Eat it on toast or off of a spoon, or freeze into balls for an easy, clean treat. And if you want to get next-level, combine it with soy sauce for a Thai-like chicken satay dipping sauce. ✌🏻
Kirstin Jackson taught me a quick way to not only make my own fromage blanc (a fresh, white cheese from France), but also two fun ways to dress it up—one savory (with herbs and olive oil), one sweet (with cardamom, honey, and cookies!).
Earlier this year I as playing with maca and found this great recipe for Coconut Cream Maca Energy Bars (right on the back of the Trader Joe’s bag!). I already know what your first question is—What the %^&* is maca?! Was she trying to spell matcha?!
This is a fun snack for when you need something just a little different. And for when raw veggies just ain’t gonna cut it (hi, hello, been there).
I recently found these at the grocery store and was intrigued. I tried one when I got in my car, another once my seatbelt was on, another at the first red light, another once I made it up my stairs, and about five more after they had chilled in the freezer. Verdict?
The Super Bowl makes us crave food like nachos and ranch dressing, but because we’re sitting on the couch, not running down the field, it might behoove us to lighten our typical football-watching spread. Cue: Salted Honey Cinnamon Cashews.