This mango coconut smoothie with turmeric and lime is not too sweet, but slightly floral and aromatic from the perfectly ripe mango, a bright clean layer of flavor from all that fresh lime juice that wakes up your taste buds, a little tropical creamy thing happening thanks to the coconut milk, and some anti-inflammatory love for your bod from the bold and vibrant turmeric.
Even though the first day of fall is literally right around the corner, I’ll still start some of my mornings with healthy and vibrant smoothies. Especially when they’re loaded up with immune boosting good stuff like vitamin C, anti-inflammatory turmeric and the good-for-you fat of sweet and creamy coconut milk.
Plus, sometimes as the days grow shorter it helps a little bit to have something that looks (and tastes) like sunshine in your glass 😉
These dark chocolate blueberry ice cream cups are gluten free and vegan – made with your favorite non dairy ice cream, the BEST only-slightly-sweet chocolate from Rawmio, almond butter, blueberries, and salty toasted almonds for a mouth-watering combo that will knock you off your feet!
I’m probably more excited about this recipe than I should be.
Maybe because it’s late September and this recipe is all ice cream and chocolate when everyone else is all pumpkin spice lattes + their favorite pair of boots?
But then again, those are also exactly the reasons I love it so – dark chocolate, salty almonds, sweet blueberries and creamy ice cream all combined in a beautiful delicious mess that is not at all hard to make and so freakin’ good so it makes me wanna jump up and down.
And who says you can’t enjoy a PSL in your favorite cozy boots AND have some dark chocolate and ice cream for dessert? 😜
This late summer frittata with tomatoes and fresh herbs has been my go-to egg dish pretty much since it’s been warm enough to wear sandals! Made with good-for-you pasture raised eggs, ripe summer tomatoes, savory caramelized shallots, spinach, and fresh parsley for some seriously delicious flavor – it’s a must try!
There is something so satisfying about a good frittata. First of all, it doesn’t really belong to a specific time of day, making it equally as delicious for breakfast as it is for dinner. Secondly, it’s one of the few things you can usually pull together for a super meal when all you have are some eggs and a few stray veggies (okay and also maybe a little cheese 😉) in the refrigerator.
Pair it with a big green salad for dinner or grab it on your way out the door in the morning and you are 100% doing the whole frittata thing right.