Simplified Israeli-Style Hummus

Today I'm sharing my secrets for easy, authentic Mediterranean-style hummus.  With just a couple easy hacks you will have next-level, silky smooth hummus that is wonderfully rich.  This is the stuff hummus dreams are made of.  Grab a can of chickpeas (yes, you can achieve Israeli-style hummus with a can) and your favorite hummus vehicle

5-Minute Stovetop Granola

Homemade granola in five minutes!?  Yes, really! No oven required.  Just a handful of ingredients and your pan.  If you can stir, you can do this.  Promise. My oven has been acting funky this week, so now you have this easy stovetop granola recipe that requires just one pan and six main ingredients.  That is

Mini Peppers Stuffed with Roasted Sweet Pepper Hummus

I'm a huge fan of easy-to-pull-together nutritious finger-food.  These Mini Peppers Stuffed with Roasted Sweet Pepper Hummus are delicious bite-sized poppable party appetizers.  They are also vegan, gluten-free, nut-free and contain no refined sugar. With the Super Bowl right around the corner, I thought this recipe would provide some inspiration for a fun, colorful plant-based appetizer to

Split Pea & Red Lentil Creamy Vegetable Turmeric Soup

This post is brought to you by Imagine.  In partnership with Imagine, I encourage you to embrace creativity in your at-home cooking by experimenting with your own simple and approachable recipes. I love a steamy, creamy bowl of comforting soup during winter to make my body feel boosted, energized and healthier. This soup is like

Mexican Veggie Burrito Bowls

Speedy, healthy dinners are my love language these days.  This one is ready in under 30 minutes.  With three young kids I want to be able to get dinner on the table fast but also feel good about what I'm putting on the table (and in our bodies).  These burrito-like bowls have been game changers for us. 

Vegan Apple Pie Smoothie

I am a year-round smoothie kind of girl.  My morning just feels incomplete if I don't start it with a nutrient-packed smoothie. I just find them to be so easy and refreshing in the mornings.  Even in winter I love to cozy up to a smoothie with a sweatshirt, warm blanket and cup of steaming hot tea

Spiced Lentil & Split Pea Soup in a Jar: A Food Gift for the Holidays

This post is brought to you by Imagine.  In partnership with Imagine, I encourage you to embrace creativity in your at-home cooking by experimenting with your own simple and approachable recipes. These colorful mason jars layered with legumes, rice and spices make the most adorable, thoughtful and delicious holiday gifts for teachers, hosts, your favorite barista, neighbors, friends, family or really anyone

Quinoa Cauliflower “Rice”

Cauliflower rice has been a trend for a couple of years now and continues to be gaining popularity.  It is a great way to sneak more vegetables into your diet.  I love to make it with store-bought frozen riced cauliflower but you could certainly buy fresh or make your own cauliflower rice in your food

Creamy Pitaya Beet Smoothie

This smoothie has been giving me life lately.  It is my go-to reset smoothie and it tastes absolutely incredible.  It is creamy, sweet, earthy and has the most vibrant magenta color.  I love when nature makes gorgeous colors like this. I'm loving this smoothie because it gets me a fruit, a vegetable, plant-based protein and

Easy Instant Pot Vegan Butternut Squash Soup (+ Stove Top & Slow Cooker Instructions)

This comforting, vibrant soup is creamy and flavorful without any dairy or butter.  It would be the perfect healthy addition for Thanksgiving dinner or any fall-time gathering.  Everyone loves the velvety, silky-smooth texture and slightly sweet and nutty taste of butternut squash soup. This recipe includes instructions for your stove top, slow cooker and Instant Pot.  For

Sweet Potato Pie Smoothie Bowl (+ Vitamix Giveaway)

You can enter to win two Vitamix blenders at the bottom of this post (directly below the recipe).  Good luck! I have been into no-fruit smoothies lately.  Nothing against fruit at all (love fruit and eat it every day), but sometimes I like to use smoothies as a way to sneak more vegetables into my diet early

Three Bean Chili

Growing up, almost every Sunday during football season my dad made a huge pot of chili.  His chilis were totally epic.  He would taste, adjust seasonings and stir it regularly as it simmered on the stove for hours. It was a ritual.  He liked to let it really thicken and for the flavors to meld together.  I

Pecan Encrusted Delicata Squash and Quinoa Kale Salad with Creamy Maple-Garlic Tahini Dressing

Fall is my favorite time of year for salads.  I love to top them with warm roasted squash, thick creamy homemade dressings and seasonal and colorful ingredients.  This salad is both beautifully vibrant and filling.  It offers plant-based protein from the pecans, quinoa and tahini.  I've been enjoying this salad all fall and am excited to

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