Hello dear readers. Yesterday, I referred to a soup recipe I was hoarding from you. I made squash soup and it was the perfect thing on a chilly, fall afternoon. Heartwarming Winter Bisque Recipe: Serves 1 2 cups roasted butternut squash (or any other squash or pumpkin!) 1/2 cup 1% or 2% milk 2 tsp… More Winter Squash Bisque
Once again, the picture of this dish really doesn’t convey its deliciousness. It is almost too easy to call a recipe, but I am going to anyway. There are only three ingredients: kabocha squash, coconut butter, and coconut milk! I would serve this plus a side of protein (chicken, fish, greek yogurt, whatever) for a… More A super easy dinner: Coconut kabocha bowl!
I have been wanting to make this for months. I have put it off and put if off either because I was homeless or because I didn’t have all the ingredients or because the apartment fire alarm got pulled. But I finally did the damn thang. I was inspired by a mix of Heather’s mac… More Truffled Mac n’ Cheese
Hello everyone! I am sorry that I haven’t been posting as often! I have been staying at my lovely friends’ homes, bouncing around, and living out of a suitcase. However, today Emily and I whipped up a bomb lunch that I highly recommend you make! Once again, we went to HEB with no idea what… More How To Crack A Coconut
Good morning! Today I have the honor of being featured on a fantastic food blog, Ohh May! I did a guest post for Mango Coconut Chicken, if you would like to see it, click here. I am so excited for this recipe. I was inspired by this squash action to make a butternut squash tart.… More Butternut Tartlets
This post is for Chocolate Covered Katie’s hug a fat month! Woot! I eat different variations of squash fries all the time. This is probably my favorite. Coconut butter makes the best topping, but ketchup is good too! Recipe: Serves 1-2 Cut a butternut squash in half longways and then chop into thin slices. Depending… More Hug a Fat!