It’s spicy, creamy, and stuffed with crab. Essentially all the best foods in one delish dip! Serve it with a variety dippers for a snack or appetizer…or SNACKATIZER! For a Louisiana twist we’re using Chachere and TABASCO, brands well ingrained in Louisiana culture.
Each bite is sugared, spiced, and pumpkin-y nice! :) Brushed with melted vegan butter substitute and tossed with a pumpkin spice-sugar mixture, aka bursting with comforting autumn flavors like cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, allspice, and cloves!
An excellent homebaked muffin should be three things—fluffy, tender and flavorful! And these muffins check all the boxes with A++! Gold stars all around!
Crunchy, creamy, and oh-so-satisfying! This dip’s got flavor on flavor. It’s easy to prepare and a great savory dish to hit the-“I’m craving pub food”-spot.
Although I’m not a fan of football (not even a little, sorry), I am a HUGE fan of snacking. And where can some of the best tasting—not necessarily best for you—snacks be found? Game day watch parties!
Crunchy vegetables scattered amongst warm, seasoned rice with bites of fresh, juicy pineapple that burst in your mouth.
Well it’s Monday (again). Sometime I feel like it’s always Monday, but then I found out about today’s food holiday and was immediately feeling like the always-popular, deliciously-satisfying mac nut cookie could add some smiles to the beginning of the week.
Tahitian Coconut Bread makes a great breakfast, snack, or afternoon tea accompaniment. It’s decently dense, moist and rich with coconut.
This onion dip is a crowd-pleasing, savory hit!
It’s protein-packed, flavorful + hearty, and paired with taco chips…Mmm! It’s crunchy and munchy. :)
So in honour of Prince Harry’s royal wedding tomorrow, we had to start getting in the spirit with some easy, peasy afternoon tea cookies. Each bite is sweet, buttery, and a brilliant compliment to the gentle bouquet of your favorite tea blend.
This tangy, easy made from scratch quick bread is the perfect Spring mid-week pick me up.
Porch parties are my absolute favorite—great friends + conversation, beautiful weather, crisp wine + of course small plates. One of the easiest, yet still elegant small plates (or “acepipes”) I like to serve is a Portuguese-style, warm marinated olives.
So this week I took matters into my own hands and made some super simple, yet satisfyingly delicious garlic knots from my new favorite find—Wholly Wholesome Gluten-Free Pizza Dough!
To me, poutine (pronounced poo-teen) is the purest Canadian comfort food. Rich, warm brown gravy coating each freshly made, crispy fry, then just for good measure topped with chunks of melty, gooey cheese. It’s the ultimate bowl of savory, messy goodness!
I’m never sure what day it is or where half my clothes are, but I do know one thing—I am constantly craving smoothies!
Breakfast is by far my favorite meal and my favorite genre of food. There’s something so comforting about it. Plus it’s delicious any time of day.
Seriously guys!! This smoothie is the bee’s knees and have selfishly been keeping it to myself, but alas—no more!
Juicing has been an OBSESSION of mine over the last year and I’ve loved experimenting with different combinations of all my favorite and some not-quite-as-much (ahem…kale).
I used to be indifferent to olives, but am so glad my tastes have changed!
Sometimes you are just craving something and you don't have the time or patience to make the recipe the original way. Instead you opt for what in our house we call "the lazy version."
I am constantly snacking. Not good when you have a beach vacation coming up, that’s for sure.
My fiancé isn’t usually a breakfast-person, but he will wake up for these bad boys! They are everything bakery-style muffins should be—fluffy, flavorful, and filling.
When I was younger, one of the best parts of Christmas morning was opening my stocking from Santa because I knew there would be a delicious, creamy and tangy chocolate orange waiting for me!
Make entertaining look (and actually be) easy with this warm, creamy, Christmas-colored cranberry & rosemary-topped goat brie.
If there is one recipe I make over and over, it would definitely be these sugar-coated pecans. Sweet and crunchy, these bites are perfect for countless occasions and always a crowd favorite!
It’s the holiday season! Time for party baking and gift giving, just to add another item to your already long end-of-year list.
In October, pumpkins are king and with pumpkin carving season in full swing, don’t let your raw pumpkin seeds go to waste! Pumpkin seeds may be small, but they pack a big, nutritious punch!
There are definitely a few foods/meals/snacks that I associate with my childhood and pumpkin chocolate chip muffins were and are still a staple in my diet.
Time for a truth bomb: I am a snacker! Seriously a major snacker. Thankfully these yogurt-covered blueberries are super simple, sweet and filling.