Salads are so last season, and now is the perfect time to cozy up to a bowl of pumpkin soup or, better yet, classic tomato. If those two don't cut it, does butternut squash, beet, or chicken noodle entice your palate? Whether you're looking for a light lunch or a warm way to start your dinner, spoon through our recipes to find a Fall favorite.
Sunday is a great time to get a healthy head start on the week by mapping out your weekly menu. If you're really on top of things, you'll do it before food shopping, so when you head to the grocery store, you'll be able to pick up exactly what you need. I've done the legwork for you and mapped out a week of healthy vegetarian options that won't require you to turn on the oven. Enjoy!
What you'll need:
- Veggie broth
- Fresh cilantro
- Canned black beans
- Frozen corn
- Jalapeño pepper
- Spices including garlic powder, chili powder, cumin, and sea salt
- Fresh greens
- White wine vinegar
- Dijon mustard
- Olive oil
Continue reading for the rest of the week's healthy menu and grocery list.
Between omelets, French toast, and scrambles, eggs steal the show when it comes to the first meal of the day, but this protein-packed food shouldn't be limited to breakfast. Keep reading for six healthy and savory egg recipes to be enjoyed for lunch or dinner.
Pasta is one of my favorite weeknight dinners. Most sauces, whether it be something classic like carbonara or different such as sun-dried tomato cream, come together in no time at all. The latest recipe to be added to my pasta rotation? This vegetarian-friendly lemon spaghetti. The just-cooked pasta is tossed with a creamy lemon-garlic sauce, tons of grated parmesan cheese, and a heavy sprinkling of fresh herbs. On its own, it's a delightfully light dinner; however, it would make an excellent side to grilled chicken or shrimp. I prefer to enjoy it with a chilled glass of sparkling Rosé. Here's the uncomplicated technique!