When I go to the Thai restaurant, I absolutely love the appetizers, particularly the lettuce wraps. With fried little morsels of goodness, topped with a soy sauce, and fresh herbs and rice noodles, it’s one of the best parts of going out. This is our own take. A recipe filled with layers of flavor, made in 30 minutes, fresh herbs, and Whole30 approved.
When it comes to the Whole30 and trying to eat as cleanly as possible, I have one major stumbling block. I’m a sucker for dessert and lattes. Last month, we were sticking to the Whole30 in our house and discovered these amazing products. While not all of them are Whole30 approved, many are and all are clean eating friendly. They’re delicious and have totally helped us curb any sweet cravings you might have.
As we’ve been sticking to all things clean and whole in our house, I must share with you the greatest temptation. Snacking and desserts. These two food categories could throw me off quicker than anything else. This recipe is legit, takes 3 ingredients, and doesn’t involve an ice cream maker. It makes it a winner for us. The sweetness of the sorbet comes through naturally through the strawberries. The citric acid from the lemon elevates the melded flavors of the basil and strawberries without being overly tart. (Also, it’s Whole30 approved which is a big win in our house.)
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There’s something about dessert. The finishing note to any dinner and the perfect antidote to an sweet tooth. When it comes to the Whole30 recipes, dessert is hard to come by outside of a small plate of fruit. This recipes stays true to guidelines and provides a delicious smooth finish made in around five minutes (outside of freezing time).
If there’s one vegetable I could never tire of it would be asparagus. I know it’s shown up on the blog time and time again for this very reason. Whether made into asparagus fries (insert link) or served with an aioli and eggs, there’s something about this vegetable that I adore. This recipe is a classic and staple in our house, perfect in time for asparagus season.