I LOVE just about any tomato dish with pasta in it. This ziti has no pasta in it, so it was a surprise to me that it is just as delicious with only meat, cheese and veggies. And it is, like any ziti, easy to whip up, perfect for a Keto meal.
My mom used to make lasagna with cottage cheese rather than ricotta. I still like that down-home taste of Mama’s cooking so that is what my recipe calls for. If you like ricotta better, use that instead.
Baked beans are super easy, hearty and filling. Perfect for lunch or dinner, these beans are great as the main event, but also wonderful as a side dish.
The added plus is that you can put them in your boxed lunch and simply microwave the beans to re-heat. Or you can put them in a baggie and freeze in single serving sizes. Then, toss into your lunch bag and they will be defrosted and ready for the microwave as soon as lunch-time rolls around. Continue reading “Vegan Root Beer Baked Beans”→
I recently bought a huge bag of Brussels sprouts and made soup with half of them. I LOVE Brussels sprouts when quartered and cooked in soup. Since the sprouts taste a little like cabbage to me, I wondered if I could use up the rest of the bag in a stir fry. I also had on hand a block of firm tofu and some edamame spaghetti noodles. I combined them all and it turned out delicious! Continue reading “Stir Fried Brussels Sprouts with Tofu and Edamame Noodles”→