Easy, breezy 2 ingredient naan flatbread recipe. Plus, learn how to turn these naans into gourmet garlic naans! Stop shoveling out $5 for 6 store-bought naans that are full of mystery ingredients. Learn how to make them at home with ease and for less than half the price!
Aye Naan-a aye naan-a!
I’m singing with joy today! A.) because it’s Friday! And a long weekend with some amazing plans! Heyyy! And B.) because these 2 ingredient naan flatbreads have me wrapping all sorts of yummy ingredients inside of them and gobbling them up! Boy, wait till you see what i’ve got in store for you!
Easy to make coconut chocolate granola bars taste just like Almond Joy candy bars, only healthier! You don’t have to bake the bars and they take no time at all. My favorite part: there’s no GMOs, refined sugars, or other random fillers — only good for you ingredients!
Coconut + chocolate = yum yums.
I am completely hung up on these coconut chocolate granola bars! The hubby and I may or may not have polished off 6 of these in the last 24 hours. By the time you actually read this, they may (read: will) all be gone. And for once, I don’t have to feel that guilty! I mean, what’s better than having something that’s actually healthy and that tastes like a almond joy candy bar? Not much on this planet, I can tell you that!
An easy to make southwestern quinoa and black bean salad that takes 15 minutes to assemble and can use up your leftover quinoa! This salad is packed with lots of veggies and is low fat!
You know the feeling that you get when you get back from vacation? *sad face x100*
I think I might have mentioned it a bajillion times already (not to mention the number of pictures bombarding your instagram feed) but we just got back from a relaxing vacay with temperatures that weren’t anywhere near the 100s. I’m still grieving the loss of the vacation, and slightly cross from the flipflop tan lines that i’ve gained from being back in Texas (in less than a week I tell you). But i’m really excited to show you some pics of the trip!
An afternoon pick-me-up that doesn’t even require an espresso machine! This easy iced caffe latte is ready in 5 minutes and tastes just as good as the coffee shop version!
Any one that knows me at all knows that I L-O-V-E c♥ffee. In any form. Give it to me iced or piping hot. I’ll take it. If it’s a hot summer day and I’ve got a mason jar of this iced caffe latte to cool me down, I am the happiest camper around!
I’ve had a love affair with coffee since like the 3rd grade. Okay, before you start freaking out, I mean just the smell of coffee. I can’t get enough! In high school when I actually started drinking the stuff (I know shame on me) I was hooked. I just couldn’t get enough! And when college came around, I could guzzle gallons worth. I didn’t. But I could’ve.
An easy to make one pot cheeseburger pasta that requires barely any dirty dishes and cooks up so quickly! This cheeseburger pasta is way better than the stuff you find in a box at the store. One-pot cheeseburger pasta is sure to be a hit with the cook and the family!
Hurray for one pot cheeseburger pasta meals that require very little work and please a crowd at the same time. Those are truly my favorite type of meals. Easy to make + crowd pleaser = a happy family.
Hello from chilly Toronto! Yes, i’m still on vacation in case you checked in here and are wondering.
Let me tell you, it’s REALLY cold for a girl that’s been in Houston for half her life! It’s been between the low 70′s – 50′s here. And some of us didn’t bring their cardigans. I was
slightly majorly bummed when I came to find out how cold (read: cool) the temperatures are here. Bummed because I had so many wardrobe possibilities that I can’t wear back in Houston. What a waste!
Warm farro salad with spinach, mushrooms, red onions, and tart cherries. Sprinkled with a healthy serving of parmesan cheese. It’s perfect as a side or as a main meal. This farro salad has lots of my favorite power veggie – spinach and it’s completely vegetarian friendly!
I’m craving this warm farro salad with spinach as I sit here in this cold, cold coffee shop drinking my luke warm coffee, jittering (from both the cold temp and the abundance of coffee i’ve consumed).
Yup this warm farro salad would really make my insides happy just about now!
And to everyone that doesn’t believe a completely vegetarian farro salad with spinach and mushrooms can be delicious, give me the opportunity to prove you wrong.
Crispy fish tacos in the summer time are a must! These crispy fish tacos are topped with fresh, crispy margarita slaw and roasted pepita seeds and are perfect for dinners on the patio. You’ll love my version of baja-style crispy fish tacos!
Greetings! I am reporting live from vacay, beyond glad to be back in the best city in the world. Chi-town… do you wanna get down? Okay, i’ll stop.
Ironically enough, i’m in the windy city sharing a tex-mex favorite – crispy fish tacos. These baja-style crispy fish tacos are amongst my most favorite meals. I am always on the lookout for a good fish taco. Give it to me grilled, fried, or blackened, i’ll take a fish taco in any form, anytime. And I mean that; anytime.
Let’s talk about the fish for just a second. This fish gets it’s crispiness from a thick batter. When you think crispy fish tacos, you usually think of beer battered fish. And although you can use beer for the batter portion of this recipe, i’ve actually used sparkling water instead. The same great crunch is there, so don’t you worry!
An easy to make recipe for thick and creamy, homemade spicy spinach and artichoke dip. This dip is a classic and requires little to no work!
This dip. This spicy spinach and artichoke dip is absolutely yummmay!
Truth is, i’ve made this dip on several occasions this summer. It’s been tested on over 50+ people and every one of them loved it! So naturally, I couldn’t keep this little gem from you guys.
Confession: I didn’t even like artichokes till I met this dip – really.
This dip is so, so good.
Since this spinach and artichoke dip is a little heavier and i’m constantly trying to watch what I eat (okay, don’t look at any of my previous posts, please). I always make this dip when there’s a party and I can send the leftovers home with the guests. I don’t want any of that temptation lying around here. Lingering… calling my name. Nope.
Dark chocolate cookies stuffed with chocolate caramels with a sprinkle of salt. These salted Rolo stuffed chocolate cookies are perfectly sweet and just delicious!
Attention salted caramel lovers!
And chocolate crinkle cookie lovers too!
Boy, oh boy do I have a treat for you. This week I was itching to have some chocolate running through my veins. I wanted it. I needed it. I HAD to have it. So here I was just frantically searching the internet to feed my chocolatey addiction. And I found this recipe for salted rolo stuffed chocolate cookies on Sally’s Baking Addiction (I know, right). Everything the woman bakes is just ridiculously mouthwatering. I really wish I could jump through the screen and take a bite. <— That happens every time she puts up a new post.
Strawberry cheesecake chunk ice cream is like nothing you’ve had before. Swirls of strawberry glaze and bits of strawberries running through a silky, rich vanilla ice cream and loaded with chunks of real cheesecake!
I’m coming at you all loaded today. Loaded with cheesecake and strawberry chunks in this strawberry cheesecake chunk ice cream and with news!
Let me start by saying, Happy National Cheesecake Day!! Who even knew there was a day dedicated to sweet graham cracker crust and baked cream cheese? Like really? I just happened to see it on the bulletin board at Trader Joe’s a week ago. This is exactly the kind of encouragement I needed to combine two of the best desserts ever, ice cream and cheesecake.