This recipe is something different from the regular plain salad, something a bit more fun. The best part about this dressing is that it’s easy to throw together the day of serving. Pro Tip – a little pinch of sugar in the dressing helps to round out the flavor and make it EXTRA delicious. Highly recommend!
This recipe is great for the summer or fall, a quick bite or family dinner. This recipe calls for couscous, but if you wanted to make it a little heartier, try wheat berries! The extra fiber will help keep you full. And don’t hold back on the garlic. We say one clove, but honestly, 2-3 is the perfect amount!
Oven-baked squash fries? This is a not-so-obvious choice for “making fries” but after giving this recipe a try, I can say it tastes great! Instead of whipping out those potatoes, try squash instead, it’s definitely a unique take on fries. We recommend yellow squash, but let’s be real, this is the perfect occasion for all that leftover zucchini you don’t know what to do with!
No matter the time of year, a good grilled vegetable is hard to beat! Looking for a healthy low calorie meal that is absolutely delicious? Try this grilled eggplant recipe that utilizes lots of herbs to give it a nice pop! Pro tip – To make sure your eggplant isn’t bitter, lay cute slices on a paper towel, salt, and allow the juices to run out. It helps decrease the chance of any bitter aftertastes!
A southern tradition I’m happy to adapt into my life! Have you ever tried your leafy vegetables smothered in butter? Well, if not, here’s your chance to follow a simple recipe to turn your veggies into buttered delight. It’s a great side dish to any sort of Sunday roast or mash potatoes. Or eat it over rice and chicken!