Category Archives: 10 Minutes or Less Recipes

Supercharged Avocado Toast Recipe

Supercharged Avocado Toast Recipe

What do you do when you come home after a long weekend and you’re…

too lazy to cook or shop?
too impatient to order takeout?
too worried that greasy takeout will make you feel gross and bloated?

You make this Supercharged Avocado Toast, that’s what!

I whip this up as a healthy meal/snack at least once a week when I really don’t feel like fussing over food.

And if you loooove condiments? This sandwich will be your new best friend.

Watch the video now to learn how to make it:

What’s your go-to lazy-but-healthy meal? Let me know in the comments!

Avo Toast

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How to Cook Sweet Potatoes in Under 10 Minutes

How to Cook Sweet Potatoes in Under 10 Minutes

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know three things: 1. I am incapable of ditching the excited “muppet face”:             2. I’m obsessed with my parents’ giant fluff-ball, Duncan:             3. There’s a new ingredient in my breakfast:             Thanks… Continue Reading

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10-Minute Quinoa Breakfast Porridge

10-Minute Quinoa Breakfast Porridge

If you’re freezing your buns off, you may be feeling the urge to swap your morning smoothie for something soothing, hearty, and warm. After all, how can you “curl up” with a frozen mango-strawberry smoothie?! My teeth are jittering just thinking about it. A warm oatmeal might feel like more work, but it doesn’t have… Continue Reading

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Why Store-Bought Dressings Suck

Why Store-Bought Dressings Suck

I used to buy “healthy”, low-fat salad dressings and bring them to work with my lunch:  a big old salad. I thought it tasted pretty good and was proud of myself for making healthier choices. But then, a few years ago I attempted to make a vinaigrette for dinner guests and I wanted to slap… Continue Reading

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White Bean Dip…Dressing?

White Bean Dip…Dressing?

When I’m asked to “bring an appetizer” to a party but I’m feeling lazy, my go-to is this tasty Lemony White Bean dip. It’s refreshing, it’s healthy, it’s easy, and best of all, the ingredients are all pantry staples. Recently I went to one of my favorite I-talian restaurants here in CT and had a… Continue Reading

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Easiest Way Ever to Cook Fish

Easiest Way Ever to Cook Fish

Last Fall, hundreds of you completed a survey about your food preferences and what you wish you ate more often. One of the major foods my non-vegans wished they ate more of was fish. Heeeeere fishy fishy fishy! I’m with you on the “I wish I ate fish more often” thing – I usually order… Continue Reading

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Oh These Nuts?

Oh These Nuts?

I LOVE toasted hazelnuts (and stuff they come in, like Nutella) – they’re an amazing topping for sassing up any basic veggie dish, salad, oatmeal, or dessert in a flash. But when you buy hazelnuts they usually come with those pesky skins still on them. Luckily, they’re easy (and fun) to remove. So check out… Continue Reading

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How to Morph Leftovers into a 10-Minute Frittata

How to Morph Leftovers into a 10-Minute Frittata

On Sunday’s, I’m a big fan of making BAB’s (Big-Ass Batches) to make it easier to feed yourself during a busy week. But, if you’re like me and you get bored easily, it’s not that fun to eat the same old food over and over. That’s why I love morphing leftovers into brand new dishes,… Continue Reading

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Same Old Greens? How ‘bout 10-Minute Maple-Sesame Bok Choy?

Same Old Greens? How ‘bout 10-Minute Maple-Sesame Bok Choy?

You’ve told me you want to eat more greens – good thinking. Greens help keep you energized and fill you up, crowding out all the heavier foods that make you feel bloated and cranky. Now, of course you know I’m obsessed with kale (who isn’t?!), it’s the ultimate green nutrition powerhouse.  But, I thought it… Continue Reading

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