Monthly Archives: December 2015

Fiesta Guacamole


This dressed up guacamole recipe looks as festive as it is delicious. Pomegranate seeds add a bit of sweetness and crunch, and give the recipe a red and green holiday flair. Vegan and gluten free, this guacamole is sure to be a hit with everyone at all your holiday fiestas!

For the recipe, visit Robyn Moreno’s site.

And for a quick DIY video, click on the link below!

Fiesta Guacamole DIY Video

Chinese Mu Shu Vegetables {vegan}

Mu Shu

Traditionally made with pork, though often made with chicken or shrimp, Mu Shu is a simple and delicious authentic Northern Chinese recipe that’s easily adapted and made healthier. By keeping the focus on the vegetables, the fiber and nutrients go up, and the fat and cholesterol go down. Cabbage offers a deluge of health benefits, including high doses of vitamins C and K, beta-carotene, and sulforaphane, which is touted for its cancer fighting properties. For a gluten free option, serve this mu shu over brown rice. This recipe also makes for great leftovers, so feel free to double it for easy and healthy meals all week long.

For the recipe, visit GeoBlue’s sites Healthy Travel Blog & Travel Well Worldwide.

Black Bean Sweet Potato Enchiladas

Enchiladas 1

If weeknight dinners are a constant struggle, consider this recipe your crowd-pleasing one dish wonder. Feel free to swap in whatever vegetables and protein you have on hand, and customize this dish to your preferences. Chicken, shrimp, rice, grilled vegetables, all would be delicious here. For even more variety, set out some sour cream, salsa, shredded lettuce, and hot sauces and let everyone top up their own plate.

To view the recipe, visit Robyn Moreno’s website. 

Vegan Christmas Quinoa


Give yourself a break from all the holiday indulgence with this fresh and healthy quinoa salad. Bright and tangy pomegranates mixed with super-food kale give this dish a festive Christmas vibe. Served warm or cold, this recipe makes the perfect lunch to take to work, and a great energy-boosting snack to get you though all your holiday celebrations.

To view the recipe, visit Robyn Moreno’s site.