Denver - Design District - Alameda and Broadway
368 S Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Looking for a minimal-effort, make-ahead brunch recipe to feed a crowd? This delicious spin on a breakfast classic is filled with the wonderful Sunday morning flavors we all love. Make it the night before and throw it in the oven the next morning—no dipping, flipping, or frying required! It doesn’t get any easier than this to put warm French toast casserole on the table for breakfast or brunch.
These delicious, allergy friendly, vegan, paleo cookies have a surprise hiding inside—they’re green! Sunflower seeds have a high amount of the free radical scavenger chlorogenic acid, which turns green when it meets baking soda during baking. The effect is completely harmless and makes for perfect St. Patrick’s Day cookies, with no food dye or hidden spinach. The cookies need to cool for about an hour to turn green, so resist the urge to eat them all hot out of the oven!
Making your own egg dye from natural foods is simple and fun. You can even use brown-shelled eggs—with their darker base, they enhance the color, creating a range of earthy jewel tones. Just mix up your dyes and let the eggs soak until your desired color is reached. The dye can be used to make more eggs, just be sure to keep it in the refrigerator. And remember that natural dyes stain too, so be sure to protect your egg dyeing area and clothes!
What does it mean to eat the rainbow? It means to eat an array of colorful vegetables—the phytonutrients that give vegetables their vibrant colors are the same ones that also support human health! This Roasted Veggie Bowl makes it easy and delicious to eat the rainbow. Roasting vegetables makes them easier to digest and enhances their flavor, while the creamy sesame tahini dressing takes eating your veggies to a whole new level of deliciousness!
Chorizo paired with white beans is a traditional dish in Spain and other parts of the Mediterranean. It is often made into a stew, but just as tasty served as a bowl over wilted greens such as spinach, collards, or kale. It is quick and easy, warm and cozy, and affordable—the kind of meal perfect for a weeknight!