{Body meet cabbage your new friend: Cabbage & Broccoli Asian Stir-fry}

Introduction: This vegetable side is cheap and simple. A small head of cabbage can cost about $1 and some change, plus there are several types to choose from. The most common types (easily found in regular supermarkets) are red, green, … Continue reading

{Honey teriyaki sauce: an easy solution to a weeknight meal}

Summary:  Okey so.. I know it’s meatless monday and I made an amazing Apple-carrot Quinoa Salad that I wanted to share with you but I left my recipe back home. I have a little chalkboard next to my stove where … Continue reading

{Goat Cheese Pasta Primavera: a creamy & colorful pasta salad}

Summary: oh how I love pasta… although some of you wonder how italian cuisine can be healthy – I am here to tell that it can be! There are several modifications to take into account when making these dishes (1) … Continue reading

{Carrot ginger spice soup}

Summary: Nothing like a warm soup on a rainy day. This one is low in fat and high in vitamin C, antioxidants, beta carotene and TASTE. The ginger adds a zing of flavor while the freshly ground pepper will tingle … Continue reading

{5 de MaYo: Mexican recipes roundup}

Healthy, Happy & Whole’s Mexican food obsession: So by now you’ve probably noticed how we loveeeee Mexican food…how do I love thee? Let me count the ways… Well first of all it’s so visually appealing. Home cooked mexican can be … Continue reading

{Meatless Monday: shortcut spaghetti bolognese}

Summary: Yummy, comforting weeknight meal…now made quicker, healthier and meatless! This recipe can be done in under 30 minutes. Just boil, chop and simmer. Traditional bolognese recipes also contains celery – I omitted this ingredient because I am NOT a … Continue reading

{Asian night – vegan style: quinoa stuffed lettuce wraps with hot peanut sauce}

Summary:  After a couple of sweet posts….I bring you something salty. Creating this dish was so much fun. You can either eat this quinoa as an “asian fried rice” or go ahead and make the peanut sauce and use as … Continue reading

{The veggie-oat burger: a healthy craving solution}

Summary: I don’t know if I’ve told you this before but I live in a beachfront apartment. This means that come the weekends, as I open my windows all I smell is BBQ food and hear…well loud music and laughter. … Continue reading

{The avo-bean quesadilla: no real cooking required, takes less than 15min}

Summary:  I would like to dedicate this post to all of my FRIENDS and readers who say “I can’t cook” or “it looks complicated”. Anyone can prepare this -it is low budget, contains few ingredients and requires little or no … Continue reading

{Roasted Root Vegetables & Baked Halibut Filets – a complete meal baked together in the oven for 30min}

Ana’s Roasted Root Vegetables Summary:  This recipe requires some extra prepping (lots of peeling and chopping is involved) so an extra hand is welcome.  Besides that, it requires little active time. Just leave in the oven unattended for 30 minutes (remember … Continue reading