Midweek hump, cold snowy day, and no energy to spent lots of time in the kitchen, especially if you had a late night last night (naughty, naughty;)? Quick, easy, delicious and nutritious, a nourishing, warming minestrone will do the trick!
We usually have all we need even when the cupboards and fridge are almost bare. Here's my version (you can substitute and add whatever your little hearts desire).
What to do with over-ripened bananas? Banana bread of course! This healthy version is simply delicious!
Who doesn't love banana bread? It's one of those comfort foods that you can enjoy for breakfast or for a nutritious snack.. if prepared with whole, healthy, ingredients. This version is gluten-free and dairy-free, and oh-so yummy! (for a vegan version, replace the two eggs with 1/2 cup of applesauce)
It keeps two to three days on the counter and freezes beautifully. Just slice the loaf after it's coo...
Growing up I thought Brussel sprouts were horrible! I never wanted to eat them as I felt they tasted bitter. Many years later, I discovered that roasting them (instead of steaming or boiling) took away the bitter taste and gives them a softer flavour. Now they are one of my go-to vegetables!
500 gr (1 lb) Brussel sprouts ends cut off, halved
pasta of choice,(preferably non-wheat or gluten-free — I use spelt)