Embrace the vibrant bounty of summer with this refreshing Summer Squash Slaw. Combining the crispness of zucchini, yellow squash, purple cabbage, and carrot with the subtle bite of green onion and the crunch of sesame seeds, it's elevated by a tangy dressing of Dijon mustard, apple cider vineg...
I'm putting this together as it is 104-degress here in St. Louis and It will hit the spot on this burner of a day. No turning on the oven today! To round out the meal, I may open a can of black-eyed peas.
These cute little gluten-free fritters take care of that over abundance of summer squash in your garden and add a low calorie addition to any meal! They also make great appetizers for the upcoming holiday season!
Early fall, and bring on the squash! A burst of orange and zing of ginger adds a nice brightness to our early fall days.
Tomatoes are popping off the vines, so let's start digging in! With endless ways to enjoy this summertime bounty, simply slicing them up and dipping them into Sour Cream mixed with Crap-free Taco Seasoning is one of my very favorites. Simple and delicious.
There is an ingredient in here that will take your pesto to the next level! You'll love the brightness and intensely lovely aroma of your new pesto!
Guacamole?How about Broccomole!Sneak in more greens by adding steamed and chopped brocc to your guac!
If you have ever had those oyster crackers seasoned with dill as a kid, you know where I'm going with this one! Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, these dill-seasoned chickpeas are a great snack or used as croutons in a salad!
If this doesn't get them to eat broccoli, I think I'm going to quit. Seriously, this air-fried, baked on, cheesy brocc is so dang delish you'll be making it every night for the foreseeable future.
This is one of my favorite salads because it pairs well with nearly any main meal. It's also a great stand-alone main event. If you'd like to bulk it up even more, I'd suggest adding one cup of cooked chickpeas!
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