Goat Cheese Stuffed Peppers

Snacking is my favorite meal of the day. I tend to eat a lot of smaller meals throughout the day, so I like to think of myself as a bit of a pro when it comes to snack recipes. I love the typical fruit or even a handful of chips, but preparing a quick snack is even better. The best part about most snacks that take a few minutes of prep work is that they’re usually the best recipes to keep on hand for party appetizers too. These goat cheese stuffed peppers are a versatile little recipe that can serve as a great snack or appetizer.

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Green Bean Salad

A delicious make-ahead salad that’ll make you excited about eating summer veggies

Green Bean Salad

Happy Summer!

Ok so I know it’s not officially summer, but summer starts Memorial Day in my opinion and that makes me oh so very happy.

Among many things {think outdoor activities involving water}, all the fresh fruits and veggies are my favorite things about summer.

I have a tendency to follow trends in my veggie-loving ways. In the winter, I make soups on soups on soups. You’ll never hear “no soup for you” in my kitchen.

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Spinach and Apple Slaw

spinach apple slaw salad

Natasha here! If you follow my blog at all, you know that I love eating seasonally. It’s something I have been growing in the more I learn about food. It’s hard to tell what’s in season when shopping at the local grocery stores, so I like to do a little internet research to find out or pop by our Saturday Farmer’s Market in town to see what’s out!

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Jicama Salad

A refreshing, tasty, and interesting salad perfect for the summer

jicama salad1

Ok so yes, this recipe is Mexican-inspired. And yes, yesterday was Cinco de Mayo. But who says you can’t post a Mexican-inspired recipe the day after Cinco de Mayo?

No one has told me not to, so I’m doing it. And I think you’ll be really happy.

This Jicama Salad is perfect for the warmer months to come. There’s no need to turn on your oven. You only need a little time to chop all your veggies.

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