Creamy Mushroom Risotto is an amazingly flavorful side dish perfect for any special dinner. This post includes instructions for preparing risotto on the stove top and in the Instant Pot.
Sausage and Mushroom Keto Pizza on KALE crust is a dreamy low-carb pizza recipe that is loaded with flavor! Kale crust is not only a fabulous low-carb option for folks watching their blood sugar, but it’s packed with vitamins and antioxidants!
…So you can look at this as an immunity-boosting pizza 😉
I know…kale pizza crust?
Insert eye roll.
But before you delete me from your life, check it out: Kale crust is actually a pretty solid option for getting your pizza fix. Does it bear any actual resemblance to real pizza crust? That would be a solid N to the O.
However, if you’re in the mood for cheese and you need a caravan by which to get it to your face, kale crust may just be a great option for you. The entire purpose of pizza is to fill your cheese Vitamin tank anyway, am I right??
Let’s take a step back.
Garlicky Spaghetti Squash with Chicken, Mushrooms, and Kale is a squeaky clean and satisfying meal, loaded with zesty, rustic flavor! Perfect for those who love to eat clean, or folks who follow a ketogenic, whole30, or Paleo lifestyle.
Healthy Green Bean Casserole made dairy-free and gluten-free is a marvelously flavorful side dish perfect for any gathering! This healthier green bean casserole recipe is fun to assemble and is the ultimate crowd-pleaser. Keto, low-carb, creamy and delicious!
Welcome to my newest obsession.
Truthfully, I was never a huge fan of green bean casserole… That is…until I made this recipe.
No lie. As it turns out, a good, fresh, health-conscious green bean casserole is actually ultra palate-pleasing! Now I feel as though I need to make up for lost time and put this beauty on repeat!
While this healthy green bean casserole is more involved than most of the recipes I post, the way I see it is we typically make a dish like this for a special occasion and special occasions call for special food.
Let me tell you, this casserole is AMAZING! It is well-worth the time and effort, is much healthier than classic green bean casserole, and will most definitely wow your guests!
There are four main parts to preparing this recipe: caramelizing the onions for the topping, cooking the green beans, preparing the sauce, and finally, making the casserole itself.
Each step is super easy! If you look at the recipe as a series of steps, it won’t seem as daunting. Pro Tip: Read the whole recipe before you begin it so that you can figure out the best way of fitting it into your day.
Great news!: This casserole saves very well, so you can prepare it up to 4 days before the holiday feast or your big event.
Dairy-Free Cream of Mushroom Soup with Ground Turkey and herbs is an easy, comforting healthy soup recipe is clean and absolutely delicious! Plus, it is easy to adapt to make whole30, paleo, or keto. Recipe includes preparation instructions for stove top, Instant Pot and Crock Pot! Silky, smooth, creamy, rich, flavorful cream of mushroom soup …
Gluten-free and dairy-free chicken marsala is perfectly crispy on the outside, tender on the inside, involves a garlicky mushroom sauce.
Paleo Beef Stroganoff made dairy-free, quickly, and easily. A delicious staple to add to your weeknight meal plan!
Have you ever basked in the glory of beef stroganoff?
If you’ve never tried it, just picture tender beef stewed in a tangy creamy sauce served on top of delicious buttery carbs. Sound appealing? Just you wait…
What is Beef Stroganoff?:
Beef Stroganoff (or beef Stroganov) is a classic Russian meal of pan-sauteed beef in a mustard-broth-cream sauce. Traditionally, the recipe is made without onions or mushrooms, but the dish has taken on many variations to include tomato paste, onions, mushrooms, sugar, sour cream, and/or a combination thereof. Beef stroganoff is typically served with wide egg noodles or rice.
How to Make Beef Stroganoff Dairy-Free:
For those of you who are sensitive to dairy, lactose intolerant, or simply try to limit your dairy intake, you can still enjoy marvelous beef stroganoff without the dairy! The combination of coconut cream (the thick portion that solidifies at the top of a can of coconut milk) and lemon juice has the same consistency and nearly the same flavor of sour cream or buttermilk.
You can source coconut cream in a couple of ways. First, you can buy a can of coconut cream from the store or online, as there are many brands who sell it. As an alternative, you can buy 1 can of regular full-fat coconut milk and refrigerate it overnight (this is if you keep your house warm and your coconut milk is typically assimilated when you open it. After refrigerating the coconut milk, simply open it and scoop out the thick coconut cream. You can use the water at the bottom for smoothies or other recipes.
My house stays cool and I live in a cool climate, so my coconut milk is often already separated into cream and water when I open it).
If you don’t like the taste of coconut milk, or if you’re worried the replacement will make the meal taste inauthentic, don’t fret! It is truly indistinguishable once all of the flavors come together in the dish.
Let’s talk preparation! While there are several steps to preparing this recipe, the process itself is simple and goes very quickly!
How to Make Beef Stroganoff:
Thai Tom Kha Gai -a coconut milk soup with mushrooms, chicken, ginger and lemongrass. This quick and easy recipe makes a satisfying, clean and delicious meal.
Tom Kha Gai is a traditional Thai soup made with coconut milk, mushrooms, chicken, lemongrass, ginger, and kaffir lime leaves. It’s creamy, tangy, and has a slight kick to it for a belly-warming cozy soup that covers all the flavor bases.
Thai food is my ultimate comfort food, and making it at home is one of my most coveted rituals. I love the way my home smells while I’m cooking, and enjoy the combination of creamy, tangy, sweet flavors. I also love making Thai for friends and family, as it’s always an impressive crowd-pleaser!
This time of year, self-care, evolution and growth is on everyone’s mind. For me, wellness means consistency. This translates to cooking nourishing meals at home using fresh whole food ingredients. I see self-care as choosing a balanced lifestyle that you’re capable of maintaining in the long term, rather than urgently making too many changes at once.
I enjoy making traditional recipes cleaner or just a bit healthier so that I get the same satisfaction while maintaining my health goals. I also think it’s important to keep cooking fun, yet approachable. In this sense, all of the ingredients included in this recipe are those you can find at any grocery store. I find it can be difficult to track down kaffir lime leaves, so I replace them with lime zest and juice.
Quick, easy pesto chicken pasta with mushrooms and broccoli is a comforting, cozy meal that is fast enough for whipping up any night of the week, and fancy enough for a date night in! Whaaaat’s this? Pasta?! It has been a long, long time since I’ve posted a gluten-free pasta recipe. Probably because it isn’t …
The easiest short rib recipe ever! This Instant Pot red wine braised short ribs recipe is goof-proof, fall-off-the-bone delicious, and tastes like you’ve been slaving over the stove for hours.
Fresh and easy frittata with collard greens, garlic, feta cheese, mushrooms, and dried herbs. This simple recipe is big on flavor and makes for a perfect make-ahead breakfast! How’s your breakfast game hanging? I admit, I tend to be routinal when it comes to my first meal of the day, but from time to time, …
Slow Cooker Bison Roast with carrots and mashed rutabaga makes for an incredibly nutrient-dense and delicious dinner!
Mouth-watering pesto burgers topped with caramelized onions and mushrooms are a delicious meal. Cook them up in a cast iron skillet or on your grill and serve them up on your bun of choice!
When was the last time you had a really, really ridiculously good burger?
Given how frequently burgers manifest themselves in my household, I’m actually kinda-sorta shocked I don’t post recipes more often.
The secret to a good burger (IMHO) is a 3-part formula: 1.) using good quality meat, 2.) seasoning the meat well with sea salt and garlic powder and onion powder (and any other spice/herb combos), and 3.) cooking the burgers to medium-rare perfection on a cast iron skillet or grill.
In that sense, I kinda-sorta believe you only need one burger “recipe,” and then you’re set for life; however, sometimes when the inspiration strikes, I do love getting creative with my toppings and sauces, which is exactly what we have done here.
Let’s discuss the toppings here.
Stuffed butternut squash with turkey, zucchini, spinach, and mushrooms. This hearty and delicious meal is paleo and AIP. After last week’s cookie fest, I figured I had better give you all a savory meal recipe lest our blood sugar spiral out of control and we form an addiction to almond flour and pure maple syrup.