Sweet Potato Toast

Sweet Potato Toast

Sweet potato toast has been sweeping the internet, and at first I thought it was a weird internet hack, but after a little experimentation it turns out it actually works! Not only are sweet potatoes rich in vitamin A and C, but they are lower glycemic than standard bread making them a great alternative for those limiting carbohydrates or trying to lose weight. Simple to make and ready in a pinch, sweet potato toast makes a healthy breakfast or filling snack. Sweet Potato ToastPaleo, Glut […]

Pesto Grilled Shrimp

Pesto Grilled Shrimp

This pesto recipe is the perfect match for simple grilled shrimp, but could be used as a marinade any meat or as a simple dip or spread. Serve it with crusty bread, toss it into veggies or a simple sauce with breakfast. Pesto Pesto & Grilled ShrimpServes 4Ingredients: 20 large shrimp, deveined and peeled2 cups basil, packed1/3 cup pine nuts or walnuts (I used a mixture)2 gloves garlic, […]

power bowl

Power Bowl with Garlic Tahini Dressing

The term ‘power bowl’ (or macro bowl) simply refers to a mixture of fresh and highly nutritious ingredients that are combined into a bowl for make a hearty and filling meal. Typically you will find a grain, a root vegetable, leafy greens, fresh veggies and some nuts or seeds. The nice thing about making a power bowl is that you are able to use up any odds any dinner leftovers for tomorrow lunch it is really the dressing that makes it all come together.  […]

Pesto & Pea Pasta

Pesto & Pea Pasta

Buckwheat noodles are currently my noodle of choice. Energizing and nutritious, buckwheat is often used as an alternative to rice or made into porridge. In Asian cuisine, buckwheat noodles are a very popular choice for hot broths or chilled salads, also referred to as soba noodles. Soba is the Japanese name for buckwheat.Buckwheat is a gluten-free grain, that is in fact a seed, and a member of the rhubarb family. High in protein and rich in flavonoids, manganese and magnesium, buc […]

Coconut Crusted Fish Tacos

Coconut Crusted Fish Tacos

Since I was a kid I’ve always enjoyed taco night dinner, but this recipe is a far cry from that Old El Paso kit!  It seems fish tacos are the “it” food of 2016, popping up on restaurant menus near and far. Typically battered and fried, a fish taco can punch way above it’s weight in calories, not always making them a healthy option. However, these spiced coconut crusted fish tacos involve no frying at all; just a little baking and a little broiling, making them a healthy homemade Mexican fea […]