A citrusy cocktail with an herbaceous kick. This Thyme Infused Grapefruit Vodka Cocktail turns grapefruit into a deliciously smooth beverage for entertaining this summer.
This cake is lightly sweetened and just dense enough to be between a cake and a bread. But we’re calling it a cake because it’s just so pretty and who wouldn’t want to eat cake at any time of the day?
Rosemary and Walnut Beer Bread. Fragrant rosemary and chunky walnuts added to a simple beer bread to make a nutty and flavorful bread for the cold nights. Bonus, this bread can be made in one bowl and has zero rise time. Slather some butter on a toasted slice and drizzle some honey for the coziest snack ever.
This mango pineapple salsa can be eaten with chips, over tacos, and topped on a burger. It’s a great summertime snack or late night treat, while being full of healthy vitamins and natural sugars. It is sweeter and fruitier than your typical tomato salsa. The acid from the lime and the dash of cilantro mellows out the sweet pineapple and mango until it’s heaven in a bowl (or on a chip).
These walnut crusted pork chops sound and look difficult but they’re actually very easy. You can even make some of it ahead of time, or the whole thing and reheat in the oven. It’s a quick and easy meal that’s sure to impress your dinner guests. The warm and earthy notes from the walnut encrusted pork works exceedingly well with the sweet and savory pear chutney. The dijon used in both the pork and chutney brings the entire dish together.
This beautiful frittata makes a crowd-pleasing entrée for any time of day. It’s a creamy egg cake with a delicious combination of flavor from the asparagus, shallots, and sharpness of feta. Perfect for spring and incredibly easy.
Fresh arugula and parmesan are drizzled with olive oil and tossed with fresh lemon juice and zest. A handful of freshly cracked black pepper rounds it out for this delicious salad that accompanies almost any meal.
Chunky, green pistachios add a uniqueness to the fresh spring flavors in this pesto. A zesty lemon enhances the light sweetness of peas and nutty, savory parmesan. When turned into a sauce for pasta, this pesto pasta becomes a bright and flavorful meal celebrating the crispness of spring.
A riff off of the traditional Swedish meatballs, this dish boasts the same flavor with healthier ingredients. Saucy with a hint of sweet, these meatballs are gluten free, refined sugar free, soy free, and dairy free. Serve over spaghetti squash or polenta for a deeply satisfying meal.
With bright lemon, robust sun-dried tomatoes, and an easy creamy ricotta sauce, this delicious pasta has it all. Enjoy this super quick and easy dish as an entrée or side.