Originating in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia, gazpacho has risen among the ranks as a chilled soup. Gaining its notoriety, it is widely eaten in Spain and neighboring Portugal, particularly during the hot summers, since gazpacho is refreshing and cold. We’ll be sharing this recipe for those warmer days and you want something quick and delicious to make!
In our honest opinion, Quinoa is the best alternative to its many competitors, especially white rice. The herbaceous annual plant can run circles around rice with its unbeatable benefits. This post is all about how to cook some classic quinoa, and why its one of the world’s most popular health foods!
Need an alternative to cereal? Granola is your best bet. Most granola’s consists of rolled oats, nuts, honey or other sweeteners. Nothing beats the smell of granola when it is being baked in the oven, and watching the beauty of your creation crisp up and fill the entire house with an aromatic sweet smell. Granola is love. Granola is life. This recipe for a healthy granola mix will be the staple for your yogurts, cereal, or as a snack itself!
We can’t say enough good things about having a stockpile of breakfast bars in your freezer — it can accompany your cup of yogurt you grabbed on the way to work making it more enjoyable. They’re the perfect snack, fantastic gift, and can leave you satisfied and boosted with energy for your day! Check out this almond date breakfast bars recipe!
Commonly used as a vegetable, butternut squash is a fruit that can be roasted, sauteed, toasted, mashed to be used in casseroles, bread, muffins, and pies, or in our purpose of this post — pureed for soups such as this delicious Winter Squash recipe.