Butternut Squash Soup

This butternut squash soup is just what’s needed for a cozy night in during this hibernation season. All of the comforting flavors of Fall blend together to create a delightful soup that’s both healthy and absolutely delicious. It’s perfect as a meal all on its own, alongside a salad and some crusty GF bread, or…

Nut & Seed Bread

Sometimes life gets busy, so having healthy and easy breakfast options that are ready to grab ‘n go are so helpful. This nut and seed bread is great because it’s super filling and full of nutrients that help give you an energy boost when you need it most. One loaf lasts me about 5 days,…

Grain Free Flatbread (4 variations!)

Who doesn’t love an easy, quick, and delicious recipe that can be made in a variety of ways to fit whatever you’re craving? I had so much fun experimenting with different flavors for this flatbread, and I chose my top 4 favorite variations to share. If you find any other fun flavor combinations, please share…

Gluten Free Eggless Cookie Dough for One

“Don’t ever save anything for a special occasion. Being alive is a special occasion.” I have no idea who said this, but I’ve seen it floating around on my Pinterest feed a lot lately. It always makes me smile, but as wonderful as the sentiment is, it’s really only applicable for certain situations in life….

Blackened Cod with Cilantro Lime Cauliflower Rice

I had the opportunity to visit New Orleans for the first time about a month ago, and one of the best parts of the whole trip was the AMAZING food. First of all, I had no idea that New Orleans would have so many gluten free options. Almost every restaurant we went to had a…

Zuppa Toscana

A few weeks ago, a coworker brought a huge to-go container of Zuppa Toscana from Olive Garden to have for lunch in the office. I had never tried it before, but let me tell you, it smelled SO GOOD. I could almost taste it just from the smell wafting through the open work space. My…

Bean Free Chili

I know what you’re thinking – “Bean free chili? Aren’t beans the main component of chili?” Usually they are, but I found out during my experience with the anti-inflammatory diet that legumes such as beans and lentils cause a lot of digestive discomfort for me, so I’ve been trying to avoid them ever since. I…

Poached Salmon in White Wine Tomato Broth

When I first found this recipe on the blog Steele House Kitchen, I was immediately curious. I’ll be honest, this dish is a little strange. I mean, white wine tomato broth? What even is that? The method of crushing poached tomatoes and separating the pulp to leave just the flavorful red broth is not a…

Spaghetti Squash Chow Mein

I was pleasantly surprised by this recipe! I thought for sure it would be one of those healthy substitute recipes that tastes like a bad knock-off of the original dish, but much to my excitement this one was actually a pretty great alternative to the carb-filled chow mein we’re all used to. And let’s be…

Chipotle Chicken

This recipe began as an attempt to recreate the flavor of the chopped chicken from Chipotle or Qdoba. I spend way too much money on the taco salads from both of these fast food restaurants for a couple of reasons. One is that the food is delicious! I know that Chipotle has had a few…

Shrimp Ceviche

This is one of those recipes that I find myself making multiple times a week, especially in the summer. I live in Seattle, where 80% of the year we see cool temperatures and cloudy weather. Since we need it so rarely, most buildings don’t have an air conditioning system – my apartment included. So, June…

Green Goddess Dressing/Dip

Lately I’ve realized that approximately 70% of my adult life seems to be spent at the grocery store. It’s crazy how quickly I run out of things, and how often I’m saying “But we just went to the store two days ago! How do we already need to go again?!” One of the most annoying…