There are a few ingredients that are key to making home made vegetable broth, but this is one of those “recipes” where what you have on hand is king. Here is how I do it.
I didn’t think I’d be able to make tamales – but this tamale recipe proved me wrong! Mexican food is so delicious, and gives us plenty of options to make healthy meals without breaking the bank.
This is an abbreviated variation of the tamale recipe
from the phenomenal Mexican chef (and Top Chef Master), Rick Bayless, so if you are new to tamales or need some clarification, please go check out the full description and details on his website. I am such a huge fan of his, and rely on his recipes when I need a really down and dirty Mexican dish. He really delivers!!
I abbreviated it, well, mainly because I use this website all the time to make these dishes. Once you make this recipe once, it is very nice to have a simple bullet list of the ingredients and steps, so here it is! I also list the healthier ingredients that we use in our kitchen.
This is a simple tomatillo salsa recipe that is so versatile. We mix it with pulled meat, dab on tacos, and spread onto our egg scrambles. It is so delicious!!
Granola is a family favorite, but until this Power Granola Recipe, not something we’ve had a lot lately. I made my first attempt at granola a few days ago, but overcooked it (and wasn’t very happy with the texture). Last night we nailed a recipe that we love. I hope you do, too!
This recipe for gluten free, dairy free, and cane sugar free, chocolate haystack no-bakes recipe has become a guilt-free Christmas tradition, and a pot luck favorite.
At Christmas time, there are so many foods that my family MUST have to make the holiday season complete. Egg nog is one of them. My husband, Duane, starts looking for it in November, and then sadly tells me that egg nog is out — sadly because he loves it, but he knows it will make him sick.