I’ve been craving all the fall harvest-y flavors and scents, so I knew I wanted to make something with the warming spice of cinnamon and sweet apples (I can only have pasteurized applesauce, as I’m allergic to fresh apples!). I had thrown some tahini in my pancakes before, and it helped add not only a deliciously nutty flavor, it helped the texture of the pancakes become even crisper at the edges yet pillowy soft on the inside— just the way I like them! These are naturally gluten-free (based in oat flour), dairy-free, vegan optional, and nut-free….Read More
When I found out that I’d be going to the Pacific Northwest to go to see Cascadian Farm for myself in person with The Feedfeed + Cascadian Farm, I knew that it would be beautiful out there— I just wasn’t prepared for how incredibly scenic it all is and also how much I’d learn about farming practices. It’s so important to know how big of a difference companies can make if they make a commitment to it, and what we as informed consumers can also do to support our food and Earth.
It was also personally just fun to see where the berries for my Blueberry Lavender Tonic came from, as well at the mixed berries for this droolworthy, gluten-free + vegan Mixed Berry Oat Crisp recipe…Read More
Can I be honest for a second here? Since launching, I had really wanted to make Golden Crepes with Live 24k's Golden Fuel (a turmeric + collagen blend) because my Matcha Oat Crepes recipe is one of my most pinned recipes on Pinterest; but the day I was trying to make them, I was having a really off day in the kitchen and the crepes were turning into a crumbly mess of too thick or too thin and brittle golden failures.
So I got a little scared off of them. But when I teamed up with Simple Mills (an amazing food company that shares Live 24k's values of food without fillers) to bring you guys an easy but 💣.com healthy recipe, I was dying to try their most popular Pancake & Waffle baking mix to give these gluten-free, dairy-free Golden Fuel Crepes a go again...Read More
A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to kick off the season of giving with my feedfeed family with a community Thanksgiving meal with Vitamix in the gorgeous new feedfeed space in Brooklyn and the launch of the Vitamix Explorian Series. Each of us editors were tasked with whipping up a festive recipe, using Vitamix's Winter Spice Seasoning recipe that just screams the holidays with its dizzingly delicious festive scent and flavors full of cinnamon, ginger, cloves, pink peppercorns, orange peel, and more. There's nothing I love more than utilizing my Vitamix to simplify traditionally laborious recipes, so I decided to make an easy and healthy blender holiday spice muffin that has some sweet and some spice!Read More
I've been having SO much fun doing my "Feedfeed TV" Instagram Stories takeovers. If you guys haven't been following along yet, it's a little quick series where I show you guys one workout move and a easy, healthy recipe. This week I got to share one of my favorite lazy girl recipes: my Matcha Mini Muffins! They are made with oats and banana in a blender, so it is naturally gluten-free + dairy free, AND there are no added sugars. I also, of course, added my favorite collagen, to boost up the protein content and nutrition factor.Read More
Overnight oats are always such an easy and delicious breakfast option for post-workout or just a busy morning. My classic overnight oats + pumpkin overnight oats are some of my most pinned recipes on my blog, but I wanted to add one more easy overnight oats recipe to your morning repertoire-- this time, with a focus on protein and those healthy, anti-inflammatory fats!
As usual, overnight oats recipes are highly customizable to fit your dietary needs, but this recipe is inherently gluten-free and dairy-free. The protein champions in this recipe come from my favorite collagen and peanut butter, but there's also some in the pepitas and chia seeds.Read More
One of my new training clients asked me what would be some of the best breakfast meals to eat after our workouts in the morning, and it's a super commonly asked question. A post-workout meal should be healthy, protein-packed, and filling because you want to make sure that you're reaping in the benefits of that hard workout you just sweated your butt off for. But then combine that with the morning rush of trying to get out the door on the weekdays for work, it can make things a little tricky sometimes, leaving some people to skip breakfast. And that is the worst thing you can do after a workout. So, I wanted to share some of my favorite quick and easy post-workout breakfast ideas and tricks...Read More
I'm gonna be honest. With my crazy travel and work schedule this year until the holidays, I'm not sure how much I'll be able to squeeze holiday baking in. Which makes me sad, because I adore this part of holiday festivities and more importantly, I'll miss out on my favorite gluten-free gingerbread cookies. So my gingerbread granola is a great one to turn to when I want to make a big batch to eat throughout the weeks, BUT, I wanted to whip up something dessert-like that takes less time than baking cookies.
Enter, these gingerbread pancakes. HELLO. That are gluten-free, vegan, unbeknownst to whoever you feed them to, because it just tastes like straight up fluffy gingerbread heaven in pancake form.Read More
Hello October and hello to these gluten-free pumpkin pancakes!
I think I've said this nearly every month this year, but how on earth is this year flying by so quickly? Feels like it was just my sister's wedding at the end of July, but yet here we are. The leaves are beginning to turn, there's that beautiful fall chill in the air; the season is in full swing.
People (bloggers in particular) tend to jump on the pumpkin train...Read More
Confession: I barely turned on my oven all summer.
Granted, I wasn't home very much to cook at all this summer with all that happened, but still. NYC is enough of an oven outdoors that I don't need to turn my apartment into an oven too!
But now autumn is rolling around, and I'm feeling the urges to cuddle up in cozier layers and nest a bit in my...Read More
Right into the workweek we go-- so to kick things off this week, I'm bringing you an easy little breakfast or dessert option that'll help ease you back into healthier eating while still satisfying that linger sweet tooth from alllllll the flag cakes and pies over the weekend.
Skin a little...Read More
In the world of food-blogging, things can get too imaginative sometimes. And ironically, the good ol' basic recipes are hard to find. So here I am, sharing this awesome basic oat waffle recipe that will be your go-to classic for Saturday brunches at home.
There's something to be said about spring- how it makes you feel like new beginnings, and getting rid of any and all things that weigh you down. I've been sifting through every closet, nook, and cranny in my apartment, looking to discard or donate every item that I no longer have use for. Not yet having read the...Read More
You're probably all nursing post-Easter sugar/chocolate hangovers right now, and simultaneously seeing all those gym ads reminding you that summer is just around the corner. This recipe is something that is going to both make your tastebuds and your body happy!
For a girl who loves to cook, I can be extremely lazy and prefer convenience over elaborate. Lately, I've been making a big effort to cook mostly at home for...Read More
I first saw caramelized bananas appear in my friend Nadja's beautiful Instagram feed, where I did a double-take because it looked like she had put scallops on her chocolate oatmeal bowl. Thankfully she clarified it in her caption!
While it looked delicious, I'm not normally a fan of cooked bananas, as I'm the type of weirdo that likes bananas with zero sign of brown spots and a bit underripe. They can just be too sweet for me and mushy sometimes. But then my friend Joscelyn of the beautiful food blog, Wife Mama Foodie, posted a delicious recipe for Bananas Foster Oatmeal. The shot of...Read More
It's been bouncing back and forth between cold and warm weather here in NYC! It's starting to feel like an early spring, but I'm still digging the wintery, warm breakfasts. There's something about French toast that is such a homey, comfort food. Pancakes and French toast get such a bad reputation for being the unhealthiest of the breakfast food options. While they are undeniably heavier on carbs than some other options, there are easy ways to make them wholesome and nutritious without sacrificing flavor...Read More
Ever since getting one of the nicest Christmas gifts I've ever gotten, aka my powerhouse of a Vitamix, I have been experimenting more and more with smoothies. With smoothies, there are so many benefits, like being able to fit in a lot of greens and much-needed vitamins in one convenient drink, getting all the fiber from the produce (unlike juices), and...Read More