Salmon is such a healthy and flavorful fish. I brush it with a simple mixture of olive oil, honey, garlic, and cilantro which gives the salmon a sweet and herbal flavor. Finish with a squeeze of lemon and serve with basmati rice and fresh asparagus and you have ha beautiful springtime meal.
Don’t toss those broccoli stems. Cut the touch peel away from stems and discard. Chop the remaining stems and use along with the florets. Slice and serve right from the skillet.
Most of us consider breakfast the most important meal of the day. Instant oatmeal packets are a lifesaver for busy mornings, but consider making your own instant oatmeal jars. Buy oatmeal, dried fruit and nuts in bulk and make your own version of instant oatmeal. You’ll be saving money at the same time. Use cute mason jars to portion out your breakfast.
This comfort classic gets a lighter spin, making it easier to keep up with eating healthier. Every part of the broccoli goes into this vegan soup along with homemade croutons that add a definite crunch. Serve for lunch or as a light dinner.
Increase your intake of nutrients and antioxidants when your body needs a reset. You can make it easier by pre-portioning spinach and fruit into freezer bags. Just grab a bag from the freezer on busy mornings and blend with milk and honey. It’s that easy.
Bright lemon, pistachios, sweet honey, and sharp horseradish complement the richness of salmon.
Crisp apples and dried cranberries come together in a fresh Autumn salad. Feel free to double or triple for a larger group.
Sweet and tasty, winter squash is a great side dish for the time of the year when the oven is your friend.
Red, juicy watermelon and strawberries are soul mates. Both need salt, spice, and fat to reach their full potential.
This creamy side dish goes well with any meal. Try swapping regular potatoes for yams for a sweeter version.