Brighten up your Easter brunch table with this purple cauliflower and mushroom paleo quiche!
If you are here thinking this is blueberry pie, sorry. This is actually a delicious and savory paleo quiche made with purple cauliflower to give it a deep purple hue. I know it might look a bit crazy, but trust me: it’s SO good!
It always amazes how colorful real food can be. I’m always fascinated by tumeric and beets and how they can just change the colors of anything they touch. And did you know these deep pigments of our food actually tell us something their nutrient profile? Each color signifies different micronutrient levels that are so beneficial to include in our diets. That’s why I always try to put a variety of colors on my plate!
By the way, Easter is just around the corner and we don’t particularly celebrate it in our house since we aren’t religious, but I do enjoy the idea of this holiday. I honestly love any celebration that brings our loved ones together, and involves activities and games that everyone can join in on.
And what better way to celebrate than with healthy and delicious dishes that everyone can enjoy? I think this cauliflower and mushroom paleo quiche will be a perfect addition for this weekend’s brunch table. And if you don’t like the look of a purple quiche, you can just use regular ol’ white cauliflower instead and the flavor will be the same.
But Easter is all about beautiful colors, so why not have fun with it? I think kids will especially love it.
Hope you make this delicious paleo quiche, and have a happy and blessed Easter weekend!
Merry almost Christmas! This is my last recipe before Christmas so I decided I need to fit in one more recipe of everyone’s favorite dessert: chocolate chip cookies!
About 2 weeks ago, I asked on my Instagram what you like to do with chestnuts (’tis the season!), besides just roasting them and eating them. I got several responses which were all great, and one of my friends mentioned that you can use them as flour by grinding them up after roasting them. What a great idea! That’s exactly what I did with my chestnuts to make them into these chocolate chip cookies.
I loved the texture of these cookies, and you honestly can’t really taste the chestnuts. They taste like good ol’ chocolate chip cookies, which no one hates at all. I actually sent these to my dad for Christmas all the way to South Korea, and they held together with no broken pieces!
If you are looking for last minute crowd-pleasing recipe for the holidays, I hope you make these because they are absolutely delicious! I think it’s the perfect treat for Santa Claus and if he doesn’t finish it, you can nibble on them while you open those presents he brought. Hope you have a wonderful holiday, filled with cozy and relaxing times with your loved ones!
I’m so excited that clementines are back in season! I saw them recently at Whole Foods and of course, I bought a whole 2 lb bag of it. I’ve been obsessed with clementines ever since I was young and I remember eating about 10 of them in one sitting and impressing my parents.
As much as I stay away from desserts and sugar, sometimes, especially with the holidays coming up, cake is necessary. I honestly don’t do well with too much sugar, so I try to satisfy my sweet tooth with fruits and natural sweeteners. So when I decided to create a cake, I used all healthy sweeteners to bake a delicious clementine chocolate cake and I had to share it with you today!
Instead of mixing the clementine slices into the batter, I decided to top the whole cake with them because they just look so pretty. The combination of chocolate and clementines go together so well, and you’ll love the burst of the juicy clementine slices as you bite into them.
Except for the 2 tablespoons of honey that goes into the batter, the cake is sweetened with bananas and clementines and you won’t miss the sugar at all! It’s plenty sweet and delicious, and it’s a healthy treat if you are trying to lower your sugar intake.
Also, if you end up making this, you HAVE TO make the glaze. It really pulls together the cake beautifully, and brings out the clementine flavors even more which I absolutely love!