Today I stumbled upon an excellent snack to keep your day exciting and (semi-) healthy. Try these cinnamon caramel apple bites and spice up your week!
This week I hearkened back to my Girl Scout years and recreated a timeless favorite, the peanut butter sandwich cookie (minus the sandwich part). This almost vegan recipe brings back memories from my teenage years but still adheres to my philosophy that people should vote with their forks.
This week I explored some healthy options in lieu of fatty alternatives for Super Bowl Sunday. If you’re looking for some athletic inspiration, these zucchini chips and sweet potato fries should do the trick.
After a whirlwind of a return to the beautiful California sunshine, I experimented in the kitchen without a recipe, and you can too. That is unless you decide that my experimental dinner looks too good to pass up!
In this week’s The Starving Student, Emiliano O’Flaherty-Vazquez shows that if any worldly force can stop you from buying snack foods, these flaky straws will.
If you manage to save some of your red wine after a party, you can turn it into a cake. I honestly can’t think of a better incentive than that. One bowl, cheap, quick. And an excuse to buy something other than Charles Shaw.
Never mind waiting for autumn to actually start– it doesn’t take much for us to begin thinking about cooking stews and other things inappropriate for what Santa Cruz calls cooler weather.
In this week’s edition of The Starving Student, City on a Hill explains how to cook quinoa in a unique way. A wonder-grain from the Incas, quinoa is definitely healthy enough to get away with being fried in a little olive oil.
Re-creating one of my favorite food court meals brings back good memories and leaves my stomach grateful for this delicious stir-fry recipe.
It’s time to relish the last days of procrastination before finals — take a break from your healthy diet and feast on this sweet treat.