Tag Archives: gluten-free

Sweet Dark Cherry ((+ Almond)) Yogurt Smoothie

This lit­tle smooth­ie has recent­ly become my favorite quick break­fast — it’s pret­ty much the best smooth­ie I’ve ever had! And because I can con­trol the amount of added sug­ar, I feel like this smooth­ie is actu­al­ly a healthy choice!

It has a short list of ingre­di­ents, is packed with fla­vor and real­ly is a breeze make. But as you can imag­ine, Con­tin­ue read­ing

Spicy Mexican Creamed Corn

This creamed corn side dish is a recipe I keep in my back pock­et, ready to use when I am short on time and need a full fla­vored, sim­ple recipe that is sure to please every­one. Now, before I share this recipe — be warned. This one is cer­tain to break any New Year’s res­o­lu­tions that involve fit­ting into a small­er size of pants.

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Spicy Cilantro & Garlic Shredded Beef ((so easy and tender))

Here you go — an easy, fla­vor­ful, crowd-pleas­ing din­ner solu­tion! This din­ner­time meal is a real life-saver, whether you turn it into tacos, serve it over steamed  rice or just shred it up and eat with a side sal­ad — it’s sure to become a reg­u­lar on your menu! And don’t for­get to plan on left­overs — this recipe will turn into at least 2 meals for your week. Con­tin­ue read­ing

*CopyCat* Creamy Tomato Basil Soup

This yum­my, cream-based veg­e­tar­i­an toma­to soup is a per­fect copy­cat ren­di­tion of the toma­to basil soup at a lit­tle place I came to love dur­ing my time in Dal­las ((La Madeleine)). I first came across La Madeleine while get­ting my Master’s at SMU and thanks to it’s prox­im­i­ty to cam­pus — not only did I get a Master’s degree, I also became very famil­iar with the taste their sig­na­ture soup. Con­tin­ue read­ing

Devil’s Pool Granola ((A Big Cedar Recipe))

I am so excit­ed to share the recipe for the best gra­nola I have ever tast­ed. Last August, the fam­i­ly & I trav­eled to Bran­son for a fun “last hoorah” before the start of the school year. While there, Big Cedar break­fast was one of our main attrac­tions. Oh my — the best break­fast. So very good!! Con­tin­ue read­ing

4-Ingredient Frito “Salad”

I admit, there may be a lib­er­ty tak­en in the name of this recipe — but we’ll get to that in a minute. First, let me just say “WHEW”. Is it that time of year or what?! I hon­est­ly don’t think I have cooked a meal in 10 days, maybe even all month. Truth­ful­ly, I can­not remem­ber the last time I made din­ner. Con­tin­ue read­ing

Huevos Rancheros Verdes Breakfast Cups ((Breakfast will never be the same!!))

I have a bun­dle of recipes just float­ing around in the spaces between my to do lists, day­dreams and what­ev­er decides to bounce around in my brain through­out my days. And this recipe is one that has been beg­ging to come to be for months. Please tell me I am not the only one this hap­pens to! Con­tin­ue read­ing

Green Beans with Apricots and Walnuts

It has been a while since I have shared a real­ly good side dish — and this is a real­ly good one! I have about 5 recipes in wait­ing to be pub­lished, but I have to hold back and give this lit­tle recipe a chance to shine. I came up with it on the fly as an accom­pa­ni­ment to my yum­my Spicy Shrimp Tacos. As I was  Con­tin­ue read­ing

Heirloom Tomato Salsa ((straight from the garden!!))

You guys may have learned this by now, but let me just say it again for the record! Chips & sal­sa are my love lan­guage. It used to be Chips & sal­sa AND Diet Dr. Pep­pers from Son­ic, but I gave up the DDP addic­tion 10 months ago ((and it was SO hard to do — I am NEVER going back!!)). Any­way, about the chips and sal­sa… Con­tin­ue read­ing

Spicy Shrimp Tacos & Emily’s Special Sauce

If you saw my pre­vi­ous recipe: Sum­mer Seafood Pas­ta, then you may me notic­ing a mini-theme. Yes, for the last 6 weeks, I have been crav­ing seafood, espe­cial­ly shrimp. And — um, shrimp has become SO expen­sive, which is why it hasn’t been on our menu for a long time. But, Whole Foods ran a good sale, Con­tin­ue read­ing

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