Puréed cannellini beans give this soup its velvety, rich texture without the need for cream while fresh greens ups the nutritional value. Vegan, Top 8 free, GF...
Smoothies are a good thing and a great way to increase the amount of fruits and vegetables we eat. Too many of us look to the next best fad diet instead of what's right in front of us. Instead of low carb, calorie counting, magic pill taking or using a special wrap, it really comes down to simplicity. Eat simple, real foods, mostly plants! That's why I love this new ebook called 40 Days of Green Smoothies by Becky Striepe. It's the perfect companion to do just that! (Want to WIN this? Keep reading)
Whether you are throwing a party or attending one to celebrate the New Year, it's always good to start off the year with a few delicious appetizers, like these incredibly easy Hasselback Baby Potatoes.
During this years' Christmas party, I made a batch Hasselback Potatoes for the first time using baby sized spuds. I barely had time after they came out of the oven to sneak a pic or 2 because they were gobbled up, right away. Needless to say, I just had to make them again then again until finally, no one was around to eat them (except me and I may or may not have eaten 1 right out of the pan).
I tell you this because these little munchies made everyone happy! Hubby, kiddos, guests...really everyone. Because I only share the "hits" not "misses", I was determined to get this recipe with you before New Years Eve. Then I realized...tomorrow is NYE!!! WOW. SO in order to get this out in a timely manner, this is going to be short and sweet. Sorry.... no long stories, no wordy explanations, just pictures and this Hasselback Baby Potato recipe. You have parties to get to anyways, right?