What five items do you have in your kitchen? We asked, you answered! And Megan Mitchell is here to turn those ingredients into two unique, easy recipes. Keep reading to see the sweet and savory items that make these dishes special.
When it comes to kid-friendly recipes, there are two options: recipes you can make with a young sous chef by your side, and recipes you need to tackle alone (but will be devoured by the whole family). Today’s post highlights both, so you can bring some sanity back to the kitchen. Let’s dive in!
Whenever you change up your eating routine, there’s bound to be a bit of a learning curve. Practicing paleo is a lifestyle change that involves focusing on caveman-inspired ingredients and habits (like limiting screen time at night), while Whole30® guides you to give up gluten, grains, legumes, and other ingredients for 30 days to help ...
If you’re trying to avoid FODMAPs (a group of carbs found in certain foods) but not trying to eliminate delicious meals from your daily routine, today’s Prep School episode is for you. Megan Mitchell is mixing up meatballs with low FODMAP ingredients, like ground turkey, EVOO, almond flour, and fresh herbs. Serve them with fresh ...
After months of cold weather and crock pot recipes, it’s time to spring forward and awaken your kitchen with fresh flavors of the season. With a bounty of seasonal fruit and vegetables at your fingertips and our curated collection of spring recipes at-the-ready, whipping up a delicious meal is almost effortless.
[schema description]This muffin has everything you’re looking for in a quick breakfast. Easy to make in advance? Check. Wholesome ingredients? You bet. Hemp hearts contain all 20 amino acids, plus protein and magnesium to boot. Plus, a trio of alternative flours (sprouted brown rice, almond, and tapioca) keeps this batch gluten-free. Shredded zucchini is an ...
[schema description]I returned home from Rome this summer inspired by the classic pasta dish Cacio e Pepe (“cheese and pepper”). This healthy twist features zucchini noodles as the base for a simple combination of ingredients like sharp, salty sheep’s milk cheese and bright and spicy freshly ground pepper. This dish is minimal, but magical.[/schema]
[schema description]Pizza night doesn’t have to ruin your diet. Toss the crust aside and turn to a healthier (and yummier) alternative—zucchini! This recipe is naturally gluten-free and low in carbs, offering a fresh twist on classic pizza.[/schema]
[schema description]When it’s summertime, the livin’ should be easy. Instead of heating up the oven to make dinner, prepare this cool and refreshing salad made with fresh, raw zucchini, zesty lime, and bright herbs. It’s great for all those barbecue invites, too.[/schema]
[schema description]Rarely seen outside of Provence, socca—a traditional chickpea flour flatbread—deserves a place on the dinner table, and takes just a few minutes to cook in a hot skillet. Though you’d probably find them plain in the Nice market square, we finished ours with a lemony salad of zucchini, watermelon radishes, and feta. Experiment with different ...
[schema description]When the garden (or local farmer’s market) hands you an abundance of zucchini, there’s only one thing to do—make muffins! The squash keeps the batter moist, and pairs perfectly with cacao powder and chocolate chips. Pro tip: Bake these Paleo-friendly muffins ahead of time—they’re more fudge-y and flavorful the next day.[/schema]
[schema description]Whether you’re feeling under the weather or just craving comfort food, this updated chicken noodle soup hits the spot. A bright lemon-ginger broth adds tons of flavor to chicken breasts and mixed veggies, while zucchini “noodles” keep it light and fresh. [/schema]
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