Grilled Halloumi with Walnut Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Candied Walnuts

Sweet potatoes are love. Let me tell you, I would eat sweet potatoes all day. They're legit just potatoes that got a sugar high. However, I don't really enjoy my sweet taters in sweet dishes. I don't know, it's just my preference. So one day while I was trying to do my homework AKA paint … Continue reading Grilled Halloumi with Walnut Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Candied Walnuts

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How to Make a Low Calorie Delicious Cheese Sauce

So cheese sauces are great. I use them all the time for cheesy bakes, for making veggies more palatable (curse you bell peppers), and just to eat with a spoon. However, these sauces normally require metric tons of butter and flour and guys, that is not necessary. You really only need a few ingredients and … Continue reading How to Make a Low Calorie Delicious Cheese Sauce

Gruyere Saladwith a Baked Potato

Gruyere is love, Gruyere is life. Seriously, I love Gruyere cheese. So. Much. So if you haven't had Gruyere cheese, it basically tastes like a cross between Swiss and Parmesan. Now, Gruyere is great when grated for melting and for making cheese sauces but at the store one day I accidentally picked up smoked Gruyere … Continue reading Gruyere Saladwith a Baked Potato

I Scream for Ice Cream

We all scream for ice cream. I mean, ice cream is like universally thought of as happiness. However, normally made with cream and sugar, it isn't the healthiest thing ever. Too bad, if it was I'd be able to down ice cream all day instead of kale. Anywhere you go around the world, ice cream … Continue reading I Scream for Ice Cream

Goat Cheese, Red Pepper, and Onion Quesadillas

Now as a kid I loved quesadillas. Well I’m still a kid and I still love them. But with all the flour and cheese and…… That’s about it, they can be pretty unhealthy. But here’s where red peppers come in. Sweet and tasty, why not just throw them in a quesadilla? So the GTRPOQ was … Continue reading Goat Cheese, Red Pepper, and Onion Quesadillas

Zucchini with Corn 

This is an extremely simple recipe and involves just 4 ingredients: zucchini, corn, lemon juice, and salt. Just mix half a cup of corn with as much zucchini, sautéed without oil in a nonstick pan, as you want and then toss with lemon juice and salt. Serve cold. For some reason I just love corn … Continue reading Zucchini with Corn 

General Tso’s Tofu w/ Broccoli

I'm a big Harry Potter fan. Like a seriously big one. Some might even say I have an obsession and frankly, I agree. One thing that has become synonymous (that was one of my vocab words!) with Harry Potter is my tofu with broccoli. I've made it AT LEAST 30 times and have improved on … Continue reading General Tso’s Tofu w/ Broccoli

Cheesy Mexican Bake w/ Corn, Black Beans, and Red Peppers

Cheese is love, cheese is life. There is no better feeling than biting into to gooey, cheesy food. That's why I love quesadillas. But did you know that that tortilla can run you over 150 calories? That's why I made this cheesy Mexican bake. It's like the quesadilla without the tortilla. And. It's. Cheesy. Hella … Continue reading Cheesy Mexican Bake w/ Corn, Black Beans, and Red Peppers

Honey-Cinnamon Roasted Chickpeas

Chickpeas taste great, have a ton of fiber, have a lot of iron, and are also a great source of protein. Potato chips are a great source of............ Anyways, today I present to you all, honey-cinnamon roasted chickpeas. Ingredients: 1 pound of chickpeas, drained and rinsed 1.5 tsp olive oil 1 tbsp honey Cinnamon to … Continue reading Honey-Cinnamon Roasted Chickpeas