Whether you’re all about the snacks, the commercials, the game, or all three, Super Bowl Sunday is just a couple days away and it’s time to get those menus planned out! So I decided to round up a handful of my favorite healthier Super Bowl snacks for you to add to your spread.
It’s mid-January, and if you’re like me, you’ve likely been on the meal-prep train for the past few weeks. I whipped up these baked white bean “meatballs”—I wish there was a better word, but there isn’t, hence the quotes—and woah, SO GOOD. So easy, so much flavor, and an all-around crowd pleaser.
For years I’ve heard about Britain’s obsession with beans on toast, beans on baked potatoes, beans on everything! I’ve never really understood it, American baked beans are sooo sweet, I can barely eat a couple spoonfuls. But then I thought, what if they weren’t so sweet? What if they were tomato-y, and only slightly sweet, […]
When I say this quick lemon parsley pasta comes together fast, I mean FAST. While waiting for the pasta water to boil, I prepped all the ingredients, then did some laundry, checked my email, and washed some dishes. And since I used chickpea linguine from Banza, this meal had enough protein for me to feel […]
We’ve made it to Super Bowl Sunday, one of the best holidays for SNACKS. Earlier this week I whipped up this sweet potato nacho pie for lunch and it was unanimously voted onto Sunday’s menu. It’s a fork and plate situation, and I’m 100% ok with it. Imagine veggie fajitas, that are baked, with melted […]
When it rains it pours, as the saying goes. Yesterday I had a quiet day of baking, making soup, and learning lines for an audition. Today I have three back to back auditions and 12 pages to memorize in a couple hours. So, I’m taking deep breaths and making this 20 minute green goddess pasta […]
One of the coolest things I learned how to do in 2020 was make homemade sushi rolls. Creating those colorful little gems satisfied my inner artist, as well as my foodie heart. The downside? They take a long time to make. The rice itself takes around 2 hours to cook and cool. So what do […]
Let me tell you about this roasted veggie sheet pan salad, and why you’ll want to be making it at least once a week. First of all, it’s very hands off, but still has tons of flavor, texture, and nutrients, which on busy nights is always a win. As advertised, most of the ingredients are […]
Today finally feels like fall in Los Angeles, it’s 70 degrees, cloudy, and the perfect day for this roasted butternut squash soup. (You may think I’m being facetious, but my family knows I’m dead serious, and don’t question that I’m wearing three layers and fuzzy socks around the house. Temperature is relative, ok?)
I’m not usually one for spicy foods; my nose starts to run, I quickly have to shed whatever sweatshirt I’m wearing, and there must be a tall glass of liquid near by. However, for these spicy buffalo cauliflower tacos, I will sweat until the cows come home! There is so much flavor, texture, and deliciousness […]