If you are looking for a high-protein, high-calorie, high-energy recipe for your active lifestyle– these are the bars for you! The dark chocolate, raisins and maple syrup make sure they taste delicious, while the chia seeds, flax meal and hemp hearts provide a sustained energy. I used Sunbutter since Ben is allergic to peanuts and tree nuts, but you can sub almond butter, peanut butter or any other nut butter of your choice.
I finally finished eating all of the vegetables from my harvest (which included about 15 heads of kale!). I am definitely going to miss the days of walking around back to cut my lettuce for lunch. My last hope for harvest are my tomatillo plants that I brought inside. They have a TON of little tomatillos on them, but I am not sure if they are going to grow inside… Fingers crossed!
Adobo chicken stole my heart in Hawaii. I worked in a kitchen with two Filipino boys and one of their mothers for the second half of my time living in Honolulu. I will never be able to recreate their delicious adobo (should have gotten a recipe!)- especially since I don’t see myself buying chicken livers anytime soon; although that might have been the secret touch.
It seems summer has slipped away from us already, but that doesn’t mean we can’t eat like it’s still summer! This Poke is a DELICIOUS twist on one of my favorite dishes. It is so easy to make and the flavors are so killer your Hawaiian friend will forgive you for changing a classic.
Summertime is Fish Taco season. With all the fresh wild caught fish coming into stores, it is the best time for us Colorado mountain folk to get our fix of fish. I usually use swordfish, cod or some other white fish for fish tacos, but this time I decided to splurge. Halibut has a much better texture than other white fish and makes a MEAN fish taco.
I have to say that poke might be the best thing about Hawaii. I ate SO much poke when I lived there. Since being back in the mountains, I hardly have eaten it at all. Until recently. Ben and I are trying a Pescatarian diet, so we have been trying to find new ideas for meals. Now I am hooked again. This recipe is SO easy and SO delicious. This is great for lunch by itself or for dinner served with cilantro-lime rice.
This spring has been SO nice! The weather has been awesome, which means we have been able to camp a bunch already! With all the climbing and outdoor activities it is important to have a breakfast that will set you up for success. This is another Pinsperation post, but the boats are just so cute you can’t be mad about it!
I have to admit, I am usually not a fan of one-pot meals. Why? Because one component of the dish is usually compromised to cook everything for the same time at the same temperature. This is not the case here. You will probably want to bake some potatoes or cook some rice to go with it, but everything in this one pot comes out perfect!
Do you ever find yourself scrolling through page after page on Pinterest? If so, do you also find yourself with a list of things that you “definitely have to make”, including home improvement projects? That is how I am too. Pinterest has created this strange world of adorable tricks and easy DIY projects that never used to exist. I, for one, am thankful for that. These egg-in-a-hole toasts were definitely inspired by all the crazy breakfast ideas you see on Pinterest.
So it has been over two months since my last vacation… Which naturally means I have travel fever! My friends and co-workers are currently traveling in or are going to: Japan, India, Thailand and the Philippines. Notice a trend? This has had me craving Asian food!