Even though it would have been much simpler to just toss the Teeny Tiny Potatoes into some olive oil and pop them into the oven at 400 degrees for a golden roast, the tiny outcome made for a big laugh and great entertainment. Will I ever eat those enormous Yukons and Russets again?!...ok, not quite but I'll definitely be sharing these tiny taters with friends and family soon because they are seriously so cute! From the innovative, Swedish Hasselback potato to the classic American baked, here are four ways to enjoy Trader Joe's Teeny Tiny Potatoes.
This is by far my favorite smoothie and believe it or not, I actually blended this lemony delight by mistake. My secret weapon? Not a lemon. So if you're interested in skipping the puckered, sour face and finding out what makes this cup of sunshine so delish, keep reading!
With Valentine's Day right around the corner, I couldn't help but come up with something rich and decadent that still favored my healthy eating habits. Next thing you know, I'm whipping up homemade, vegan dark chocolate to create this antioxidant rich smoothie.
When the temps are at a record high and you just can’t beat the heat, fruit is always a refreshing, summer go to. It’s perfect for breakfast, cookouts, parties, beach days, smoothies, picnics… the list goes on! Let’s be honest though, it’s definitely easier to just grab pre-cut fruit at the grocery store, especially on a hot summer day. It’s already made which saves you time and a big juicy mess in the kitchen but you’re missing out on some excellent benefits by not creating a fruit bowl right at home. So the next time you go to buy pre-cut fruit, consider these five simple reasons to make your own bowl.