In a breakfast rut? Snap out of it! I’m still eating my face off in the Netherlands but you’re in excellent hands today. Sweet, ooey, gooey, fluffy and sometimes even healthy hands. I beg of you. Don’t be content to just sit back and watch. Treat yourself to one…or two…or all of these morning delights.
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A round-up of traditional Dutch recipes. Hi! I’m here but I’m not here. My family and I are away in the Netherlands. So I’m taking this opportunity to highlight some of the traditional Dutch recipes that I am more than likely stuffing my face with as you read!
A cool, creamy hummus dip with cucumbers, parsley and greek yogurt. Great summertime snack that packs a protein punch. “Hummus for Bastille Day?!?” you may say. “Well that’s a day late and a dollar short! Harumph!” All right you got me on the day late thing. But, in my opinion, all the dollars are accounted…
This fresh fruit compote parfait takes as long to make as it does to eat. Hint: not long.
These easy, gluten free zucchini fritters are a crowd pleaser and a great way to get more vegetables in your diet.
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This mayonnaise-free potato salad is out to shake things up a bit by including tuna and capers, too! Makes a great summertime lunch or side dish and keeps well for leftovers. Do you think open relationships work? Like Simone de Beauvoir and Jean Paul Sartre. Do you think they were really happy? Or, for that…
This simple red, white and blue salad can hold it’s own against any grilled meat. Sure to impress at your Fourth of July BBQ. #vegetarian #glutenfree
Thinking outside the bread with this bright, fresh appetizer. Tiny peppers filled with cherry mango salsa and topped with feta cheese. #vegetarian #GF