Everyday Yellow Dal- Warming, hearty, simple, and authentic tasting. I heart Indian food.
Wheat Germ and Banana Muffins- This is recipe is always reliable and the perfect way to use up over-ripe bananas. The wheat germ adds a great flavor and texture, too.
Almond Biscotti- This was my first time making biscotti and it was a success! These are a great gift because they keep well and aren't overly sugary or fatty. Plus, they're absolutely lovely dipped into a hot latte.
Ratatouille- Healthy comfort food. I could have ate this all winter.Raw Brownie Bites- Rawesome! These were a great stepping stone into experimenting with raw desserts and they taste like brownie batter; that's a win-win in my book.
Homemade Hummus: Revised- Who doesn't like hummus? Seriously. This is my standby, though these days I add more tahini :)
Earl Grey Tea Cupcakes with White Chocolate Frosting- No words here. They may not be healthy but, they're so good, I don't care.
Mole Chili- Chili is wonderful and this one has a lot of complexity and depth of flavor. It makes me look forward to winter.
Vegan "Meat"loaf- This picture may not be the prettiest but this meatloaf was SO good.
Revamped Pumpkin Bread- 100% wholesome, this was just as good, if not better, than the traditional stuff.
Crispy Peanut Butter Granola Bars- Much cheaper, and arguably healthier, than buying granola bars, plus, you can customize them to your liking (this is a picture of my chocolate almond butter version).
Well, I hope you've enjoyed this recap and that it's brought you to some recipes you haven't seen before or that you'd like to revisit. From the looks of things, it seems like I enjoy eating mushy foods and semi-wholesome sweets but, I promise you, there is more to me than that! haha.