Chicken Sausage and Artichoke Heart Pizza
Roasted Butternut Squash Quiche with Sweet Potato Crust
Stuffed Red Peppers
Smoked Salmon Appetizers
Spiralized zucchini with shrimp
Coconut Chicken Curry
Lentil Soup with Quinoa and Black Beans
Thick and Creamy Fruit Smoothie
Chicken Noodle Soup
Spiralized Zucchini Salad
Spinach and Kale Salad with Asian Pear
Caramelized Spaghetti Squash
Vegetable Quinoa Taco
Salmon over Black Rice
Cajun Shrimp Jambalaya
Humita (Corn) Empanadas
Cheese and Onion Empanadas
Banana Ice Cream
Almond Butter Cookies
Almond Meringue Cookies
Steamed Artichoke with Lemon Butter Sauce
Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Pasta Salad with Roasted Vegetables
Cinnamon French Toast
Green Beans with Toasted Almonds
Roasted Butternut Squash Quiche with Sweet Potato CrustWhile not a quick recipe, this contains some of my favorite fall ingredients.
Stovetop PopcornStovetop popcorn is almost as quick as microwave popcorn, arguably healthier, and certainly much more rewarding.
Banana BreadIf you have bananas that are past their expiration, put them to good use with this recipe. They should be mostly brown on the outside. You will smell it when they are ready for banana bread!
Banana PancakesMy dad's pancakes. Brown sugar can be added for additional sweetening, to his disappointment.
Thick and Creamy Fruit SmoothieThis is a go-to snack with endless possible variations. The result of this recipe is a smoothie so thick it must be eaten with a spoon.
Quinoa ChiliWhile it may feel like quite a few ingredients, this recipe is actually very quick to throw together.
Spinach and Kale Salad with Asian PearA staple salad with a simple way to loosen up any kale skeptics.
Caramelized Spaghetti SquashAn easy and hearty substitute to spaghetti with an opportunity to get creative with sauces.
Apple CrispLike apple pie without the crust. Splurging on an apple peeler would halve the prep time.
Almond Butter CookiesServe with butterscotch ice cream for an ice cream cookie sandwich or a la mode style!
Almond Meringue CookiesA childhood favorite, this recipe convinced me to purchase an electric mixer after attempting to mix the meringue by hand for nearly an hour.
Pasta Salad with Roasted VegetablesA fun combination that works both warm and chilled. I recommend using pre-sliced vegetables for efficiency (at least for the butternut squash).
Sweet PlantainsA quick dessert idea or side dish. Use yellow plantains with plenty of black patches.
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This cookbook contains my go-to recipes, which follow three core principles: simple to prepare, decently healthy, and of course delicious. When first entering the world of cooking, I found many tasty recipes that required too much time or complex ingredients that I would never find at a local grocery store. With the latest diet crazes, there are many recipes that satisfy the healthy requirement but sacrifice on taste. This cookbook is my collection of personal favorites that follow my values on food.