Mother’s Day Dessert Suggestion: Triple Berry Tiramisu ~Let Food Be Thy Medicine

There is a reason Tiramisu means “life me up” 🙂 Triple Berry Tiramisu 2 packages lady fingers 1 1/2 cups heavy cream 8 ounces mascarpone cheese (you can cheat subbing cream cheese if necessary) 1 cup white sugar, divided 1 tbl vanilla 8 oz coffee (think decaf if serving at dinner) 5 tablespoons Chambord […] via…

Roasted Butternut Squash, Brussel Sprouts and Broccoli — Food For Thought

Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Butternut Squash, Broccoli, Pecans, and Cranberries – this easy fall or Thanksgiving side dish is not only delicious but bursting fall flavors, it’s also healthy, gluten free, vegetarian, paleo, whole 30 and packed with fiber. via Roasted Butternut Squash, Brussel Sprouts and Broccoli — Food For Thought

Tuscana Quattro Formaggi Red Pepper & Olive Pasta with Basil Cream One Pot!

Tuscan food, by tradition, is light, appetizing and extremely colorful. Feel free to experiment with any foods that fit into the latter category. Not a fan of olives? Use roasted eggplant! Want more veggies? Add roasted asparagus, chopped cherry tomatoes, zucchini–the list is endless! Create, Create! Here’s my version of a lighter, but very satisfying…

Crunchy Thai Cashew Salad

The undeniable simplicity of this salad is astounding! The crunchy astringent taste of cucumbers, the sweet crisp edge of carrots, cashews and red peppers, the pungent, licorice notes of  cilantro and basil and the spicy, salty, sweet and sourness of lime, soy sauce, rice wine vinegar and chili produces a memorable flavor explosion that you…

Oaxacan Enchilada Breakfast Bake

This is a wonderful, slightly spicy morning casserole or bake filled with traditional Mexican ingredients and flavors. I found it very easy to put together, reminiscent of preparing lasagna, but without the noodle boil, or complicated prep of pasta sauce. I chopped a few veggies, opened a few cans, beat a few eggs, opened a…