Everyone needs a great turkey soup recipe to solve the post-holiday food dilemma! We all know that feeling when you simply can’t eat one more turkey sandwich, but don’t want to waste an ounce of food. If this describes your current situation, keep reading for my uncomplicated, old-fashioned turkey soup recipe that our kids loved!
Cozy up with these homemade apple cinnamon scones! These biscuits are the hug we all need right now, on a plate. Just add a cup of tea and you’re set.
There is nothing quite like fresh homemade cinnamon buns on a weekend. I’m sharing my Grandma’s old-fashioned recipe with you for a special treat!
A healthy and addictive homemade festive spin on my standard granola! My Gingerbread Granola recipe, just in time for the holiday season! It’s sweet, crunchy and totally Santa-approved.
These Healthier Date Bars are a less indulgent take on the traditional date bar we all love. The perfect wholesome homemade snack, packed with simple and nutrient rich ingredients.
Garlicky Kale Mashed Potatoes make the perfect side dish with a healthier kick for your holiday table (or for any time of the year for that matter). I’ve modified this recipe to have a vegan option with zero taste compromise!
This fall-inspired vegetarian Butternut Squash Lasagne is the perfect baked dish for cozy nights. One-pan dishes like these are great make-ahead meals and are true life-savers when feeding a hungry crowd!
If you look up ‘comfort food’ in a dictionary, I’m pretty sure that you will see a picture of French Onion Soup. Is there a better dish to serve on a cozy fall day? I think not.
I’ve been a tea drinker for as long as I can remember. And since I also love smoothies (what dietitian doesn’t?), I’m on totally on board with the idea of a tea-infused smoothie. If a London Fog Smoothie sounds up your alley too read on for the recipe!