Cheesy Baked Winter Veggie Orzo
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by Meaghan
1M ago
An easy roasted vegetable dinner with orzo that saves well for meal prep. Cheesy Baked Winter Veggie Orzo You may have made my Cheesy Baked Summer Veggie Orzo before, using seasonal produce like zucchini and bell peppers. If you liked that, then you’re going to love this season’s orzo bake! These kind of meals get me through the tough weeks when I don’t have a minute to think about what to make for dinner. I just some roast veggies, toss them with cooked orzo (which only takes a few minutes to cook), sprinkle on some mozzarella and let the cheese melt. It’s ideal for meal prep and frankly, ge ..read more
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Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Quiche with Rosemary
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by Meaghan
1M ago
An easy quiche that uses seasonal vegetables and flavors for a nourishing meal. Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Quiche with Rosemary This past Thanksgiving, I wanted a lunch that was light, satisfying, and seasonal before our big turkey feast. I was going to go with a salad, but I didn’t feel like doing all the chopping and finding one salad to feed many mouths with different tastebuds is difficult. That’s when I decided on a quiche! Nothing fancy here, just a seasonal veggie, eggs, cheese, and some fresh herbs. Oh, and premade crusts for the win! We’re not trying to be heroes here, we just ..read more
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Baked Vegetarian Stew with Kale
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by Meaghan
2M ago
This light but filling vegetarian stew will warm you up all winter long. Baked Vegetarian Stew with Kale There’s a lot of beef stews this time of year and as someone who doesn’t eat beef, I always feel a bit left out. I want something warm, cozy, filling, and most importantly, easy! This stew is all of that – and chock full of vegetables, so it’s guaranteed to be satiating and nourishing. There are many ways you can jazz this stew up if you feel like it’s too “light.” You can stir in some cannellini beans, you can serve it over quinoa, or you can add some Worcestershire sauce or liquid smoke ..read more
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Cheesy Carrot Sticks
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by Meaghan
2M ago
If you are looking for an elevated carrot side dish for dinner or the holidays (or both,) this is it! Cheesy Carrot Sticks If you don’t know Nicole from Kale Junkie yet or her new debut cookbook, Love to Eat, you’re about to! And you’re welcome. I didn’t think I could love carrots anymore. They’re nutty, sweet, cheesy, warm, garlicky, they’re an elevated carrot that works as a standalone side dish at a holiday gathering or just as a fry-like side with a burger! I had a lot of fun with these and I’m sharing this recipe just in time for the holidays. If you were thinking of doing the usual hone ..read more
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Crispy Brussels Sprouts and Chickpeas
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by Meaghan
3M ago
A simple but powerful combination of crispy chickpeas and Brussels sprouts. crispy brussels sprouts and chickpeas Sometimes it’s the simplest of ideas that make for the best of meals! I’ve been obsessed with this combo of chickpeas and Brussels sprouts for years and I’ve actually shared this recipe on Instagram before, but I’m making it officially by sharing on the blog. The key here to get this legume-veggie combo crispy as possible is to not overcrowd them on the sheet pan and then to generously drizzle with olive oil! And cranking up the heat per the recipe. How can you enjoy this co ..read more
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Sweet Potato Fajita Quinoa Bowls (from the Feeding Littles & Beyond Cookbook!)
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by Ali Maffucci
5M ago
The Feeding Littles & Beyond cookbook is officially published and I’m sharing one of my favorite easy recipes from the cookbook – a satisfying vegetarian quinoa bowl. Sweet Potato Fajita Quinoa Bowls Today is the day! Feeding Littles & Beyond, my collaborative cookbook with Feeding Littles is published and officially available wherever cookbooks are sold! You can walk into a bookstore (call ahead!) and grab yourself a copy in the flesh, IRL! If you’ve pre-ordered, you’ve probably received your copy by now. I am so grateful for this community for awarding me the opportunity to write a f ..read more
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Cheesy Baked Summer Orzo with Marinara
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by Meaghan
6M ago
A vegetable packed orzo dish with summer flavor and cheesy goodness. Cheesy Baked Summer Orzo with Marinara It’s not a hard sell here: marinara sauce, cheese, basil, orzo, and perfectly roasted, tender vegetables. The key here is chopping the vegetables very small so they all roast quickly, evenly, and every pillowy bite of orzo has a little veggie in it. No more crunchy, big vegetables that turn off our little eaters (and adults, too!) – the vegetables flavor and enhance this dish in many ways. You can customize this dish in the winter by using winter veggies like cauliflower or Brussels spr ..read more
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Grilled Peach and Shrimp Couscous Bowls with Feta, Arugula, Avocado
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by Meaghan
6M ago
This is what summer’s all about: grilled peaches and light, fluffy bowls of refreshing flavors. Grilled Peach and Shrimp Couscous Bowls with Feta, Arugula, Avocado I used to think grilled peaches were overrated until I had them in a salad recently and they were done so perfectly (and on ripe peaches.) Slightly sweet, warmed, and fork tender, they were like a delicacy. I knew I had to recreate them in a bowl meal, and since I’ve been on a couscous kick lately (have you tried my Mediterranean Couscous Salad?), here we are. Feta is salty, arugula soaks up the dressing, and the avocado is the pro ..read more
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Black Bean & Sweet Potato Enchiladas
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by Meaghan
6M ago
These vegetarian enchiladas will fill you up, make for satisfying leftovers, and are enjoyable for babies, toddlers, kids, and adults!  Black Bean & Sweet Potato Enchiladas I love an enchilada. Before I stopped eating meat, I would order chicken enchiladas every time I saw them on the menu. Something about enchilada sauce – I could slurp it up with a spoon! The Italian in me would dip bread in it, if I could (tortilla chips work!) Now I make veggie enchiladas nonstop and I think I found the winning combination: sweet potatoes and black beans. I love heart healthy beans, superfood swe ..read more
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One Pot Cod and Potato Stew with Chickpeas
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by Ali Maffucci
8M ago
A fragrant, robust, and filling fish stew made simply in one pan with basic ingredients and nutritious veggies and legumes. One Pot Cod and Potato Stew with Chickpeas The other day, I ordered salmon, as I tend to do weekly. The fish monger called me to let me know that the salmon was out of stock and they only had cod. Womp, womp. Cod doesn’t excite me, and I usually just use cod for fish tacos. But then I put on my food blogger hat and decided to make lemonade out of lemons and came up with this cod stew, simply out of what was in my pantry! Don’t understand jarred roasted red peppers – they ..read more
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