You ready for the ultimate snack to cure your salty, crunchy cravings? Plantain chips! They're beyond easy to make (just 3 ingredients!) and they're a great homemade swap when you're craving a big bag of potato chips. To be honest, I'm not even a potato chip fan, but plantain chips... yes, please! They're super versatile and would pair well with pretty much any dip, but in my opinion, using them as a vehicle for guacamole would be a pretty ideal situation!
This warm, cozy breakfast may look a lot like a bowl of oatmeal, but there's a secret ingredient in there that makes it totally grain-free and paleo. I'm guessing it won't come as a huge surprise, given the fact that I use this ingredient all the time, but this "N'Oatmeal" is made with... drumroll please... cauliflower rice! 😲Now before you click out of here and tell me that you'd rather not eat cauliflower for breakfast (and I totally get that, btw), let me just assure you that it's so much more delicious and so much less strange than it sounds! Since cauliflower doesn't have a ton of flavor on it's own, it's a really easy veggie to transform into a lot of the foods that we crave like gnocchi, fried rice, mashed potatoes, pizza, etc. So I figure, why not take a break from the savory route and turn cauliflower into a slightly sweet, comforting recipe that we can add to our healthy morning routine?
Super Bowl is right around the corner! For some, that means a great day full of football. For me, it’s all about the food and the halftime show, but really, it’s about the food. It can be tough to find healthy options at a Super Bowl party since everything on the table tends to be salty, fried, cheesy, saucy, or carby. I’m a huge fan of bringing your own healthy dish to any party… that way you know there will always be something there for you and you won’t have to grab for the nachos out of hungry desperation or because there weren't any other options. Ideally, you want to bring something that’s healthy but delicious enough to satisfy the crowd, and it has to be easy to eat so people can dig in as they watch the game. These Avocado “Fries” do all of the above! They’re a fun finger-food, something a little different and exciting, and they’re really easy to make!
I'm so excited to finally share my office reveal with you guys! Working from home, I spend the majority of my time sitting in my office, and ever since we moved into our house two years ago, I've been dreaming of creating an office that really felt like me. I wanted a space that would inspire creativity and productivity and have a calm and happy vibe. I wanted it to be both beautiful and functional - it needed to have a place for all of the pretty decorative items, cookbooks, and nutrition books, and also some storage where I could hide the not-so-cute things like my shredder, printer, cords, and client folders.
This Quinoa Enchilada Casserole has been a tried-and-true WNB recipe for nearly 4 years! It's been in need of a serious makeover for a while... some fresh, new photos and a few tweaks to the ingredients were a necessity, and I'm very excited that the time has finally come to share the not-so-new, but very-much-improved recipe! If you loved the recipe before, you're going to love it even more now! It's just as delicious as always, but a bit quicker to throw together and there's a new option to make it into a cauliflower rice enchilada casserole instead of quinoa, which is actually my favorite way to do it!
July 28th, 2016
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Lindsay is a Holistic Nutritionist who lives for a great meal, a beautiful farmers market, daily matcha lattes, and homemade chocolate chip cookies. Weeknight Bite is Lindsay's happy place where her nutrition practice, simple recipes, and wellness tips come together to inspire you to live a healthy, balanced life.