A couple weeks ago, I prepped some green juice freezer bags so I could make it quickly in the morning on my way to work. It was so good – I felt great after drinking it, and it helped me not feel so starving by the time I ate breakfast (which is usually around 11amContinue reading “Green Juice”
Find the recipe here. The mix of curry, coconut, and spinach reminded me of some of my favorite Jamaican flavors. Really the only way to make this recipe any easier is to buy pre-cut vegetables (I used 2 bags of pre-chopped cauliflower, about 10oz each).
I decided to try my hand at one of these fancy breakfast bowls that are all over instagran, and this easy version did not disappoint. This sweet potato breakfast bowl recipe is from From My Bowl, and if I can do it, you can too. Sweet potatoes are the only thing that requires cooking! FindContinue reading “Breakfast Bowl”
As a personal rule, if there are funky tomatoes available I always choose them. Mixing it up means a greater variety of nutrients and prettier food in general. Win win.
Hey heathens. Welcome to my first official wellness wednesday post, and thanks for joining me. We’re officially 8 days into a new decade, and January trends are in full force. My classes at the gym are full of new faces. A bunch of my colleagues suddenly have new haircuts or glasses. And my Instagram feedContinue reading “Wellness Wednesday – Meal prep, homeostasis, and why I don’t eat salads”
Lentils cooked with garam masala over roasted sweet potatoes, topped with a dollop of hummus. It didn’t even need the hummus, it was great without it too.
I made this recently, it was so easy and pretty quick to throw together. This recipe makes 4 servings. Ingredients: 2 acorn squash, halved with seeds removed 2 cans chickpeas, rinsed and drained 3 stalks celery, thinly sliced or chopped a handful of dried cranberries a handful of walnuts, chopped Preheat oven to 400°F. PlaceContinue reading “Stuffed Acorn Squash Recipe”
My first meal prep of 2020 will be roasting and stuffing these bad boys with a bunch of lovely ingredients. One of my goals for the next few months is to cook more intuitively and use fewer recipes. For this week’s meal prep, I’m using up food that’s already on-hand, including a shit ton ofContinue reading “First Meal Prep of 2020”
is ‘takeout and leftovers’ for every meal season over yet?! with holiday travels finally done, I’m really looking forward to getting back on my regular cooking schedule! delicious meal pictured here from @dirteatclean
these lil cuties went into the soba noodle dish i made earlier this week.