Monthly Archives: February 2016

(Veggie-Loaded) Crab Cakes with Dill Yogurt Sauce

Crab cakes are one of my favorite comfort foods, but they often can be pretty calorie-laden. Thanks to the good amount of veggies, this is a version you can feel good about eating (and it’s still just as tasty!). Whether served for lunch, dinner or an appetizer, these are great any time of year. And

Crockpot Orange Beef with Toasted Coconut Farro

 I must admit that I rarely ever use my slow cooker, but lately I’m realizing how amazing it can be to use it during our busy work week. And nothing works better at getting tough cuts of meats super tender like this beef chuck roast. In the winter I enjoy adding a citrus note to

Crunchy Salmon Fish Sticks with Spicy Apricot Mustard

 Sometimes it’s fun to eat “kid” food, but I like to make mine a bit more sophisticated and healthier when possible. My husband (aka my child) really likes fish sticks (the frozen kind) and I decided to convince him that it’s easy to make these from scratch. Instead of flaky whitefish, I used salmon because

Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Energy Bites

 I’m always running around and when I’m looking for a quick breakfast or an afternoon snack, energy bites are a great grab-and-go item. I was at a festival yesterday where Girl Scouts were everywhere selling their cookies and I remembered how much I love Tagalongs (the pb/chocolate ones that are so addictive!). I decided to