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31 Dec 15-Minute Vegetarian New Years Appetizer Platter

15-Minute Vegetarian New Years Appetizer Platter If you're like me, you tend to wait until the last minute to do a lot of things. Like making an hors d'oeuvres platter for New Years eve the night before since you have to work right up until party time, or creating the content for a meatless Monday post right as the sun sets on your Monday. In this case, both are colliding so I decided to create something spectacular that will take you no more than 15 minutes to put together (so you'll have tons of time to get all fabulous before the big night). The surprising and complex flavors of all three of these dishes will wow your friends and make you look way fancier than you actually are (so you can sit back and drink copious amounts of champagne while everyone sings your praises instead of slaving in the kitchen and...

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23 Jul Superfoods: The Natural Side of Energy (Vegan, Vegetarian)

I'm really excited to share my first published article and recipe, from the July "Green Energy" issue of Green Living Magazine. Read all about my favorite energy boosting Superfoods and make a delicious and nutritious vegetarian (or vegan!) breakfast with my Superfood granola bowl recipe (and have the fuel to run the stairs a few more cycles!)Enjoy!xo,Stephanie ...

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20 May Panko Fried Pickles

Panko Fried Pickles Yield: About 30 PicklesCook Time: 20 Minutes My Southern roots draw me to anything deep fried and I just plain LUV pickles, so these suckers are my perfect storm. Although I try to limit my fried food consumption these will always be an exception to my moderately healthy lifestyle. Crunchy, salty, garlicky, and just plain addicting- you can't just eat one. I bring these to every picnic and BBQ and after the initial "Fried Pickles, really? Um, I guess I'll try?" moment, the crowd goes wild and devours them all. Cut them in half to get more servings, or just make double the recipe- trust me, you'll need the extra! xo Stephanie Ingredients2 Jars of Claussen Garlic Dill Sandwich Slices1 Box of Panko Bread Crumbs1 Cup Flour6 EggsCanola OilKosher Salt DirectionsMake your breading station. One plate or tin of each: breadcrumbs, flour, eggs. Use only half of each ingredient at first, since you’ll inevitably get some goop...

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