Peach Prosciutto Arugula Salad with Toasted Pine Nuts and Burrata Cheese

Summer Salad Series: Peach Prosciutto Arugula Salad

This Peach Prosciutto Arugula Salad with toasted pine nuts, burrata cheese and a balsamic glaze is the perfect salad to welcome in the summer months.

Try making this refreshingly fruity salad for your next BBQ or potluck and impress everyone with a salad that is packed with layers of flavor. Creamy burrata cheese, fresh peach slices, sweet balsamic glaze and bite of salty prosciutto are truly a match made in heaven.

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Weekly Meal Prep #7: Moroccan Lentils with Kale and Chicken Sausage

Moroccan Lentils with Kale and Chicken Sausage

These moroccan lentils slow cooked with kale, chicken sausage and crushed tomatoes are a treat my dad always makes during the winter. I used to have this weird thing against lentils as a kid but as soon as I moved away from home I found myself craving this dish regularly. It’s the perfect combination of comfort and healthy food with a generous bite of kale, onions and tomatoes.

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Weekly Meal Prep #2: Gluten Free Vegan Roasted Veggie Bowls

Weekly Meal Prep #2

Another week, another meal prep. This week’s meal prep recipe is gluten free, vegan and extremely affordable roasted veggie bowls.

With 2018 just beginning, many of you may be looking in to meal prepping for the first time. If you are new to the practice, here are some tips that make it easier for me: Read more

Gluten Free Sugar Cookies

Gluten Free Sugar Cookies

These gluten free sugar cookies are inspired by those classic cut out Christmas cookies you always see during the month of December. Topped with silky vanilla frosting they make the perfect holiday gift for neighbors, friends or on the dinner table with family. I’ve been making them and using any of those excuses mentioned above when in reality I’m eating more than 50% of these. Read more

Hot & Sour Egg Drop Soup: Ready in 30 minutes or less

Hot & Sour Egg Drop Soup

Every winter I crave hot & sour egg drop soup like the kind they made at the Chinese restaurant near my university. I’ve tried making my own a few times but was always discouraged by the long list of ingredients I could never find and the hours spent cooking it. I have finally developed a version that can be made in under 30 minutes with only a few simple ingredients that you  may already have in your kitchen. If you like the classic Chinese soup but never have time to make it, you are going to love this version. Read more

Four Ingredient Risotto with Bacon and Leeks

Risotto + Bacon + Leeks

Bacon and leeks have always been a match made in heaven, so folding them in with creamy risotto seemed like a no brainer. I have been kind of obsessed with risotto ever since I found out about my wheat allergy. It’s the one of few Italian foods that are not off limits. It’s easy to make and pairs well with most seasonal fall veggies. Read more