If you know me, you know I love matcha. And now that it’s winter, we all have the perfect excuse to drink matcha lattes all day every day. I use the microwave to make my lattes, so if you’re a microwave-hater, you can easily do this on the stove top. I just find it easier/quicker … More Matcha Latte Recipe • Dairy Free/Vegan
Why are weeknight meals always so stressful and annoying to prepare? I often find myself racking my brain on my commute home– Should I make pasta? No, that’s too heavy. Sweet potatoes with rice/veggies? No, that’ll take too long. Salad? No, that’s boring. However, I have discovered a recipe that is healthy, versatile, quick, and … More My Favorite Weeknight Meal: Spicy Burrito Bowl
The nimono, or simmering, technique is by far my favorite way to cook kabocha squash. It also happens to be the fastest and easiest way. That’s a win-win situation, if I’ve ever seen one. Let’s start with the basics: WHAT IS KABOCHA? Japanese pumpkin Pretty heavy (2-3 lbs) Green/orange Tastes richer and sweeter than … More NIMONO: The Best Way to Cook Kabocha
Black beans in a brownie? Ew. Those were my first thoughts when I initially heard of black bean brownies. I thought they would just be flavorless blocks of black beans, with the name ‘brownies’ stuck on only to attract attention.
If you want to start cooking more frequently and healthily but don’t know where to start, roasted veggies are a fantastic option. Whenever I’m unsure of what I want to make for dinner or am too lazy to try something new, roasted veggies are always there for me. Reliable, delicious, and versatile, there’s no reason … More The best roasted veggies in 5 steps
Take your condiment game to the next level with this natural and super nutritious ingredient. … More 3 Simple Sauces, 1 Super Ingredient