Pasta salad is one of the easiest things to make. You can take whatever veggies, pasta, and beans you have, throw them together, and you’ll probably end up with something tasty. They’re also great because they work as a side or a main dish. Continue reading “Cucumber Arugula Pasta Salad”
September has brought some cooler weather, and it has put me in the mood for soup! This mushroom quinoa soup is super light, perfect for early fall. I know it’s not quite fall yet, but with the weather we’ve had lately, it certainly has felt like fall.
September is upon us, which means that the last few days of summer are winding down. My favorite summertime snack is anything watermelon, and the number of watermelons I bought this summer is crazy. This frozen watermelon margarita is the perfect way to celebrate the end of summer! Continue reading “Frozen Watermelon Margarita”
I’ve wanted to try making a vegan queso for a while now, and this blog was the perfect excuse to finally do it. It was pretty intimidating, because regular queso is already so tasty. So I researched a couple recipes, and finally gave it a shot. Continue reading “Vegan Queso Dip”
Quesadillas are extremely versatile, and this recipe puts a Mediterranean spin on things. Greek quesadillas with chickpeas for extra protein may be my new favorite thing to eat. I couldn’t get over how tasty these were!
Zucchini boats are a great way to serve up a healthy, veggie packed meal that also taste amazing. I put a southwest spin on these zucchini boats, and I’m super happy with the results.
One of my go-to meals in college was this wrap. It’s easy, simple, and delicious; what more could a college kid want? Packed with healthy nutrients, this wrap is sure to be a great lunch or dinner for any age.
This dish is extremely simple to make, plus it only takes one pan! I love the taste of summer veggies; they’re so rich and savory that it makes fitting your veggies in easy.
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These savory quinoa burgers are extremely versatile, and make the perfect meatless meal. I had enough burgers to last for several meals, which is always helpful for a busy week.
The thing I love about these burgers is they can be served so many different ways! The first night I made these, I placed them on a bed of greens and topped them with parmesan cheese and diced tomatoes. I took a couple to work one day topped with leftover mediterranean bean salad. I was craving something more Italian-themed one night, and had some pasta sauce in the fridge, so I smothered the burgers in marina sauce and parmesan cheese. You could even make a hearty breakfast by topping the burgers with a fried egg. Continue reading “Mushroom Quinoa Burgers”