I made these cozy gluten free apple pie pancakes for Earth Fare, where I found all of the healthy ingredients to transform a classic dessert into a wholesome breakfast.
I always liked helping out in the kitchen as a kid, but the first recipe I ever made on my own was an apple pie for Thanksgiving. I remember so well the feelings that I had while I made it—cutting the crisp apples, smelling the warm spices, peeking into the oven as it baked.
Classic apple pie has a lot of ingredients that I still have to avoid, but I think that these pancakes do a pretty good job of capturing the essence of apple pie—and fulfilling everyone’s dream of having dessert for breakfast. Continue reading
My dad’s an awesome cook, and his version of puttanesca sauce probably wins the award for most requested around our house.
One of the best parts is that he always makes way more than we need, so K and I get sent home with containers of leftovers that we are more than happy to put to good use.
Since I’m not a “traditional” pasta eater, I usually have my puttanesca sauce over spaghetti squash, or zoodles. But more often than not, I just end up eating it straight out of the container. With nothing to come in between me and all of that saucy puttanesca goodness.
Which is kind of where I got the idea for this puttanesca soup. I mean there’s no denying that those briney, sultry flavors are delicious—and when they come together in a warm, comforting bowl of soup—who in their right senses could complain?? Continue reading
We recently returned home from our time in Greece, and I can easily say that it was the best trip of my life. We really squeezed a lot into two weeks, so I’ve decided to split it into two posts, starting with our trip to Mykonos! Continue reading
I absolutely love it when you start to feel Fall creep in. The sticky summer humidity and the buzzing mosquitoes fade away and you suddenly feel an extra pep in your step as the crisp, cool air replaces them.
The obvious downside of Fall, though, is the colds, flus, sniffles, and coughs that sneak their way in with the new season. So we like to be prepared with an arsenal of immune boosters and delicious food-as-medicine remedies. Continue reading