Zoodle and Chickpea Salad with Curried Yogurt Dressing

Zoodle and Chickpea Salad with Curried Yogurt

This post contains affiliate links. Learn more.  I’ve been into Mason jar salads this year. Mainly because I made the investment into a dozen quart-sized jars. (Well, eleven. I broke one. They are glass, after all; that’s a real hazard. They are durable, but not indestructible.) But there are only so many weeks in a row […]

Meal Prep Red Miso Zoodle Ramen

red miso zoodle ramen soup

I’m pretty excited to share this zoodle ramen recipe, as I honestly think it’s one of the most satisfying and best-tasting meal preps I’ve ever made. That’s right, the fresh, delicious-looking bowl of red miso broth, ramen and zoodles came from this: A jar! Yep, not only can you have this flavorful soup for lunch, […]

Hummus Zoodles

Hummus Zoodles

I’ve hinted at this recipe for the past few weeks with my “What’s in the Box?” series, but it’s time to share it officially. With the bounty of zucchini and summer squash arriving in my delivery each week, hummus zoodles have become my go-to summer lunch. I love them because they requires no cooking–only spiralizing, chopping and scooping–and uses […]

Video: How to Make Zoodles with or without a Spiralizer

This post contains an affiliate link. Learn more.  Shortly after I shared my latest zucchini recipe, my sister asked me about my Vegetti spiralizer. This thing is one of the cheapest spiralizers on the market but it’s simple, doesn’t take up a lot of space, and will allow you to crank out zucchini and squash […]

Creamy Zoodles with Leeks and Mushrooms

Creamy Zoodles with Mushrooms and Leeks

I mentioned in last week’s What’s in the Box? post that I used my zucchini from the delivery to make a creamy zoodle dish. Well, this is that recipe. Normally I’d serve zoodles with a hearty tomato and meat sauce, but I decided to try something different. I took a little inspiration from Gordon Ramsay’s mushroom, […]

Zucchini Noodles & Turkey Meatballs

Toss the zucchini with some sauce before plating, then top with two meatballs. Add a little extra sauce and some Parmesan cheese if you want.

This post contains an affiliate link. Learn more.  This post is a culmination of a couple of things that happened over the holidays: Some new kitchen toys I received for Christmas, including a lovely set of stainless steel cookware (thanks Mom!) and a very useful yet very terrifying slicer called a mandoline (thanks Aunt Cindy […]

Zucchini "Lasagna"

This post contains an affiliate link. Learn more.  A few months back, my mom started a low-carb diet, following the principles in George Stella’s Livin’ Low Carb cookbook. It’s not a super-strict diet (no counting); more of a lifestyle, I guess. While Mom’s not a big fan of Stella’s baking, some of his other dishes […]

Grilled Summer Vegetable Couscous Salad

 A tasty summery salad! In my last post, I wrote about a little bit about my eating habits over the course of the day. I’ve been trying to focus my lunches on vegetables as much as possible, so I’ve been making a lot of different salad combinations. This is my most recent. It’s certainly good […]