Sally’s chocolate and peanut butter balls are the perfect combo to ring in the New Year.For New Year’s Eve I decided to make this dessert and bring them along to our celebration – in addition to ringing in the New Year with awesome friends, my all-time favorite culinary combination of chocolate and peanut butter represented a healthy yet decadent way to bring in 2013.
This soup is always a treat when the weather begins to cool down from a steamy summer. It offers immunity-boosting properties and nourishes the body with fiber and protein. The aduki beans are one of the easiest beans to digest. Adding in the kombu also aids in the digestion of the beans.
I have always loved lasagna. And through the years i have experimented with various vegetarian options. Now that my daughter is vegan (for the month of January), I came up with a lasagna that is so incredibly easy and tasty and she loves it (as does my husband!).
Every time i make these cookies, they fly out of the cookie jar. Teff flour is gluten free and loaded with fiber and minerals – I highly recommend it to those with gluten intolerance and those who just enjoy good cookies and want to add more fiber-rich foods in to their diet.
This salad can be an entire meal if you add in a protein, such as pan-sautéed tofu (as shown in the picture), chicken, salmon or beef. I also serve it as a side salad…as usual, there are many options. Enjoy!