Noelle Twiggs

Noelle Twiggs is a New Yorker and the founder of GreenLemonade.com, a blog which focuses on veggie-centric meals, creamy smoothies and nutrient-packed juices. She brings you into her kitchen and shows you how she does her best to incorporate lots of leafy greens and other veggies into her diet to keep her skin glowing and her mood vibrant! She is an enthusiastic drinker of green smoothies ⎯particularly at breakfast. When she's not gulping down green smoothies she's on a perpetual search for supercharged recipes that are both easy to make and excite her taste buds. She lives in New York City with her husband, Thomas, and baby son, Halston. Learn more about her here: http://www.greenlemonade.com/about/

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Posts by Noelle Twiggs

October 30, 2013

soup recipes butternut squash

Here in New York, the weather is finally starting to turn colder, and the leaves on the trees have begun to take on tinges of red, orange and gold. The colder weather has inspired me to regularly...

October 22, 2013

vegetarian recipes spinach pesto

Do you ever open your fridge looking for a little something extra to twirl into soups or spread on toast? I have been having a few moments like that over the past few weeks and so after giving it a...

October 17, 2013

smoothie recipes acai

My baby son is a strong-willed two-and-a-half-year old. And at times, it feels like we are in a steady state of war when it comes to meal times. I’d like him to eat a few more types of foods,...

October 1, 2013

vegetarian recipes butternut squash

With fall in the air, I wanted to take advantage of all the beautiful squash in the markets, so this baked squash recipe uses a combination of both butternut and acorn squash roasted to a deep...

September 11, 2013

soup recipes tomato

Recently, I had a bowl of tomato soup at my favorite neighborhood café here in New York.  I’ve been wanting to recreate a version of it at home for a while now. And I finally got the...

September 4, 2013

kale salad recipe

While this weekend marked the unofficial end of summer, I still can’t help but want to gobble up all the late season fruit at the markets. For anyone looking for just a few more ways to enjoy...

August 27, 2013

vegetarian recipes quinoa

This Green and Yellow Confetti Salad features a warm protein-rich quinoa tossed with sweet summer corn and a handful of kale that has been puréed in a food processor to resemble confetti. A handful...

August 22, 2013

cold-brewed iced coffee

Cold-brewed iced coffee has been popping up at boutique coffee shops all around New York City and the Hamptons this summer. Have you all tried it? It’s insanely good, and it’s super easy...

August 14, 2013

raw recipes guacamole

This Fiesta Guacamole is inspired by a cozy little farm stand in New York’s East Hampton. The market, affectionately known as Round Swamp Farm, is a beach lovers dream. The produce is always...

August 5, 2013

vegetarian recipes healthy burrito

This Surfer Style Burrito is light, fresh and celebrates a few of the things I love most about summer in the Hamptons - including lots of fresh farm stand food. It also contains a slightly unexpected...

June 27, 2013

parsley pesto

I usually like to add a 1/2 cup of Parmesan cheese to a homemade pesto. In this recipe, however, I substituted half of the cheese with a protein-rich nutritional yeast. Nutritional yeast is extremely...

May 30, 2013

vegetable burger recipe easy

It must be Spring, even though it felt like November here in New York over Memorial Day weekend. Bunches of beautiful, fresh, local asparagus are finally starting to pop up at my local farmers market...

May 14, 2013

smoothie recipes with banana

  My neighborhood smoothie bar serves up a Banana Split Smoothie that I could sip on just about everyday. And it turns out my husband and my son feel the same way.  I recently decided to...

May 4, 2013

nut milk recipe

We usually gravitate towards a good creamy almond milk in our house, but this week we’ve been experimenting with a few different versions of a walnut milk. It’s been delicious poured over...

April 24, 2013

vegan pancake recipe

These pancakes are a twist on the buttermilk pancakes I grew up with as a kid, but in my opinion they taste just as delicious. They are actually eggless and instead incorporate a dollop of sweet...

April 15, 2013

kale salad recipe

I’ve been making variations of this particular raw salad for my husband and myself all week. It’s bursting with delicate ribbons of kale and collard greens drenched in a nutrient-rich...

April 8, 2013

There is a thinking among a few well respected health gurus here in New York that as we age our metabolism slows. As a result, they believe, our bodies are no longer able to process three meals a day...

April 4, 2013

vegetarian recipes falafel burgers

This falafel pocket is a bit of a twist on a classic falafel recipe thanks to a crunchy pretzel crust. I love it because comes together in just a few minutes and can be stuffed into a warm pita...

March 18, 2013

red leaf salad

We've got spring on our minds here in New York.  You can feel it based on all the yummy salads flooding onto menu pages here.  And when paired in just the right way, salads can make...

March 13, 2013

healthy desserts

This butternut squash crumble celebrates sweet butternut squash with a crunchy, crumbly topping made from oats, cinnamon, nutmeg and sugar. It’s an unexpected dessert — and I’ve...

March 6, 2013

acorn squash salad

This weekend, I had a version of a kale salad at one of my favorite neighborhood restaurants that I really enjoyed so I’ve been playing around with different versions of it at home. This...

February 25, 2013

Pesto Quinoa and Arugula Salad

This warm quinoa salad is dressed with a punchy homemade orange hazelnut pesto. It’s then tossed with a generous amount of tangy arugula, fresh cherry tomatoes and a few big blocks of creamy...

February 18, 2013

quinoa

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been experimenting with a few different one-pot meal ideas. This one is made with protein-rich quinoa and broccoli. It’s quick, delicious and easy to make....

February 11, 2013

Parsnips

This weekend, I had the idea of peeling parsnips into long ribbons and toasting them up in some organic butter and freshly ground nutmeg. While certainly quite simple, it was a vibrant addition to a...

February 4, 2013

acorn squash

I’ve been finding that a nice hearty squash keeps well for a week or so in my fridge and can be quickly elevated into an awesome dinner with just a few additions. This particular roast acorn...

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