Zucchini and carrot pancakes are incredibly easy to make and a perfect way to sneak veggies into your kids lunch or snack. My Secret Zucchini and Carrot Pancakes Tool: While these pancakes are truly easy to make, there is one kitchen tool that makes it even easier. It’s the mighty fish spatula (also known as a fish turner […]
Warm and creamy ham and bean soup with chunks of ham or pancetta is perfect for cooler days. It is thick and cream without the use of flour or cream. A Peasant Dish: Ham and Bean Soup A portion of the bean soup is pureed before the soup is finished to give it thickness and creamy texture. You […]
These dairy-free mashed potatoes are light and airy thanks to parsnip and a secret ingredient. They are also thick and satisfying with a beautiful garlicky flavor. No butter, no milk, no dairy of any kind! My Secret Ingredient in Dairy-Free Mashed Potatoes We all know that you’d need butter and cream to make mashed potatoes. Well, […]
I’ve been a fan of rolled chicken thighs forever. And yet, it took me ages to make them myself. I was mainly afraid that I’d overcook the meat or even worse, not cook it enough. Because who wants to serve raw chicken? After a lot of trial and error, I got it just right. So here it is – […]
These buckwheat banana muffins rise exceptionally well in the oven; so well I decided to name them Texas-sized muffins, as homage to my adopted home state. Buckwheat flour gives muffins a lovely earthy twist and pairs well with bananas. Add some orange or lemon zest and crumbled oats for a crunch.
Here’s a healthy school lunch idea that you can easily adjust to your child’s preferences. You know, my child loves tomatoes but yours may hate them. While yours may love chicken and mine will not touch it. I don’t know about you but my adorable child loves practicing his new favorite word, which is “no”. So be a […]