Tired of making the same old vegetable side dishes?
If so, here is a delicious, simple cauliflower recipe you can add to your rotation!
I love how versatile cauliflower is. In my opinion it has a milder flavor which really allows it to soak in the flavor of its seasoning.
I got this roasted cauliflower recipe from a friend a few years ago and it has become a keeper. The combination of sweet and savory is just perfect.
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The other day my family visited my brother and sister-in-law and enjoyed quite a feast. Upon returning home I decided it was the perfect night for a healthy, quinoa dish.
There are endless ways to prepare quinoa. Hot. Cold. With veggies. With meat. Nuts, seeds, cheese….
I like experimenting with different combinations, and this time I scored a home run and couldn’t wait to share it with you! It’s the perfect mix of veggies with some crunch and a little sweetness to boot! (Don’t forget to check out the time saver tips at the end of the post.) Continue reading
For those of you who have been following my blog for some time, you know I am obsessed with the Veggetti. For those of you who are new to the blog, you can learn all about the Veggetti and why I love it here. And here is another post with a Veggetti recipe.
I swear I am not a Veggetti rep. It’s just that it has really opened up my world to healthy recipes with zucchini spaghetti and I truly want to share the love.
SOOO….I am giving away FIVE Veggetti’s! Yup! 5 lucky winners will win the best kitchen tool ever.
I’m very excited to tell you about my latest discovery – riced cauliflower.
Basically, it’s cauliflower shredded down into crumbles that resemble rice. And the best part? You can buy it already riced! So far I’ve seen it in two places: Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s. You can bet that it’s much cheaper at Trader Joe’s so you might want to try there first. Trader Joe’s also has frozen riced cauliflower in addition to fresh, so I highly recommend always having a bag or two in your freezer for days you want to whip up a quick veggie dish.
I live for the Veggetti. It’s this cute little gadget that makes veggies turn into spaghetti! It is so easy to use and takes less than one minute to spiralize one zucchini.
Once I spiralize it, I saute it up with some olive oil and sea salt, and add some type of pre made sauce. EASY. QUICK. HEALTHY. Right up my alley.
Today I want to share my newest discovery from Trader Joe’s. (Click here to see how I feel about Trader Joe’s.)