Today I want to briefly share the recipes that I personally recommend from the blog. People sometimes ask me which recipe they can make for so and so occasion. Of course, I confidently--errr more like nervously? Pinpoint at this recipe, that recipe, and oh! That one too! If I were to be honest, though, I don't think all of Fit for the Soul's recipes are on point. I started this blog when I was quite young in my ways, and my taste buds have definitely developed and refined themselves over the years. So it's safe to say that I wouldn't necessarily recommend a few of them, but the other ones? Well, I've got you covered.
These GF hazelnut cookiewiches with mocha cream cheese filling are sure to wow a crowd. They've been tested by kids and you know what they say--kids are really honest! Way too honest sometimes.
Another dessert sandwich that is surprisingly vegan and gluten free. Snickerdoodle and lemon ice cream sandwiches.
If you want to impress that person you're newly dating with your culinary skills, with a look-at-me-i'm-so-culturally-adventurous factor, you might just want to try making hot stone pot (dohlsot) bibimbap. Can't go wrong with that one because it is extremely versatile.
If your newly acquired boy(girl)friend starts to wonder why you keep on making Asian dishes like this soba with creamy tangerine honey dressing, you can just blame it on me. Don't worry, I've learned to grow quite a bit of a thick skin. (Or so I'd like to think)
Keeping traditional buttery desserts healthy, vegan, and gf isn't always easy. Maybe you'll like the healthy profile of this satisfying berry cobbler!
Your AC just broke down, so you swore that if you have to lay your hands on the oven one more time, you'll go crazy. No problem. These no-bake almond butter jelly squares will come in handy the next time the AC techy flakes on you. Plus, one of the steps includes the fridge so you'll stay extra cool, yay!
Let's get crazy with the flavor combos! How about some mint pineapple cake with mascarpone frosting? Sounds strange yet tastes so good. So good that I didn't eat more than 1/3 of it all by myself.
You can also be all kawaii and oh-so-sweet to your kiddos (or significant other) by packing them bento style food, like these carrot shrimp jeon bites with homemade eel sauce. Mmmm!
Craving a little taste of France, but don't have energy to bake a whole pie, nor take in the extra buttery, albeit delicious calories? Look no further with this gluten free green onion and spinach quiche for one.
I hope you enjoy if you give them a try. :)
I'm sorry this post is full of links, you guys. But I really want to share the amazingness that these bloggers are, so I hope you don't mind too much.
Lady and Pups' recipes and photography are simply fantastic. I also think their About page is pretty cool because it's so unique!
Beth Kirby's courage to open up to the world about her bipolar is admirable. I am blessed to know that she pursues her passions despite the struggles she faces every single day.
I think I may be a tad obsessed with Japanese anything because I'm loving this foodie guide to Tokyo, written by the wonderful Sarah!
And the Japanese food obsession continues...with Nami's delicious recipes and most importantly, her sweet and kind personality.
Must try these fun moves from Lindsay--especially the plyo press push to ninja tuck. My abdominal and trapezius muscles are crying already.
Great reminders to stay balanced while pursuing a fit lifestyle.
Try this awesome cardiovascular yoga routine that targets obliques and inner thighs...and then tell me you're not feeling the burn in those exact areas. You won't regret it! Or maybe you will?
Have a beautiful day, and I will be unplugging tonight and most of tomorrow for personal reasons. But do keep in touch because I will be back soon!
What are some inspiring links you've found recently?