Cream of Artichoke Soup

I’ve always wanted to be the kind of lady who can just kill it at a gospel church. Belting it out, laughing and smiling ear-to-ear, calling everyone by name, and giving everyone big mama bear hugs – all with a healthy dose of sass.

I would say I can accomplish most of those, minus the actual gospel singing and remembering all the names. The belting, laughing, hugging, and “call ‘em like I see ‘em/ playful hard time” sassing I think I have down. And they can only grow from here!

Creamy vegan artichoke soup

Along with this sunny, yet sassy personality I try to reflect outward, comes a strong desire to feed all my friends and family. As far as I’m concerned, everyone is a growing girl/boy. And one of my favorite ways to achieve this is with soup accompanied by a good hearty bread.

Super fast, super easy, and super flavorful, this creamy artichoke soup nourishes bellies and warms hearts.

My favorite way to “cream” a soup is with velvety cashew cream. (This creamy kale soup and this corn and leek soup are also worth checking out!) This artichoke soup starts with …keep reading!

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Obsession-Worthy Brussels & Kale Winter Salad

Kale Brussels Salad with dried cherries and quinoa

Toasted hazelnuts, pickled red onion, shaved Brussels sprouts, dried tart cherries, Parmesan, quinoa, kale, and a lemon cider vinaigrette. These ingredients all join together in a perfect symphony of flavors to create an obsession-worthy salad. I’m so incredibly excited about this recipe that I think I made it four times in two weeks, and I can’t wait for you to make it too.

My man and I are in the process of looking for a house, and I’m happily baking up a storm at the Bakehouse – where my Spiced Triple Ginger Cookies recently made it onto our menu! Between the decadent pastries I bring home from work and the lavish weekend brunches to fuel up for house-hunting, I felt the need for a big, hearty dinner salad. This one is just the ticket.

Kale Brussels Sprouts salad with hazelnuts and pickled onions

The toasted hazelnuts, dried tart fruit, and salty sharp cheese bring a richness and heft to make this salad a stand-alone meal. Meanwhile, the quick-pickled onion Keep reading…