Tag: vegetarian

Meal Prep Mediterranean Quinoa Bowls

Hello everyone! A few weeks back I asked you all what you wanted to see more of on the blog, and I got an overwhelming amount of requests for MORE RECIPES! I know I’m kinda cheating because I posted this one on my Instagram feed a while ago, but I love it so much that

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Hen House CSA | Baked Parmesan Kale Chips

I don’t know about you guys, but I just love summer so much. It’s definitely my favorite time of the year, and it’s going so fast! Per usual. I love summer because it’s sunny, it’s warm (okay, in KC it’s freaking HOT), but occasionally I might get to hang out next to a body of

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Five-Ingredient Guacamole

Is the day after Cinco de Mayo too late to be posting a guacamole recipe? I mean, guacamole is delicious at all times, right? After almost three years of blogging you’d think I’d be getting better at the whole planning ahead for holidays thing. But, no such luck. It’s crazy how you get through one

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WFTW Veggie Flatbreads

If you follow me on Instagram, you know I love a good flatbread, and I whip one up almost every week for “Meatless Monday”. It’s such an easy and delicious meal to make vegetarian! Some of you may think it’s preposterous to eat pizza without meat on it, but don’t knock it ’til you try

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Mexi-Veggie Stuffed Sweet Potato

I feel like the whole “meal prep” thing has really been catching on lately. Not just with all the foodies I follow, but with some of my friends and family members too, and I love seeing it! Mostly because as a dietitian, I preach it all the time. Whenever someone comes to me about their struggles with

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Sweet Potato Black Bean Chili — Your New Favorite Meatless Meal!

If you’re planning to eat healthier in 2017, I want to challenge you to start eating more meatless meals while you’re at it. Studies have shown that the more plant foods you include in your diet, the lower your risk for heart disease, heart attack, stroke, some cancers, obesity and diabetes. Eating more plants can also boost energy

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