Immune Boosting Tomato Soup

By: Julia Huston Yields: 5 Cups  Total Time: 30 minutes + 45 minutes baking time As November and the colder months approach, I find myself gravitating toward meals that are warm, nourishing, and simple to prepare. When the weather dips below sixty degrees, one of my favorite foods to make is soup. Whether it’s chickenContinue reading Immune Boosting Tomato Soup

Mimo’s Famous Hummus

By: Julia Huston There are moments in our lives when we taste a dish for the first time and it instantly sends our taste buds through a whirlwind. This was my experience with hummus; although I had grown up eating store-bought hummus, as soon as I tried ‘the real deal,’ I realized what I hadContinue reading Mimo’s Famous Hummus

Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats

By: Julia Huston Serves: 1 Total Time: 5 minutes to prepare, 4-6 hours to rest in fridge Fall is officially here, and that means incorporating pumpkin into as many recipes as possible. From Starbucks’ pumpkin spice lattes to Trader Joe’s pumpkin empanadas, the days of strictly consuming this eclectic vegetable during Thanksgiving dessert are noContinue reading Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats

Refreshing Watermelon Salad

By: Julia Huston Serves: 4 Total Time: 20 minutes  It’s time to hold on to the last bits of Summer before Autumn comes creeping in! This refreshing watermelon salad is my go-to during warm months; the sweet watermelon, crisp mint, and savory feta come together to form the most delicious combo you will ever try.Continue reading “Refreshing Watermelon Salad”

Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Kale Salad

By: Julia Huston Serves: 4 Prep Time: 40 minutes I don’t know why it took me 20 years to discover that brussels sprouts are the bomb, but here we are. This recipe is a delicious combination of crispy kale chips and roasted brussels sprouts, with a mayo and lemon juice dressing. I like to whipContinue reading “Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Kale Salad”

Sun Dried Tomato Scallops

By: Julia Huston Serves: 1 Prep Time: 10 minutes I don’t know about you all, but I often find myself in a protein rut. The same chicken, ground turkey, and salmon can get old pretty quickly when you are making the same meals every week. So, I decided to start experimenting with less common proteinsContinue reading “Sun Dried Tomato Scallops”