Molten Chocolate Cake with Peanut Butter

 Give me all the chocolate please. Well, let me rephrase that. Please give me anything that has to do with chocolate and peanut butter. I absolutely cannot resist that flavor combination. And don’t even get me started on what happens when you put them together in a molten chocolate cake – it is the most unbelievable dessert out there.  You should probably go make it, right now.

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Cauliflower Pizza

I am a big fan of pizza and could probably eat pizza (or tacos) pretty much everyday of the week. Although that sounds delicious, it is probably not the most healthy of diets. Enter caulfilower pizza. When I want pizza but want one that is a little more nutritious, this is what I turn to. Although it is not exactly like pizza dough, this cauliflower pizza is pretty darn close. 

Feel free to put all of your favorite toppings on the crust. I like old school pizza sauce, cheese and basil but the sky is the limit in what you can top with pizza crust. 

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Upside Down Banana Cake

I love food brands that remind me of a time and place in my life. Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee at Home is one of those brands.  Going to school in Boston, I like every other college kid in town, had an iced coffee every morning, even when it was below freezing and snowing. I even interned at the advertising agency that held the Dunkin’ account and made some horribly embarrassing advertising campaign for Dunkin’ Donuts as my final project that thankfully has been lost (hopefully).

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Dutch Apple Cake

This past summer we embarked on an epic European vacation. One of these days I will get around to posting some of those pictures here, but until then lets talk about this apple pie/apple cake situation that we encountered on our trip. The first leg of our trip was LA to Amsterdam. We later went onto Denmark and Sweden but for the purpose of this post, lets talk all about Amsterdam and that apple cake. 

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Baked Eggs with Kale, Tomatoes, and Chickpeas

This week's fridge foraging is what to do with all of my leftover greens.

We drove home from Montana to LA on Monday and I had a ton of greens that I didn't use in Montana so they made the long trek to LA with us. Needless to say they had seen better days. What to do with them? Make an updated version of baked eggs with kale, tomatoes and chickpeas. 

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