If you’re a reformed dairy lover, or simply want to go plant-based, finding a milk alternative that tastes similar to cow’s milk can be hard to find on store shelves without the premium price. This creamy dairy alternative is inexpensive and easy to make. Done in about 10 minutes without additives or hidden ingredients.
Make these for your sweetie for Valentine’s Day! Energy bites are small sweet treats made to keep you fueled throughout the day, whether you’re working out, on the go or just looking to satisfy your sweet tooth. This post features easy energy bites recipes, each taking less than 30 minutes to make and assemble. What better way to say I love you?
Say hello to true blue! Yes, it’s natural and equally delicious. Butterfly pea flowers originate in Thailand and have been used for some time to create beautiful teas that burst with cyan color. The flowers themselves are mild in flavor but make for a great canvas to build flavors. Try this 4-ingredient tea blend and top with your choice of cream to lift your spirits no matter how “blue” your day is looking.
When it comes to Kale & White Bean Soup, simplicity is best. This pantry soup is perfect for any season and a short amount of time in the kitchen. The beauty of this recipe is that 80% of the ingredients are already cooked. It requires minimum assembly on the stove and you’re ready to simmer. Pair with your favorite Italian dish, or serve with a side of crusty bread.
This is the most versatile “set-it-and-forget-it” bread dough and its perfect for those who are intimidated with baking. Use this bread recipe to whip up everything from bread loaves, rolls, quick baguettes and even pizza dough! I like to add honey to my water/yeast starter, to give the dough a touch of sweetness and softness. I’ve halved my recipe to yield enough dough for two large pizzas.