Cook perfectly fluffy quinoa in just 4 minutes in your pressure cooker! Soaked first to reduce phytic acid and saponins for better digestion, this is the easiest and best way to cook quinoa! Learn how to cook Soaked Quinoa In The Instant Pot!
Do you have some plain yogurt in your fridge and a few herbs and spices in your pantry? If so, you have everything you need to make a quick probiotic ranch dressing! You’ll throw the packets of ranch dressing mix in the trash after you taste this dressing.
Because of hypoglycemia and the fact that diabetes runs in my family, potatoes are a part of my past. I don’t miss roasted potatoes, however, because…radishes. 😉 These easy, low-carb roasted radishes with chives are a cinch — and all the bitterness of raw radishes completely disappears during the roasting!
Eggplant is colorful! And color in veggies and fruits is a sure sign of nutrition, antioxidants, and enzymes! Eggplants are super high in fiber, but low in starch — so they’re excellent for gut health (ahem, regularity). This high fiber helps you feel full without eating a large amount of food, so eat more eggplant if you’re watching your waistline. Parmesan Roasted Eggplant is one of my family’s favorite ways to enjoy this lovely vegetable!
Here’s a Whole30 and keto version of a classic Cajun favorite — Blackened Salmon with Cajun Zoodles! This is a perfect meal when you forget to meal plan because it takes just 30 minutes and 1 skillet!
Wild rice is a beautiful, traditional food that often takes a long time to prepare. Yet, this nutrient-dense pseudograin has 30 times more antioxidants than white rice and is full of fiber! Learn how to cook this gluten-free, nourishing aquatic grass in your pressure cooker. Instant Pot Wild Rice saves time and gives you perfect results every time!
No Southern girl should leave home without it… A reliable recipe for good, homemade cornbread to serve with beans, chili, or even for breakfast. And if you’re needing an easy, homemade cornbread for your Thanksgiving cornbread stuffing, here you go!
Remember the old days when the boss and his wife were invited to dinner? Do people still do that — the cute apron/high heels/pearls thing? The children behaving perfectly. Flowers from my garden gracing the table. In my world, I’d serve this roasted chicken and heirloom carrots for dinner. And when you have the boss (or the pastor or the new in-laws) over, don’t tell them this took you just 20 minutes of hands-on time, deal?