I’ve really been enjoying being in the kitchen the last two weeks. As I mentioned on Monday, we are shifting our eating habits in an effort to help Elliana’s recovery, even as we wait for testing and results that may indicate more changes that are needed. I am much more adventurous in the kitchen, but I still definitely need some hand holding with new flavors. I would not be where I am today in my education and learning about whole food nutrition without Heather, Tonia, and Katherine. I’m so grateful for that. The whole foods, vegetarian cookbook market has exploded since I went through this journey with Isaiah- there are so many good, yummy cookbooks available in the main stream now- back then, it seemed I could only find titles like the ones below at natural food co-ops and stores. It’s wonderful!
Here’s some peeks at the adventure this week. Love them both and recommend them highly. Isa Does It definitely has a fusion, Indian, Asian, Tex-Mex flavor profile, which my family adores. If you don’t like those, it wouldn’t be good for you. Oh She Glows is just good all around.
This was Pioneer Woman’s Chicken Taco Salad. So easy to adjust to completely vegan, dairy free, whatever the needs are. Ree Drumond is so my spirit animal.
Rainbow to go. A few minutes of prep means clean eating still happens on the road.
Roasted Butternut Squash Enchilada Casserole. Also very easy to tweak for gluten and dairy. We *love* this recipe. There are never any leftovers.
Sharing with Heather today.