Flourless Peanut Butter Wild Cookies

I wish I could take credit for this recipe but I can't. They are quite simply a bite of heaven. Made with just a handful ingredients with minimal dishes and measuring, you will never go back to any other cookie. One of my best buddies makes these all the time and whenever I am at her house a bag of these is sure to come out of the freezer (hint: they are even better frozen!). But wait you say, aren't I the girl who's all about clean eating?! Yes! I'm all about everything in moderation, food made with REAL ingredients and there is ALWAYS room for dessert! Honestly, when I want a treat I want it to be a GOOD treat, something tasty and something clean. Sorry but a box of Jo Jo's doesn't do it f

Lemony Tahini Dressing

Last week I was on a mission to clean the fridge out of all things not needed for the Thanksgiving cooking extravaganza that was about to go down. I had thought about making these carrots as a side but with three kick-ass veggie recipes already on the menu, I figured we had enough. These bagged carrots are a super simple and easy vegetable to have on hand. Simply toss with a little avocado oil, pink salt, pepper and turmeric and roast at 400F for 30 minutes. The real shining star here though is this Lemony Tahini Dressing I snagged from Cookie + Kate. If you don't follow her, you should. This is hands-down one of my favorite dressings to make (aside from my Creamy Garlic Dressing). I mean, I

Turnip Fries

I am ALWAYS looking for more ways to make vegetables the highlight of the meal and in my November Master Your Mindset nutrition group we are talking about all the ways to make veggies more attractive than bags of raw carrots and celery! So may I introduce to you the turnip fry! Truth be told, I'm not sure I've ever bought or cooked a turnip before trying this recipe but low and behold, I'm a convert! Skip the sweet potato fries and go for this low carb version instead. I polished these off in a nanosecond but the true test will be serving them to my kids. They have a slight bitter taste but it's faint and easily masked with dipping sauces (my kids have never met a fry who doesn't like ketchu

Cabbage and Black Bean Slaw

I had this cabbage slaw TWICE today. On its own for lunch and with some pan seared scallops for dinner. (Side Note: the frozen scallops from Trader Joe's are legit good!) Learning how to plate your meals is KEY in the nutrition group I have kicking off on Monday. I had no idea that tweaking the percentage of macronutrients at each meal would make such a difference! Don't worry, no scales or measuring food involved, just the simple eyeball method! What’s in the slaw you say? Cabbage, black beans, bell pepper, scallions, cilantro, juice of two limes, 1 pressed garlic clove, a little extra virgin olive oil, some apple cider vinegar and a pinch of salt. I rarely measure when I cook (which is EXA

Simply Sarah - Sarah Ross

Simply Sarah is about making simple changes in our habits to live a happier, healthier life. Food and fitness go hand-in-hand and my goal is to help you find that balance. I strongly believe you are what you continually do and never so much as with how you take care of your body both inside and out. I want to show you that there is a difference between having a diet and being on a diet (clearly you know the one I support!). Want a more personalized food plan and workout schedule? Drop me a message for information on my monthly challenge groups!

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