If you’re looking for an easy dinner that’s kid-friendly, low cost, and enables you to make use of random leftover veggies in your fridge, then this Chicken Casserole is your answer. We were inspired by the Fish Loaf recipe from PlumPetals and since we didn’t have any canned fish in […]
Recipes adapted to leverage natural sweeteners and avoid processed sugars.
For Passover this year, we focused on recipes that avoided matzah. This savory combo of spicy lemongrass stewed chicken and Jamie Geller’s Persian Quinoa is perfect for Passover or all year round. We kept the quinoa sugar-free, and we found the fresh orange juice added just enough brightness.
If you’re looking for a quick snack before a workout, or a pick-me-up with a cup of coffee, these energy balls are easy to make and have just a touch of sweetness. The original recipe came from Jamie Geller, but we amped up the coffee quota a bit to add […]
This is a decidedly non-traditional approach to “baked potatoes” and we veered far off-script from The New York Times’ original recipe with our seasoning and sauce choices. Our instincts were rewarded with a mildly spicy, but heavily delicious, potato entree. We served this as an entree and kept our meal […]
This curry recipe is nightshade- and dairy-free; it’s simple and light, and pairs beautifully with sweet roasted green beans. It’s also a relatively inexpensive meal – we used frozen fillets of Tilapia. We recommend squeezing lemon juice onto the cooked, seasoned fish to add a nice bright note. If you […]
Mangoes naturally sweetness make it easy to prepare a sugar-free breakfast bread or afternoon snack. We adapted this from a wheat-free Moist Mango Bread recipe from Preheat To 350° and based on our experience, we’re definitely going to try more of her recipes! This dairy-free loaf was perfect when paired […]