These Peanut Butter Banana Muffins (no dairy or wheat) are perfect for a breakfast on the go, pre-run snack, or post-workout recovery. Actually, they’re great as an anytime snack, and since they’re low in sugar, there’s no justification needed to enjoy!
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This is a happy compromise meal – my sons love spaghetti and meatballs; I love veggies. Enter turkey meatballs mixed with shredded zucchini! Use any tomato sauce and spaghetti (or spaghetti squash) you prefer; we went with a gluten-free brown rice noodle.
We used rice noodles instead of traditional wheat-based cu main or udon for this version of the Chinese Sichuan noodle dish. We made this specifically for weekday lunches, as it’s easy to portion and travels well. We also added steamed broccoli since the original recipe didn’t include any veggies.
We wanted to love this easy one-pan meal, but the flavors didn’t quite mesh together. If we were going to make this again, we’d use a combination of yellow potatoes and turnips to partner with the apples, instead of fennel. We’d also keep the oven at a constant temperature and […]
Roasted veggies, fresh fish, and a birthday brunch for our now nine-year-old were the highlights of this week. We hope you enjoy! Saturday- Our younger son tossed in the chocolate chips for his birthday morning Peanut Butter Oven Pancake. With this recipe, you can turn any batch of pancakes into […]
When I first learned I was allergic to dairy, I actually mourned the loss of homemade Caesar salad from my life because it was one of my favorite “fancy” salads to make at home. This recipe brings me joy, not only because it’s fast and easy, or because it’s a […]
These brownies are dark, rich, moist, and hearty; they’re more sophisticated than a traditional brownie, especially with our addition of a flax egg. The recipe calls for a full cup of PB2 organic powdered peanut butter, but the end result isn’t too nutty. They’re still sweet enough for our younger […]
Our younger son loves tuna – our older son is a salmon fan. The key to success with this recipe is to purchase sushi grade tuna. The original recipe came from Bon Appetit, and was for an appetizer. We served this with Japanese rice and Fresh Corn Salad, as a […]
We had one head of cabbage leftover from a farm basket, and before it got too wilted, we roasted it. Saved! This breakfast only looks fancy; it’s quite simple and delicious! You can make amp up the spice by adding more crushed red pepper.
Our older’s son favorite fish is salmon. You can customize this easy salmon and rice bowl by using your favorite hot sauce for the chili lime dressing. You can use whatever fresh veggies you have in the fridge to slice up a batch of quick pickles. We served this with […]