Risotto is just one of those rich side dishes we absolutely love. I’ve made it a few different ways, with white wines, red wines, no wines, store bought stock, homemade stock – you just can’t go wrong with risotto. Risotto takes a little bit more love and patience to make, but I assure you, it’s well worth it.
I have made this three days in a row, it’s that good. I was craving a strawberries and cream something the other day, and this hit the spot. The fresh tangerine juice really makes this smoothie, and it’s quick and easy to make.
It’s cold out! Ben and I always love making chili in the winter time. Ben is our household “Chili Master” – growing up in Cincinnati may have played a part in that. It’s been tough finding good quality ground beef here – when we did find it, we bought the last few pounds the farm had, and we are now out. We decided to take a stab at a meatless chili, and we’re very happy with the results. It’s just as filling as a meat chili, and certainly tastes just as good. Warm up this with this wholesome vegan chili recipe.
I put the apple butter recipe to good use with this one. This gluten free bread is crunchy on the outside with a soft and chewy consistency on the inside. This can also be made into muffins, scones, etc.
We have made apple butter in the past many times, and most recipes call for a cup or more of sugar. In most cases it was almost too sweet to be enjoyable and the natural flavor of the apples seemed to get lost in the sugar. This apple butter crockpot recipe calls for 4 simple ingredients. It’s gluten free, refined sugar free, vegan, and oh so tasty.
This marinara sauce is hearty, full flavored, and reminds me of summer time. This was a whole day event, but since we did it in the crockpot, it was a breeze, and our house smelled wonderful. Paleo friendly, gluten free, and vegan.