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1. Grilled Zucchini Parmigiana
Source: Grilled Zucchini Parmigiana
My mother doesn’t fry food. She never has; she never will. I hated it as a kid but now I’m grateful that she taught me how to make delicious food that is also healthy and good for us. That’s why this Alice Carbone Tench Grilled Zucchini Parmigiana is in the column dedicated to her, because every time I have the choice to grill or fry something, I always follow my mom’s example and take out the grill.
2. Zucchini Cacio and Pepe
Source: Zucchini Cacio e Pepe
This Zucchini Cacio e Pepe by Desiree Nielsen is inspired by Chef Matthew Kenney’s delicious seaweed pasta Cacio e Pepe. Cacio e Pepe is a classic Italian sauce traditionally made with Parmesan cheese and pepper, and chef Kenney recreates it with cashews. I substituted zucchini and pine nuts to make an incredibly delicious low FODMAP cream sauce that tastes like garlic, cheese and absolutely craving. Topped with beta-glucan-rich, crispy, fried oyster mushrooms, it becomes a meal hat you’ll want to invite people over to share.
3. Easy Healthy White Chocolate Caramel Cookies
Source: Healthy White Chocolate Caramel Cookies
Made with an oat base, a sticky caramel center and a white chocolate topping. These Easy White Chocolate Caramel Healthy Cookies from Hayley Canning are honestly so so delicious!
4. Rainbow Quinoa and Pear Salad
Source: Rainbow Quinoa and Pear Salad
Denise Perrault’s Rainbow Quinoa Pear Salad with Walnuts, Chives, and Balsamic Vinegar is a quick and tasty plant-based high-protein side dish or grab-and-go lunch.
5. Candied Orange Peel
Source: Candied Orange Peel
Candied Orange Peels for all your baking needs! These Olivia Lin Candied Orange Peels are just begging to top a gorgeous chocolate cake.
6. Orange Creamsicle Cake with Candied Orange Peel
Source: Orange Creamsicle Cake with Candied Orange Peel
Anyone a fan of orange mango smoothies or orange mango sodas? If so, then you’d definitely be a fan of Jessica Bose’s Orange Creamsicle Cake with Candied Orange Peel, because for a week I was the proud owner of Orange Mango Juice. Yummy.
7. Spicy coffee
Source: Spicy Coffee
This Spicy Coffee by Gabriela Lupu is a wonderful way to add extra nutrients to your cup of coffee!
8. Roast Potato Broccoli Salad
Source: Roasted Potato Broccoli Salad
This creamy, out of this world, slightly sweet Vegan Roast Potato Salad recipe will blow your socks off. This Roasted Potato Broccoli Salad from Robin Browne is one of those vegan salad recipes that you’ll keep coming back to. Especially in the summer months when the grill is always on. This salad is a perfect accompaniment to those hearty veggie burgers you’ll be making all summer long.
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