Southeast Asian cuisine is some of my absolute favorite food out there. I love this curry recipe. It’s super simple to throw together and it only requires probably 20 minutes of work on your part outside of cook time. I love making up a big batch of curry and taking the leftovers for lunches all week. It is a great topping for salad, inside a pita, or part of your grain bowl. Let me know how you like it! Ingredients: Veggies of choices (I usually do a head of cauliflower, 1-2
This topic is personal and a little triggering for some but I feel like it’s an important subject to talk about. In our society, we tend to pretend like it doesn’t happen. Disordered eating and eating disorders are ALL around us. From the latest diet fad to the constant calories counting to emotionally eating entire tubs of ice cream, disordered eating patterns have become a norm in our lives. I rarely go a day without seeing or hearing something that fits into this category.
As soon as I mentioned to people that I was going on a road trip, one of the first things they asked was what I was going to eat. First off, I’m broke. I wasn’t even sure how I could possibly afford to go on a month long road trip. Second off, I’m vegan. Not normally an issue but you can always run into issues. However, planning meals and whipping up snacks is my guilty pleasure. I absolutely love to cook and throw together new foods. But for some, a trip like this can be dau
I’m not a huge fan of cereal. It’s always getting soggy so quick and an entire box doesn’t even fill me up. But you know what I do love…granola. It’s always so crunchy, it’s not overly sweet, it’s easy to make, and it pairs so great with fresh fruit. I whipped up a batch of this PB protein granola for my road trip. It can easily be made without protein powder but I decided to boost the nutrients to ensure I had enough easy sources of protein on the road. You can make so many
My mom is the worst when it comes to making time for food. If it’s not simple or right in front of her, she doesn’t make time for it. So I make her these! They’re nutrient dense, packed with protein, healthy fats, and tons of micronutrients. There’s so many variations you can make with protein balls. Add chocolate chips, switch out walnuts for cashews, use chocolate protein, agave instead of maple syrup, or swap PB for any of the countless alternatives you can find at the sto