Can you believe that August is almost over? My daughter starts school on the 24th. She will be going to kindergarten. Eek! At the start of the school year, you can start packing lunches in re-usable containers to reduce your carbon footprint. You can also provide your child with healthy lunch options!
I love making all kinds of veggie chips. Sweet potato chips and zucchini chips are my fave. Well this recipe for Cheesy Zucchini Chips will definitely be a new fave. They are delicious, easy to make and dairy free!
I call them cheesy chips, but there is actually no cheese in the recipe! I used nutritional yeast, which has a cheesy flavor. It went so well with these chips. In case you were wondering, nutritional yeast is nothing like bread yeast. You can read more about it here. If you eat dairy, you can use some regular cheese if you like. This can also probably be done in the dehydrator as well. It might take about 12 hours to do that though.
My husband comes up with a lot of the savory recipes on this blog. This Thai Coconut Rice is one of his creations. He loved it so much that he declared, “This ranks right up there with the Peanut Noodle Stir Fry!” If you have made that recipe, then you know that is a high compliment. He made this a little spicy, but you can certainly omit the jalapeno pepper if you don’t want the heat. Some of the other recipes he has made are Homemade Sriracha and Sweet Potato Chili.
This Thai Coconut Rice is pretty easy to make. It’s vegan and gluten free too.