Salted Fruit Caramel Sauce

This easy to make Salted Fruit Caramel Sauce is dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan, and paleo friendly. I know, I know, I promised you I would share this with you last week but I had deadlines and had to push it back. So here it is today, Caramel Sauce made with fruit. I couldn’t believe it either when I stumbled upon it

Jalapeño Cilantro Hummus

I have a confession to make, I am a Hummustarian. Have you seen the Butterball commercial where the couple proclaim they’re Turkatarians? Well, not a Turkatarian here, but I believe I’ve morphed into a Hummustarian. Hummustarian as described in Sweet and Spicy Monkey’s kitchen dictionary is one who eats hummus, a lot of hummus. Like I’ve been doing ever since

Israeli Hummus Recipe

Last week we celebrated National Hummus Day. Yes, there’s a day for everything. But hummus should be celebrated because it’s so delicious! And after making Tahini paste and Tahini sauce, it’s only obvious to make hummus. So let’s just keep this hummus ball rolling through the weekend! Really, you shouldn’t be surprised that I’m sharing this recipe with you. Especially

Cinco de Mayo Recipe Round-up

Cinco de Mayo is one of my favorite holidays of the year and it’s coming up this week, Thursday to be exact. I love this holiday because it’s all about good Mexican food, good friends, and good times. This year, I’ve turned to some of my foodie friends over at Culinary Content Network to help me celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Spirulina Guacamole

I love Mexican food. However, I haven’t made any Mexican food here lately except for guacamole. Since avocados are in season, I’ve been buying them in bulk and occasionally I will make some guacamole. I’ve shared a guacamole recipe with you already, but today’s recipe is a little different than the one I’ve already shared. I made this one from

Dreamy Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Dip

It’s all about the food….’bout the food…’bout the food this month as December is the season for parties. You have Christmas parties for work, Christmas parties with family and friends, another Christmas party with your other friends, and the Christmas party with your neighbors. And that’s just the Christmas parties. Then there’s the New Years Eve parties and New Years