holiday has more meaning than Christmas. I’ve also just always loved how it makes me feel with spring in the air. Without a major focus on presents as we see at Christmas (though I do love a good Easter basket), the holiday becomes more of a time to spend with family… and eat delicious food!

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Spring Onion and Asparagus Pasta

Happy Monday, readers! Today I have a recipe that can be prepared two ways with an easy ingredient swap so that it fits in with any family’s nutrition goals. I showed a similar recipe with my pasta roundup this past fall, but now give you the step by step to make it on your own.

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Quinoa and White Bean Salad

I’ve had this recipe in my drafts for awhile now (3 years to be exact, hence the poor photography) and with how busy my week has been, I thought it would be appropriate to share another meal that you can make in minutes for when your life gets busy, too! Continue reading