Three superfood foods, one simple dish, now that’s what I’m talking about!
Ever since native Colorado tea company Two Leaves and a Bud gave me a whole bunch of organic tea to bake and cook with, I wanted to make sure I tried everything from sweet, to savory, to unique. Tea isn’t something most people cook or bake with, but I have really enjoyed researching tea recipes and creating my own! Instead of going sweet on you, I decided to go savory this time with my green tea brown rice, topped with sweet-yet-salty-roasted sweet potatoes and healthy, crispy kale.
Fall is by far my favorite time of year. Crisp mornings, warm days, beautiful colors, and pumpkin everything. There is something about pumpkin that is so cozy in the fall, a flavor I try to incorporate into everything during October and November. One of my other favorite ‘cozy’ fall things is chai tea. I love all the spices that make up chai like cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves…and nice steamy mug of chai tea with some warmed milk…yum! The perfect fall drink.
This lightened up version of the classic spaghetti bolognese is serious winner! The flavors are fresh, the turkey bolognese is thick, moist, lean, and flavorful, and the spaghetti squash is hearty, yet gluten free and figure friendly.
Spaghetti squash is one of the coolest ingredients out there. If properly prepared, you would never know you are missing the real deal…pasta! Serving the turkey bolognese in the squash boats is fun, and less time consuming than previously scrapping out the ‘spaghetti’.
Hearty, healthy, oaty, yummy and most importantly, PUMPKINY!
This breakfast is so tasty and comforting on a chilly fall morning, it almost feels as if you’re indulging in a delicious pumpkin dessert, but you’re actually eating a healthy, tasty, and filling breakfast…no one said comfort food can’t be healthy!
If you have never made baked oatmeal, I highly suggest you try. I first was drawn to baked oatmeal through the website Budget Bytes. She has a gazillion different baked oatmeal recipes, like this pumpkin one, as well as blueberry banana, lemon raspberry, and cranberry apple to name a few. Talk about endless possibilities!