I love Baba Ganoush. Most of the ones you buy or see recipes for have lots of added olive oil. This one is truly heart healthy and contains no oil or processed food.
This is a simple little vinaigrette with just a hint of sweet from the maple syrup.
These are sort of a cross between a cookie and a bread. You can make them more cookie like if you spread the batter thinner, more cake like if you make them thicker.
This is a great sauce for veggies, salads, or even air fried chips. No oil or salt was harmed.
A simple, whole food, plant based dessert or snack.
This is a healthy snack and excellent when camping or going in the great outdoors.
Fun fact, in Mexico, rice is actually considered a soup!
These are great muffins.
Ever wanted to make that great taco shop guacamole? Not the smashed avocado the most people call guacamole, but the guacamole made in Mexico.
Nopales Compuestos or cactus salad is refreshing and nutritious. It is served all over Mexico year round. It is especially good in the summer as a cool but satisfying salad.
Here is a version of my salsa verde (green salsa) using roasted tomatillos, garlic, and onions. It has a different consistency than my boiled version.
This is a very simple but delicious Mexican style salsa. I learned how to make this when I was living in Mexico City.
Making hummus is so inexpensive, I have no idea why people buy it in the store.