Everything is peachy! I’ve got some extra peaches and I love red wine, so why not make red wine baked peaches? These peaches will be a delicious dessert on its own or with vanilla ice cream.
These pickled onions are a sweet and bright topping to any sandwich, salad, or darn near anything. These onions are super easy to make and absolutely delicious. As a bonus, you can use the vinegar to make your own vinaigrette dressing.
Copycat RX bars are back! This time we’re mixing up the classic sea salt chocolate copycat RX bars and doing raspberry chocolate copycat RX bars. I’m hoping for the same deliciousness as the sea salt chocolate copycat bars.
Have you heard all the bad things about dryer sheets? Not only are they expensive, they often have unlisted or untested ingredients, can be harmful to sensitive skin, and cause towels to be less absorbent. These homemade dryer balls are the perfect replacement to dryer sheets. They’re also cheap, easy, and reusable!
I had a lot of leftover jalapeños and had just finished a jar of pickled jalapeños – perfect timing! I love the taste of fresh jalapeños but can’t always handle the spice. I find pickled jalapeños are muted on the spiciness and flavor. I’ll marinate them a shorter period of time than store-bought jalapeños to see if I can find a balance that works for me. You’ll need an airtight jar to store the pickles – this is a great chance to upcycle!
Miso paste is great, but a little bit goes a long way. I like squeezing into a lot of my recipes to add variety. It adds saltiness and “funkiness” to anything so it holds up against the brussel sprouts. The sesame oil is a great earthy complement to the funkiness of the miso.
I’m a huge fan of cilantro and jalapeno. I stumbled upon the zhoug sauce at Trader Joe’s and have been putting it on everything. I used to make my own herb marinades for pan searing chicken, but this is a quick and easy alternative. The bold and bright flavors really complement the savory chicken thighs.
These three-ingredient cookies are easy to make and even easier to eat. They are very soft and can be easily made with ingredients already in your pantry.
A homemade version of the popular and delicious sea salt chocolate RX bar. I always balk at the prices of RX bars, so I’ve decided to make my own. Based on several copycat recipies I’ve tried, I’ve tweaked this one to be the perfect combination. It has the consistency and taste that I enjoy most about a real RX bar.
A simple salad with furikaki-crusted tuna over a bed of greens topped with a kick of wasabi sesame vinaigrette. Fridge to table in less than 15 minutes! A very low calories and low carb meal for those looking to eat healthy.