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.
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 […]
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 […]
Hello dear readers! I am well aware that it has been a while since my last recipe. Cooking in the Thyme for Honey kitchen has been…let’s call it adventurous. Everything and anything went wrong while I was working on fresh blog posts; from cake batter leaking out and burning on the bottom of my oven, […]