This beautiful Rose Cacao Elixir recipe features the heart-opening of rose petals, relaxing and stimulating cacao, and warming spices
I’m launching four cooking classes at my house so that we can stir our way into the holiday season with healthy, wholesome recipes you’ll LOVE!
As the days get shorter, I’m craving nourishing soups! This list of 10 vegan soup recipes from my (decade+ recipe archive!) will get you started in the right way! This list includes a wide range of flavors, from Macrobiotic-inspired miso soup, to traditionally spiced Black Bean Stew, or Italian-herb rich Minestrone, to wilder flavor combinations, like my pumpkin chili recipe.
This homemade Dark Forest Chai is an ideal Fall & Winter tea—made with healing, nourishing herbs, it’s great anytime of day. Caffeine-free! I make this homemade blend using honeybush tea as the base, along with rich ginger, cinnamon, and cacao flavors.
This vegan Hot & Sour Soup is really quick and delicious, bringing together bold flavors with a super clean ingredient list.
Have you always wondered how to cook with cast iron pans? This is one of my favorite kitchen tools, and I’ve shared all my best tips here for how to season, clean, store, and cook with cast iron, along with some great examples of the types of foods you can cook in cast iron pans.
There are few things that signal summer than delicious barbecued veggies, and IMO the best thing to pair with veggies is pineapple.
Delicious & nutritious Papaya Breakfast Bowls feature locally-made yogurt, more fresh fruits, and an awesome gluten-free no-bake granola!
I love this snazzy version of a Caesar salad. This version is boosted with hidden veggies and a whole-foods based dressing that’s super delicious.
Bridge the gap between seasons with this lovely, bright salad. The vibrant colors of winter beets paired with the lightness of the leafy greens is just magical. Topped with a pungent mustard-seed dressing and tangy feta, it’s a salad to enjoy all Spring long.
Sweet potato hash is a great recipe to have in your repertoire: it’s quick, easy, and nourishing. Hash is basically a stir-fry but with potatoes. For this, I chose bright purple Okinawan sweet potatoes, but you can use whatever you have on hand.
Could my favorite veggie make the best snack even better?! YES! Creamy, dreamy, and NOURISHING kabocha squash pairs wonderfully with garbanzos and Indian spices in this lovely version of hummus.