Coconut Oil Granola Remix – Pinch of Yum

click here to Pin this recipe I know this is about coconut oil granola, but first, let’s address what we’re all thinking: does this not kind of look like Honey Bunches of Oats?! I didn’t mean for that to happen, but then I looked up at the picture, and wow! There it is! My own Read More

What you need to know about Olive Oil (+ easy recipe videos!)

I don’t know if you’re aware, but many supermarket olive oils here in the US are unfortunately counterfeits. They’ve often been diluted with cheap oils and additives—which is exactly what many of us are trying to avoid—and then sold to us at a premium! This is exactly why I am partnering with the Fresh-Pressed Olive Read More

Cheddar Biscuits with Scallions (Whole Wheat)

I recently read a super interesting article in Food & Wine Magazine about the classic Joy of Cooking cookbook that was accompanied by a Cheddar-Scallion Biscuit recipe—it sounded and looked amazing. It’ll be in the newest 2019 edition, but I instantly knew I had to make the recipe (and adapt it to be even easier and Read More

Quinoa Crunch Salad with Peanut Dressing

click here to Pin this recipe This recipe is sponsored by ALDI Quinoa Crunch Salad? With loads of crunchy fresh veggies like carrots, bell peppers, cabbage, and edamame? Plus juicy fresh mango? And fluffy quinoa tossed with a few handfuls of chili lime cashews? Covered in a just-the-right-amount-of-spicy peanut dressing? Um, let me think. HARD Read More

Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff

It’s hard to beat comfort food that’s this easy to make! This beef stroganoff was delicious over homemade polenta (pictured), but it would be equally as good over whole-grain egg noodles as an alternative. Plus, don’t forget about those green veggies! Top it off with some fresh chopped spinach, watercress or arugula, or even cooked Read More

What I Ate Wednesday: Week 1

Remember this old thing? What I Ate Wednesday? You guys! These type of posts are OLD SCHOOL. I used to love these posts way back in the blogging day. I never actually wrote any of them myself, but I always enjoyed reading them, which is kind of weird because it’s just sort of a version Read More

15 Minute Meal Prep: Creole Chicken and Sausage

click here to Pin this recipe Meal prep is the best. You open the fridge and find those little gifts you left for yourself: pre-chopped veggies, jars of sauces, freezer meals that are ready for the Instant Pot, and your little Tupperwares of soup that are ready for a quick heat-up for lunch. So yes, Read More

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