We’ve ditched the white flour in favor of gluten-free whole-grain flours, including brown rice, oat, and teff, a traditional Ethiopian grain that’s high in protein, iron, and calcium.
This luscious dessert is sure to make you smile: It’s easy to prepare, delightfully refreshing and nourishing for body and soul. Treat guests to this smooth and creamy panna cotta at your next dinner party.
Made with garlic, lemon, white wine, and fresh herbs instead of the traditional flour and butter, this scaloppini is light and flavorful.
Instead of soggy white flour noodles, we’ve tossed in a bunch of hearty green escarole, full of folic acid, fiber, and vitamins A and K.
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This is the potluck-friendly side dish you’ve been looking for! Deliciously different, we think of it as a new take on roasted veggies.
If the winter weather has you down, why not take a little trip to Mexico? This slow-cooker recipe, inspired by a traditional Mexican soup, packs enough flavor to transport you — or at least your taste buds!
It’s no secret that we love to spiralize. One of our favorite veggies to use: sweet potatoes, as in this Asian-inspired dish.
This nourishing soup balances the sweetness of roasted squash and sweet potato with savory onion, garlic, ginger and curry powder. You get a zing of flavor in every satisfying spoonful, plus plenty of plant nutrients.
Edamame is a perfect, healthy snack. It’s packed with protein, which helps you feel full for longer than any carbohydrate-rich snack could.
Loaded with fiber and heart healthy polyphenols, homemade popcorn can be one of the healthiest snacks around — provided it’s not drowned in butter.