Fresh sweet raspberries filled with soft vanilla cream cheese and topped with graham cracker crumbles. Sweet and tasty, these no bake mini treats are perfect as a dessert.
I can’t decide what my favorite dessert is. Sometimes it’s macaron and other times it’s cheesecake. For sure, it’s one or the other. I just can’t decide between them because they’re both so good!
Today I’ll be focusing on the cheesecake aspect. If you haven’t tried my Mini Vanilla Cheesecake with Sprinkles on Graham Cracker Crust, you’ll have to go see the recipe. So simple and so delicious. And you can have one in about a half hour. Okay, maybe a little longer since you have to wait for it to cool… But if you really want something even quicker and easier, you’ll have to try these cheesecake stuffed raspberries. No baking necessary.
A parfait with alternating layers of acai blended with berries and avocado blended with frozen bananas to create a delicious and nutritious breakfast or snack. Topped with granola and fresh fruits, this parfait has so many flavors and texture.
Another breakfast recipe to share with you today!
I’m really loving all these parfaits, bowls, and smoothies. They’re so amazingly delicious, addictive, and nutritious. What more can I ask for?
This particular parfait is special. It’s filled with tons of antioxidants from the acai and vitamin C from all the berries and fruits. The creaminess and richness of the avocado keeps us full and satisfied. And if you’re like me, then you must be as addicted to granola as I am. I love the slight sweetness of granola and the additional crunch for texture. I can’t resist them! I keep adding more and more to my parfait.
Garlicky, buttery, slightly spicy noodles tossed with sliced mushrooms and refreshing basil for a tasty Asian inspired dish. Each bite will be bursting with flavors, keeping you hooked until there’s nothing left on that plate.
For those of you who have followed me these several months, you know that I love my noodles. Serve me noodles, and I’ll be happy. I also love love love my garlic. I like to add garlic to all my dishes. Well, within reason, of course. I don’t think you’d appreciate it if I added garlic to my desserts. I wouldn’t either. But oh my gosh, two of my favorite ingredients together in one dish? Drool worthy.
While this dish is somewhat similar to my Spicy Garlic Noodle, it has an Asian twist. This Asian inspired pasta dish tastes absolutely amazing. You have the aromatic flavor of garlic, the refreshing fragrance of basil, sliced mushrooms, and just a little bit spicy from the chili pepper. It’s soo good, especially with the addition of tamari. I could sit there and eat this all day long without sharing, that’s how much I like this dish.
I’m so excited! This week I’m the featured blogger and co-host for Social Media 2 for Tuesday hosted by Kim from Enjoy the View and DeDe from Designed Decor. It’s a great way to introduce yourself and meet other bloggers. If you’re interested in joining the fun, scroll down and link up your Google + and Twitter accounts. You can also enter for a chance to be a future featured blogger. =)
It’s Tuesday, and that means it’s ~SoMe2~ time again!Let’s party and grow our blogs!We love seeing our “regulars” link up each week – you guys are awesome! We also love seeing new bloggers – and we need new bloggers each week so that we all can keep growing our following. Everyone try to tell at least one new person about the party, and let’s see how much we can grow!!
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This week, we’re linking up our Google+ and Twitter accounts,
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Mashed bananas mixed with creamy coconut milk and a little bit of crushed peanuts then topped with a chocolate drizzle for a delicious frozen treat. Easy to prepare, this coconut banana frozen treat will be perfect as a healthy snack on a hot day.
So my chocolate drizzle isn’t the best… But it’s so difficult to drop melted chocolate on frozen treats! They freeze instantly, and sometimes even before they land on top. And this is the result.
While the chocolate is a mess, I can guarantee that these healthy frozen coconut banana treats are delicious and easy to prepare. The hard part is waiting for them to freeze and of course, the chocolate drizzle.
Shredded mango, sliced shrimp, grated carrot, basil, mint, and perilla combined together in a sweet and savory Asian inspired salad. In about 20 minutes, you can have a delicious salad ready to be served.
I hope you’re in the mood for something a little different this weekend! Have you ever tried a mango salad at a Thai or Vietnamese restaurant? Or even a papaya salad? They’re pretty similar.
Most of the time, we eat mangoes without any enhancements (although it’s really good with Tajin seasoning too, just saying). Mangoes are so sweet and juicy they don’t need anything else to make them wonderful. You can find mango in salsa or even as an add on for salads. But have you ever had mango as the main ingredient in a salad? Or have you ever used green mango? They’re the ones that are firm and aren’t quite ripe yet? No? Then you are missing out! Continue reading →
Pink dragon fruit blended with almond butter then topped with sliced fresh bananas and honey granola. Easy to make and delicious, this fruity bowl is perfect for breakfast or as an afternoon snack.
Can you tell that I’m on a breakfast bowl kick? They’re so tasty, and they’re such a great pick me up that I just can’t resist!
If you had no idea what pitaya is or have never heard of it before, don’t worry, you’re not alone. I didn’t know what it was either when I first saw it on the menu at Nekter Juice Bar. I had to ask the guy at the register. And I’m so glad that I decided to try it! It’s one of the most amazing blended fruit bowls I’ve ever had. And I’m so happy that I can share my simplified version of the pitaya bowl with you and my friends at Fiesta Friday.
Red amaranth leaves stir fried with garlic for an easy yet delicious Asian inspired dish. With just five ingredients, garlic red amaranth stir fry is a perfect choice for a simple dinner served with rice.
In today’s recipe, the main ingredient is red amaranth. Have you heard of it?
It’s actually one of my favorite dishes. So simple to make too! Just red amaranth leaves cooked with garlic. The redness seeps out of the leaves then into the sauce and into the garlic, creating a pretty pink dish with green leaves.
Acai blended with banana to create a creamy parfait topped with sweet strawberries, sliced bananas, and crunchy granola. Quick and easy to make, this acai bowl can be a delicious breakfast or a late afternoon snack.
Lately, I’ve been obsessed with acai bowls. Have you had one before?
Acai bowls are basically acai puree blended with other fruits, and occasionally some nut butter, to create a smoothie that’s thick like yogurt or ice cream. Then they’re topped with granola, a variety of fruits, and sometimes coconut flakes. They taste so amazing and are very healthy, filled with tons of vitamins and antioxidants. They’re served in a bowl and eaten with a spoon.