Wasabi Ginger Deviled Eggs, a Japanese twist on the American classic. Made with farm fresh eggs, tangy wasabi, minced ginger, and topped with sesame seeds and pickled ginger, these spicy deviled eggs are a perfect alternative to the Easter Sunday tradition. This recipe was originally posted in April 2018 and was updated in April 2019.
Mushroom Dijon Sourdough Breakfast Strata, a simple one-pan spring brunch casserole made with mushrooms, shallots, Maille Old Style Mustard, goat cheese, mozzarella, and fresh thyme that’s the perfect make-ahead breakfast recipe. Simple, savory, delicious! This post is sponsored by Maille, please see our Disclosure for more information on sponsored content. The age old question: sweet
Ricotta Crepes with Vanilla Bourbon Strawberries, a boozy twist on brunch. A French-inspired sweet ricotta-stuffed crepe recipe with strawberries cooked in bourbon and vanilla. Decadent and delicious! This recipe was originally posted in May 2018 and the instructions were updated in March 2019. Who doesn’t love a delicious crepe? Whether it’s smothered in Nutella, sprinkled
Triple Berry Banana Smoothie, a simple vegan smoothie recipe made with raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries and plant-based protein and protein powder. Only 5-ingredients and 5 minutes for this simple snack or grab-and-go breakfast! Are you a smoothie lover? When the smoothie craze hit its peak a few years ago I didn’t jump on the bandwagon.
Mediterranean Chickpea Harissa Frittata, a simple one-pan vegetable frittata made with pulses, sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, feta cheese, za’atar seasoning, and spicy harissa. A simple savory breakfast or easy cast iron skillet weeknight meal! Question for you: do you consider frittatas a breakfast or a savory lunch or dinner meal? I tend to prefer savory breakfasts
Blood Orange Frozen Berry Smoothie, a simple smoothie recipe featuring winter citrus, frozen berries, leafy greens, and chia seeds. Let’s celebrate citrus season! It’s blood orange season! It’s that bright time of winter when we see the citrus start flooding into the markets. Which means it’s time to celebrate citrus season with a bright and