Chia Seed Tapioca

I’m a big fan of chia seeds. I began to fall in love with them while I was pregnant and wanted the benefits that these little powerfoods hold. They are rich in omega-3 fats (good for brain development), high in fiber (good for regularity), a good source of protein (for rapid cell regeneration), and high…

Pumpkin Yogurt Pie

I’m not much of a baker because I have a hard time following direction. Crazy right? I’m always trying to think of how I can improve a recipe or personalize it to fit my taste.  Last weekend I wanted to make a pumpkin pie and when I came across a recipe I substituted heavy cream…

Oatmeal Four Ways

Lately, I’ve been experimenting with oatmeal. Oatmeal? whoop-dee-doo… I know, I know it doesn’t sound exciting but why does it have to be boring? With the cooler weather lately it’s the perfect go-to, weekday breakfast. I share some of my topping ideas on Bikini.com. Check it out for all the recipes pictured above. What are…

Sriracha and Traditional Deviled Eggs

Recently, I spent the afternoon with my friend Ellen from In My Red Kitchen, and we made a feast of a couple summer salads, deviled eggs, and shot these delicious Dutch egg cakes.  What’s more fun than two foodies who both love to cook and eat?  I don’t know, you tell me. These two different…

It’s a Watermelon Summer

Summer calls for barbecues, warm nights, and watermelon drinks.  I love when I pull ice cold watermelon from the fridge.  I can eat the entire thing in one sitting.  I mean, it is just water isn’t it? Here’s a watermelon juice recipe that’s a breeze to make and uses only 2 ingredients.  That’s right! Two!…