Tart and tangy apples, plus the juice of a fresh-squeezed orange, give this recipe for Easy Broccoli Apple Soup a bright and sunny disposition.…
Rum Pumpkin Praline Pie
Rum Pumpkin Praline Pie is the perfect combination of light and boozy, sweet and salty. A store-bought crust makes this recipe practically effortless.…
Sheet Pan Sage Pork with Apples and Potatoes
Sheet Pan Sage Pork with Apples and Potatoes is a quick and easy weeknight recipe. Serve your whole family or pack the leftovers for lunch. It’s sugar free and gluten free too, so you can feel good about how you fuel yourself.
I went to bed at 7:50 p.m. last night, so I get it. You want dinner and you want it fast. And that’s where sheet pan meals come in. Hands in the air if you’ve ever tried one! Yep, that’s right. And keep ’em up if you love sheet pan meals. Okay, yeah, totally what I expected. Everyone in *this imaginary room* right now has his hand up.
Cranberry-Pecan Spiced Quinoa Breakfast Bowls
I made so many delicious kitchen things. *I attempted to make so many delicious kitchen things. Success rate – 50 percent. But those that were successful, are delicious. Like Cranberry-Pecan Spiced Quinoa Breakfast Bowl.
Caramel Apple Butter Bars
Caramel. Apple. Butter. Bars.
Easily the best thing I’ve ever made.
Like, this is what I’m going to start my business with. I just keep thinking about it. People will come for these. And then they’ll come back. And then they’ll buy sheets and sheets of Caramel Apple Butter Bars for private parties and pretend that they’re homemade when really DANIELLE made them. Hi :).
Autumn Lasagna with Butternut Squash and Spinach
I’m not gonna sugar-coat it. Lasagna is hard people. This is not your one-meal, 30-minute dinner dish. But if you’re okay with that, this dish is certainly worth the effort.
If you’re like me, sometimes you’re in the mood to get a lot of dishes dirty. Sometimes we want a challenge! Sometimes we need that cathartic kitchen time during which we are so consumed by the recipe that we don’t have time to think, eat, or breath anything else. If you’re in the mood for that kind of cooking session, this dish is certainly worth the effort.
What to Eat in September
This blog is very food- and recipe-focused. I don’t mention my credentials often. I don’t educate all that much. What I aim to do as a blogging dietitian is to cook and eat by example. I make delicious and beautiful meals. Mostly healthy meals. Always meals that nourish and satisfy. I also occasionally indulge and that’s reflected on my blog too. You’ll see desserts and outrageous sandwiches and cream sauce-this or cheesy-that. This is right in line with my Kitchen Philosophy — healthy meals are non-negotiable, but everything in moderation.
That being said, I’m proud to be a dietitian and there are so many of us out here who enjoy sharing our recipes, our stories, our ideas, our advice, our knowledge, and everything in between. I’ve gotten to know some of these RDs (Registered Dietitians) and RDNs (Registered Dietitian Nutritionists) over the past few months and I want you to meet them too! So here’s a (mostly) healthy recipe round up, featuring a lot of my colleagues. Get reading and eating with What to Eat in September.…