Non-recipes are open to interpretation and variation. They can change with the season, with your mood, or by what's available in your well stocked pantry. They love varying ratios and ingredients to suit your taste. There is no right or wrong combination.
Use these guidelines as a creative springboard and get cooking!
A go-to salad for starting most any meal. Use what's in your fridge and utilize meal prep to chop those veggies earlier in the week.
My basic, everyday, never gets old, go-to oatmeal recipe.
A classic and easy vinaigrette that I make almost weekly.
A batch cooking staple in our house. We use this salad for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The easiest, most filling, grab-and-go breakfast out there. Plus the variations are endless.
I keep a version of this jam in our fridge at all times. It's lightly sweetened with honey and thickened with superfood chia seeds. I love it topped on toast or swirled into yogurt.
Tiny, crunchy, flavor bombs packed with protein and fiber. Great for topping salads and soups, or for straight up snacking.
A non-recipe recipe. Grain salads are a go-to batch cooking staple for me - easily adaptable to cravings and what's in your pantry at any given moment.
My favorite dinner when Ravi is traveling. One-pan, easily adaptable, always satisfying.