Fair warning — this carrot ginger coconut soup is addictive. This velvety vegan soup recipe is filled with fresh carrots, turmeric, ginger and creamy coconut milk and topped with spiced, roasted chickpeas and chopped herbs. One sip of soup, and you’ll be hooked. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself going back for thirds.
Soup season is fully upon us, and I am ashamed to admit this is the first homemade soup I’ve made since it started. Gah, I know. Who even am I? I’m someone who has suffered through one too many canned soups and finally said ENOUGH. Enter from stage right, this carrot ginger coconut soup. Cue the applause.
Breakfast called and it wants — nay, NEEDS — these overnight caramel pecan sticky buns. Prep these tonight for a perfectly sweet, fluffy, gooey, homemade morning treat everyone at the table will love.
It’s a full-on winter wonderland outside in Minnesota and I am full-on here for it. Much as I do love me some warmth and sunshine, there’s nothing quite as magical as a blanket of fluffy white snow — especially if I’m inside in a cozy warm blanket with a cup of coffee in hand to enjoy it.
But you know what’s even better than that? Enjoying the snow from inside with a cozy blanket, cup of coffee in one hand and a plate of overnight caramel sticky buns in the other. That is living the best life.
Cozy up to this Winter Deep Dish Sausage Pizza with Brussels Sprouts and Pesto. A thick homemade no-knead pizza crust is topped with layers of sauteed Brussels sprouts, melty mozzarella cheese, creamy pesto and hot Italian sausage crumbles. It’s official: this pizza is my Valentine.
I’m coming to terms with the fact that I need to have a break-up, and that break-up is with frozen pizza.
Yes, I know, it’s so easy to just pop a pizza pie into the oven and have hot and ready pizza in 20 minutes, but it’s just never that good, ya know? The crust tastes like cardboard, the sauce is too sweet, the toppings include approximately 3.25 pieces of pepperoni, etc. You get my point. While there may be a time and place for subpar frozen pizza, to me, it’s just a waste of a perfectly good pizza night.
So now that I’ve broken up with frozen pizza, I want to introduce you to my new Valentine: this homemade deep dish sausage pizza topped with Brussels sprouts, pesto, Italian sausage and of course, cheese. This is no rebound, friends — this is the real deal of pizza. It’s true love at first bite.
These Fudgy Brownies with Cashew Butter Frosting are the real deal, you guys. Dense, thick and moist brownies are topped with a creamy, ridiculously indulgent cashew butter frosting that is so good, you’ll want to eat it with a spoon. But don’t, because the pairing with brownies is even better. Just one bite and you’ll agree.
A few things.
First, it’s FINALLY February. Oof, did anyone else feel like January was six months long? I am so glad we made it. And since everyone and their mom, literally, has talked about how cold it was this week (yours truly included), we can now all collectively celebrate the fact that it’s warming up and getting that much closer to springtime. In fact, here in Minnesota, we are expected to reach the 40s by Sunday. PRAISE BE.
Second, these fudgy brownies. Recently I realized that I have exactly one brownie recipe on my site and, you guys, that’s not OK. For someone who really loves brownies, this is a poor reflection on one of my favorite dessert choices. If you put me in front of a bowl of ice cream and a plate of brownies and made me choose, I would always choose the brownies. Though, let’s be real — ice cream with brownies is really the winning option.
That being said, if you put me in front of a bowl of ice cream with brownies and a plate of these fudgy brownies with cashew butter frosting, there is no contest — these frosted brownies will win, every time. They’re THAT good.
Want to frame your favorite memories? Framebridge is your friend. I’ve collaborated with them today in framing our travels with their Mini Grid, a perfect way to hang our memories on the wall and enjoy them for years to come. Framebridge provided the frames, but all opinions are my own.
I’ve had these frames from Framebridge ready to hang before we even had a wall on which to hang them. Before we knew where we would land after deciding to stop traveling full-time in an RV, I knew I wanted some tangible way to preserve our sweet memories of our time on the road to enjoy in our new home — to bridge the transition between a home on wheels to a home with a firm foundation, if you will.
So when the kind folks at Framebridge offered to frame our travel images in their Mini Grid gallery wall, I jumped at the chance. And then we found a place to live — and a wall on which to hang them.
Want to know the secret to the best homemade soft flour tortillas? Read on for the one simple ingredient that makes them extra fluffy, soft and delicious for any taco night.
It’s true: All of my life, I’ve been eating tacos (and enchiladas, burritos, etc.) with store-bought tortillas. Unless I go to some fancy restaurant where the tortillas are homemade, in general, my taco eating experiences have always been just that less tasty.
Because, friends, behold: Homemade soft flour tortillas, a.k.a. the best thing to ever happen to taco night. And the best part? They’re yeast-free and so easy to make. You just need a hankering for tacos and six simple ingredients to make these tortillas a part of your life.