Recipe: Chocolate Almond Macaroons

Note:  This recipe is part of a series on making your good eating resolutions come true.  A couple months ago, I resolved to make my own almond milk so I didn’t have to drink the additives in store-bought almond milk.  While you can learn a lot about how to make almond milk from this series, … Read more

Diet Hopes Day 15, Barrier #5: Using Up Leftover Almond Meal: Banana Muffins and Healthy Brownies

Tasty Waste Not-Want Not Strategies + Where Is This Story Going? Two weeks into my almond milk experiment I came to an uncomfortable realization:  Making my own nut milk was producing a lot of food waste!  I want to tell you more about why this is a problem and how brownies and banana muffins came … Read more

Recipe: Healthy Chocolate Almond Brownies (Gluten Free)

Note:  This recipe is part of a series on making your good eating resolutions come true.  A few months ago, I resolved to make my own almond milk so I didn’t have to drink the additives in store-bought almond milk.  While you can learn a lot about how to make almond milk from this series, … Read more

Recipe: Gluten Free, Almost Paleo Banana Bread

Note:  This recipe is part of a series on making your good eating resolutions come true.  A few months ago, I resolved to make my own almond milk so I didn’t have to drink the additives in store-bought almond milk.  While you can learn a lot about how to make almond milk from this series, … Read more

Recipe: Gluten and Dairy Free Meatballs for Everyday or Special Days

What makes a dish special–something we’d love to serve for special days and holidays? Our live class next week explores how to turn simple foods into special foods, but if you can’t make that class, here’s a recipe that is a perfect case in point. I decided to make it for friends since kebabs fit … Read more

Recipe: Quick Kale Huevos

June can be frustrating for seasonal eaters in Colorado. We’re ready for the riotous color of tomatoes, peppers and eggplant but our gardens and markets are filled with greens that can withstand our unpredictable, often brutal springs. So in the vein of making lemonade with life’s lemons, here’s a quick idea to make flavorful use of kale–or chard or spinach.