A look into my kitchen experiments
Yep, you heard that right – HEALTHY waffles. Now I know what you’re thinking, “healthy” and “delicious breakfast food” don’t usually go together. But this recipe will make you believe otherwise. These waffles are full of protein and fiber, and taste as good as the real deal. The inspiration came from this recipe by Heidi Powell … Continue reading Healthy Breakfast Waffles
I spend a good part of the weekend experimenting with new foods and trying out new recipes – After all, what else are weekends for, right? This last weekend, in an attempt to use up a good amount of the gigantic head of cauliflower I spontaneously purchased, I made “mock” cauliflower mashed potatoes. I didn’t … Continue reading Mock Mashed Potatoes
Until quite recently, I had never heard of any sort of dessert being made from an avocado. However, the avocado is actually quite versatile – it can be used to make anything from face masks to desserts, and everything in between. Here are some facts about avocados: Avocados are a fruit, not a vegetable They … Continue reading Mexican Mocha Chocolate Avocado Mousse
Zoodles = zucchini noodles! The first time I tried zucchini noodles, or zucchini spaghetti, was at The Table (one of my favorite restaurants in Bombay). Who knew, that a couple years down the line I’d be making my own zoodles, thanks to a spiralizer accquired through a great deal on Amazon. In general though, you … Continue reading Zoodles!
Mmmm… An easy dessert substitute, with no added sugar. Not to mention, it’s filling and can be a great afternoon snack. My mom and me made this together, and were quite pleased with the results. This time round, I got a little creative with taking pictures. Date and Apple Chia Pudding Serves: 4 Time: ~10 … Continue reading Date and Apple Chia Pudding
It’s mango season here in India, and after so many years of being away and missing this time of year, I’m in absolute mango-heaven! Here’s a recipe that really embraces the rich fullness of mangoes, while also being relatively healthy thanks to the whole wheat crust factor. Serves: 1-2 For the Crust: 1 ¼ cup … Continue reading Whole Wheat Crusted Mango Rum Tart
Like most normal people, I can’t resist chocolate chip cookies. Put a plate of cookies in front of me, and I can finish them in no time. But as we all know, cookies aren’t the healthiest of foods, especially fi you eat them by the dozen! A few days ago, I was really in the … Continue reading Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies