My daughter loves everything sour-vinegar and lemon in particular-so I made her this tart salad dressing with 2 types of vinegar and lemon juice. It goes great with red leaf lettuce or other mild salads. She will eat the whole bowl by herself.
This is a delicious breakfast smoothie bowl. My kids like it so I sweeten it with honey, but you can use agave as well for a vegan version or not sweeten it at all. Top the smoothie bowls with some granola for crunch, nuts, or other berries of your choosing.
This is the perfect recipe if you have a lot of zucchini to use up. It is important to thinly slice the zucchini, so I use the slicer on my box grater. I sometimes fill 4 baking sheets at a time. You can eat it warm or cold. I will eat this portion all by myself.
Don’t waste your beet greens! They taste delicious and can be quickly and easily pan-fried.
This is a great fruit snack in the summer when it’s hot outside and a fun variation on watermelon. Takes no time to make and is super refreshing. Great when you have unannounced guests.
This quick, homemade salad dressing couldn’t be easier! It literally takes 2 minutes to make. Perfect on all sorts of simple green or vegetable salads or to take along in a jar when you’re going camping! It’s also a pretty easy formula to remember.
I make this salad all the time in various configurations, using more or less bell pepper, tomato, or feta cheese, depending on what I have in my fridge. Mixed color bell peppers look prettiest. The dressing couldn’t be easier and can be used on different salads as well.
I make this fried rice recipe with tofu all the time, as we always seem to have leftover cooked rice. You can add other vegetables or leftover cooked chicken as well. Make sure you have all your ingredients prepared by the time you start cooking!
This is my go-to tomato soup recipe. It’s so easy and delicious. It’s easily made vegan (if you use margarine instead of butter or 2 tablespoons of olive oil), ready in 30 minutes, and I give leftovers to my kids for lunch. If you like, you can add cream, but my family likes it the way it is. I usually serve it with rosemary bread for dunking.
I made these clown cupcakes for a circus-themed party for my daughter and the kids loved them. They are easy enough to decorate that you can put your kids to work.