recipes

Gluten Free Thai-Inspired Vegetarian Buddha Bowls

These Vegetarian Buddha Bowls are fresh, delicious and packed with goodness. Roasted vegetables nestle up with crisp cabbage, chickpeas, broccoli and more – all smothered in an addictive peanut sauce. Lauren Daniel, our newest contributor, is here for a rescue in the form of the a Vegetarian Buddha Bowl!  She’s a freelance graphic designer by day and a self-taught home cook by night. After health issues turned her to gluten-free living, she decided to teach herself to adapt recipes she loves and now she’s going to be …

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Whole30 Meal Plan || Week 4

I am hitting the Texas road this weekend with some of best blogging pals and headed to Round Top this weekend and couldn’t be more excited!  What kinds of treasures will we found?! What kind of adventures will be had?!  Only time (and Instagram) will tell!  Speaking of fun weekends, if we prepped you for the holiday weekend last week by serving you up recipes for blackberry cobbler and lobster grilled cheese, it seems only right that we follow it up, post-holiday weekend today with something of a detox.  This is our fourth and final …

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Whole30 Meal Plan || Week 3

The alternative title to this post was ‘Confessions of a Whole30 Drop Out’.  It’s true!  We were just about done with Day 5, grocery shopping on a Sunday evening in Central Market when I turned to Aaron and said, “I don’t think I want to do this anymore.”  I’m an impulsive person and we hadn’t exactly planned ahead.   We knew we were going to be spending the coming weekend with friends out at a house on the river in the middle of nowhere where we would have to bring all of our own food and …

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Roasted Fingerling Potatoes with Garlic Herb Aioli (Whole30 Approved!)

These roasted fingerling potatoes are and easy and delicious whole30 compliant side dish that will leave you wanting more! Served with a creamy garlic herb aioli, they are perfect to serve as an appetizer for game day or as part of a main course. I have really been loving being in the kitchen lately and experimenting with things that I don’t usually cook, potatoes being one of them.  I love sweet potatoes and always think of them as generally healthier than a regular potato, so that’s naturally where I go for a starchy side. When …

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