Author: Lilly C.

Creamy Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes

Serves: 4Ingredients• 1 medium cauliflower• 1 tbsp. cream cheese• 1 tbsp. sour cream• 1 tsp. chicken bouillon• ½ tsp. salt & pepper• 1/4 cup shaved parmesean • 2 ½ tbsp. salted butter• 2 potatoes (russet or yukon gold) Directions Peel potatoes and chop cauliflower and potatoes. Boil veggies until soft. […]

Tangy Tuna Salad

There are so many ways to make tuna salad and this is an itemmost of us usually have in our pantry. Of all the combinations I’ve made, this is my favorite! The crunch of the roasted almonds coupled with the tang of the pickled red onion is so good! You […]

Quinoa Salad

I love quinoa since it is easy to make like rice but unlike othergrains (it’s actually a seed!), it is a great source of protein and fiber. This gluten free grain also has a low glycemic index which is good for blood sugar control. You can add any veggies you […]

Chicken Sausage Pasta Bake

This one dish meal is so easy to prepare and will impress! Thisrecipe only requires 6 ingredients, two of which (pasta & pasta sauce) are easy pantry items to stock up on. It takes less than 30 minutes to make from start to finish and if you don’t have sausage […]

Tomato Soup

Are you tired of eating the same canned soup over and over again? This recipe is a way to level up your pantry soup making it more flavorful and healthier. You can use any pantry canned soup you have on hand if you don’t have tomato soup. Serves: 3-4Ingredients:• Store-bought […]

Top 5 Ways to Boost your Immune System

The Novel Corona Virus has been all-consuming, causing a lot of anxiety and stress all over the world. A lot of the focus has been placed on how to reduce the spread of the virus like washing your hands, not touching your face, avoiding crowds, social distancing, etc. Don’t get […]

Valentine’s Day Chocolaty Treats

Hi loves! With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, how can you not indulge in a little something sweet? While I love to cook, I must admit I don’t make sweets too often, mainly so that I’m not so tempted to eat it until it’s all gone.  On Valentine’s Day […]

Cream of Zucchini Soup

With kids going back to school and the weather cooling down, I wanted to make a summer-inspired soup they can eat after school. I still had a ton of Zucchini in my refrigerator from my garden’s bounty harvest, so I decided to make a Cream of Zucchini Soup. This no […]