Month: January 2014

Scallop tacos

I love scallops and I love tacos so combining them is a very tasty dinner! These tacos were a mix of leftovers that I had in the fridge that I needed to get rid of. Normally I would use light mexican cheese but I had some gruyere leftover from buying too much for a mac […]

Biscuits and gravy made with soy sausage

I do love cooking but I’m not really a fan of baking. Mostly because you have to be pretty precise when baking from scratch and the thing I love about cooking is the fact that you can be spontaneous with what you come up with. Hence why the below recipe is made with Pillsbury biscuits […]

Spinach ice cubes…

This isn’t exactly a recipe but I came up with this after buying way too much spinach one week (thanks Costco!) and not wanting to waste it. I also saw a similar post on Pinterest for freezing smoothie ingredients. Simply blend with… Read More

Stuffed shells made with tofu and soy mozzarella

When I first made these I thought they were vegan but turns out the soy mozzarella is not vegan. It still has casein in it which is an animal bi-product. Either way, you don’t have to be vegan to enjoy this twist… Read More

Grilled Zucchini Rolls

I try to have a vegetable with most meals. Sometimes it gets repetitive so creativity is a must. I saw Ellie Krieger make these one day when she still had a show on the Food Network. I modified them a small bit… Read More

Brussels Sprouts Soup

One of my favorite winter soups to whip up is made with a vegetable I only discovered about 5 years ago. Growing up my mom made brussels sprouts but they were soft, soggy, and covered with cheese. When I lived in the… Read More