This recipe is Dairy Free and uses no dairy such as milk, cheeses, yogurt or butter.
Have you tried this recipe? I would love to know your thoughts. Peace & Love, jenni
Lemon & Spinach Hummus
This protein packed kid friendly, vegan & vegetarian friendly snack is super easy to make. Nerdy Tips leave the chickpea skins on for more fiber. I took them off so my kids would be more apt to try this hummus. serve with just about anything! we use pita chips, raw veggies, and spread on greek chicken wraps. there are so many variations of hummus, this is just one option. Switch it up with different spices, add some herbs, pine nuts, olives or whatever you’re craving. Nerdy Facts Hummus is made all over the world especially in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean countries. Chickpeas are packed with protein and vitamins as well…
Chicken Pho Soup
I have never attempted this soup before but now that I’ve made it, it’s on our dinner list. Spicy and comforting, this soup is full of flavor and yet clean and light. Nerdy Tips Every article I read on making pho suggests using Red Boat Fish Sauce. Charring the ginger and onions will give this soup an authentic flavor. Many people enjoy a splash of Sriracha in their pho. Nerdy Facts Pho is mainly served for breakfast in Vietnam. Pho was influenced by both French and Chinese cuisine. It made its first appearance in the late 1800s. Pho is pronounced “fuh”
Madame Babineau’s Lavender Honey
This honey smells so divine. I love adding it to my morning Earl Grey tea. 24 hour prep time, 15 mins cook time, makes 1 cup Ingredients 2 Tbsp lavender blossoms 1 cup honey Heat honey until thinned. Stir in lavender. Pour into a container (I used a mason jar) and cover at room temperature for 24 hours. Warm again and strain. Nerdy Facts lavender is believed to have so many health benefits including being anti-inflammatory, helping with digestive issues and relieving pain. Combined with the antibacterial and sore throat soothing honey and this little infusion packs a powerful punch! honey is believed to have been consumed by humans since…
Avocado Tuna Salad
This is a super easy and fresh lunch or dinner idea. 15 minute prep time, serves 4. Ingredients 10oz canned tuna 1 English cucumber, diced 2 medium avocados, diced 4 stalks celery, diced small red onion, diced 1/4 cup cilantro, chopped 2 Tbsp lemon juice 2 Tbsp olive oil 2 Tbsp mayonnaise 1 tsp garlic powder salt & pepper to taste bread; I used a sturdy Sourdough Mix together all ingredients except Sourdough. Spread onto bread and enjoy!!