A bounty of grilled vegetables melds Mediterranean flavours with creamy goat cheese in a simple and tasty egg dish. When paired with a green salad, this frittata effortlessly transforms those extra vegetables into a light and satisfying dinner.
Fancy a fluffier frittata? Try whisking a pinch of baking soda into egg mixture just before adding it to the skillet.
Preheat oven to 425 F (220 C).
In small bowl, toss basil and goat cheese together and set aside.
In deep 9 in (13 cm) cast iron or ovenproof skillet, heat avocado oil over medium, coating bottom and sides. Add vegetables, then lightly sauté until warmed through and colours remain vibrant. In skillet base, spread vegetables around, spacing evenly, before adding egg mixture.
While vegetables are warming up, in medium bowl, whisk eggs, milk, salt, and pepper together. Pour egg mixture slowly into skillet and cook on stovetop, without stirring, for 3 minutes.
To top of cooking egg mixture, add goat cheese evenly. Carefully remove skillet from stovetop and place in oven for 10 to 15 minutes, until eggs are set in the middle and top is beginning to brown. With an oven mitt, remove skillet from oven, loosen edges of frittata with spatula, divide, and serve!
These delicious crispy clusters are sure to take the edge off the midnight munchies. With the little bit of maple syrup sweetness and the satisfying combination of coconut and seeds, you’ll sleep like a baby. Celebrating? Add chocolate! These clusters can easily be jazzed up for celebrating. Melt white and dark chocolate and drizzle with chocolate if you wish.
Getting a good night’s sleep often requires more than sheep counting. Sipping on a cup of warm milk with Ayurvedic spices and added adaptogens is a soothing way to slide into dreamland. We’ve included ashwagandha powder in this warm nighttime brew. For a stronger hit into the “sleep zone,” use organic dairy milk. Raw honey advice Avoid cooking raw honey, as it will affect the nutritional components and healthy antibacterial properties.
These individual guacamole cups are perfect for late-night snacking. For a party treat, double up the tortilla cup recipe and make a double batch of shells. Store in airtight container and fill shortly before serving. Yum yum! Endlessly versatile Little tortilla cups are great for enjoying any number of fillings. Try them with hummus and salsa, too.
When one thinks of crepes, one might picture eggs, flour, melted butter, and more. But these gluten-free, vegan crepes are even easier, and better too. Made with just water and split red lentils, they’re fibre-licious! They hold up well and can be stored in the refrigerator for several days. We’ve topped these lentil crepes with a delicious spanakopita-flavoured filling. They’re great for snacking and more. Great for lunch, too! No time to make crepes? Heat up a tortilla in a frying pan and add crumble on top. Dollop with toppings such as salsa and cilantro.