Jacqueline GutierrezSaratoga, New York, US
Jacqueline Gutierrez uses a combination of pen and ink and digital illustration to create her illustrations. Her body of work includes illustrating writing and illustrating coloring books, children’s picture books, and chapter books as well as writing nutrition related articles and CEU modules for adults.
She has been drawing food for years for fun and enjoys creating and modifying recipes to be lower in fat, sugar, and salt. Creating illustrated recipes is an enjoyable way to combine her illustration, culinary, and nutrition skills. She is happy to be able to combine her experience as a dietitian, teacher, artist, and mother with her knowledge of art, science, and the natural world.
Recipes By Jacqueline Gutierrez
This easy to make hummus recipe is a tasty addition to any meal or snack. Hummus originated in the Middle East, and has been a favorite in my family for years. That's why I selected this recipe for the Global Cuisine Design Challenge.
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are simple and delicious. This was one of the first recipes that my mother showed me as a kid and one of the first recipes I shared with my own children.
This Fruit Salad recipe is quite tasty, and easy to make. Best of all, eating fruits from all colors of the rainbow will provide you with healthy antioxidants as well as a variety of vitamins and minerals and fiber to help keep you healthy. This recipe was inspired by Design Challenge 1: Eat the Rainbow as well as the many fruit salads that my father made for us when we were younger, and those we make regularly today.
I created the recipe for Baked Zucchini-Feta Fritters based on the Heartfelt, Healthy Food! theme from FolioFocus Summer 2018. The fritters are baked, so they have much less fat than if they were fried. The feta complements the wonderful fresh zucchini taste. These are wonderful for lunch, either alone or paired with salsa, tzatziki sauce, or a small bowl of your favorite soup.