Comment from Julie Lee:

My neighborhood coffee shop recently started serving oat milk, which I thought was such a great alternative! #ad It me me want to try making it at home, so I partnered with @Quaker to bring you a homeme version which I used to make these #matcha lattes. #Oats 🍵🍵🍵 Matcha Latte with Oat Milk 1 c oats 3 dates, pitted 1 vanilla bean, scraped pinch of sea salt 3 c water 1 tbsp coconut oil 3 tsp matcha powder 2-3 tsp honey 1 c hot water 1 c oat milk Directions for oat milk: Soak oats and dates in water overnight. Strain and rinse oats. In a blender, blend oats, dates, vanilla bean seeds, coconut oil and salt. Strain. Directions for lattes: In a blender, mix matcha, honey, water and oat milk, until frothy.

11 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

Happy holidays! Eat something delicious! 🎄🎁🍾

22 Days ago

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Comment from Julie Lee:

I’m always looking for ways to sneak more oats into my diet, so I came up with this recipe for Banana Oat Bundt Cake w/Sea Salt Caramel Glaze using @Quaker oats. #ad Not only are oats good for you, this cake is also perfect for the holidays! #Oats 🍌🍌🍌 Banana Oat Bundt Cake w/Sea Salt Caramel Glaze 1/2 c canola oil 3/4 c dark brown sugar 3/4 c cane sugar 1 tsp vanilla extract 3 very ripe bananas, mashed 2 eggs 2 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp sea salt 1 c oatmeal, ground into flour 1 1/2 c AP flour 1 c buttermilk 1/2 c dark brown sugar 4 tbsp butter 3 tbsp dulce de leche 1 tsp sea salt 1/2 c powdered sugar Optional garnish Cacao nibs toasted oats Directions for cake: Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease 12-cup bundt cake pan. In a mixer, beat oil and sugars together. Add eggs, bananas, and vanilla. Combine baking soda, salt, oats and flour. Add 1/2 to batter and incorporate. Then add half of the buttermilk. Alternate until all ingredients have been incorporated. Bake 60-75 minutes, or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. Directions for glaze: Melt butter and add brown sugar. Stir constantly over medium-low heat until sugar dissolves. Add dulce de leche, sea salt and vanilla. Turn heat off and add powdered sugar. Immediately pour over cake. Garnish with toasted oats and cacao nibs, if desired.

28 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

1 in 5 kids will go hungry this holiday, which is why I’m helping @Tillamook and @NoKidHungry fill empty plates for those in need--and you can too! All you have to do is post 🍽 + #RealFoodSunday TODAY and 50 meals will get donated. Thank you so much for your help! 🙏🏻

29 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

Just me or did the last few months go into warp speed? Like yesterday I was decorating for Halloween and today I'm wrapping presents. I’m partnering with DOVE Chocolate to share how I keep my zen when the holidays get all crazy hectic! Making Donuts with DOVE Milk Chocolate PROMISES glaze and candied citrus help, because cooking is my therapy! 🍊🍫🍩How do you #ChoosePleasure and focus on yourself during this busy time of year? #Ad

32 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

Candied citrus, so pretty and delicious. 😍🍬🍊🍬

32 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

Holidays are meant for feasting, so for this festive dinner, I'm making vegetarian enchiladas smothered with a sweet, smokey, spicy mole--with all the fixings like pickled carrots, avocado, and pico de gallo. In case the spiciness sneaks up, we'll be cheersing with fancy glasses of milk to temper the heat! #Ad #FoodLovesMilk

33 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

Just a little PSA to treat yourself this holiday! 💆🏻❤️💎Here's the perfect way to indulge: 1. Eat dessert first. 2. Buy yourself a present. I'm partnering with #MiuMiuParfum to share a delicious recipe for mini baked Alaskas inspired by #MiuMiu7Sins + MiuMiu's perfume (link in profile for more info). #partner

37 Days ago

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44 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

Lemon meringue pie for a friend's birthday + a good excuse to whip out the ol' blowtorch. 🔥🍋 Happy weekend, friends!

44 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

Brock's favorite sandwich from our local Vietnamese restaurant is a spicy tofu banh mi with EXTRA sriracha. 👹(They've even memorized his order!) I've recreated the banh mi at home for a fun holiday dinner party and paired it with a fancy golden milk concoction of creamy milk, fresh turmeric juice and honey). #Ad #FoodLovesMilk Spicy Tofu Banh Mi 1 block firm tofu, drained 2 tbsp chili oil 2 tsp red pepper flakes 2 tbsp sambal salt and pepper 4 mini french baguettes sriracha mayo mint basil cilantro daikon and carrot pickles cucumber sliced jalapeno Directions: Cut tofu into 1/4" slices. Season with chili oil, pepper flakes, sambal, and salt and pepper. Pre-heat pan to medium heat. Add canola oil. Pan fry tofu until crispy, flipping once. Assemble Sandwiches. Slice each baguette in half lengthwise. Toast bread. Spead sriracha mayo on bread and layer tofu, herbs, pickles, cucumber and jalapeno. Golden Turmeric Milk 1 c milk 2 tbsp turmeric juice t tbsp honey Directions: In a small pan, heat milk over medium heat and add honey and turmeric. Chill and serve.

46 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

Woke up to this sweet chubby-cheeked, pull-apart-roll-thighed living birthday card that @brocksteady magically orchestrated for me. Heart is so very F U L L. ❤️❤️❤️(Thank you @urbanic for the assist! 😜)

50 Days ago

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53 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

I’m partnering with DOVE Chocolate to share how I celebrate life’s little pleasures! For me, I #ChoosePleasure by taking the time to create new recipes, experiment in the kitchen and spoil my friends and family with delicious things, like this Spiced Pumpkin Cake with DOVE® Dark Chocolate Swiss Meringue Buttercream + pumpkin seed brittle. Now tell me: how do you #ChoosePleasure to live life fully? 🦃🦃🦃 #Ad

54 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

Rise & Brine. 🦃🍁time to start prepping for the big t-day!

57 Days ago

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58 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

These colors are making Monday feel like funday! 😜 Playing with all this pretty and then I'll be steaming/mashing this kabocha squash for Baby Owen. Thanks to everybody for the baby feeding tips. So far it's been a fun--albeit MESSY--exploration!

63 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

Making vegetarian potstickers with homemade skins and a soy-vinegar dipping sauce! Kitchen hack: for the skins, I save lots of time by using the @kitchenaidUSA Artisan® Mini Mixer w/pasta maker attachment to roll out the dough and then cut out rounds with a biscuit cutter. (Shhh... Don't tell my mom!) #minimoments #partner

67 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

We've done the whole kale and avocado toast thing, but what's next? @Kimpton’s 2017 Culinary and Cocktail Trend results are in and they predict culinary #cocktails will be on the rise. That's a trend I'm on board with!! To celebrate the results, I scoured the farmers market to come up with this culinary-inspired recipe for Passion Fruit Cocktails. They're smokey, sweet-tart and refreshingly herbaceous. Link in profile for the recipe. #Ad #CCTrend

75 Days ago

Comment from Julie Lee:

Because babies in costumes are the best! Happy Halloween from this farmer and cow. 👻🐮

77 Days ago