Nothing beats a snack featuring homegrown vegetables. But you don’t need a garden to enjoy this recipe. All you need is an appreciation for delicious, easy and satisfying whole foods.
This dish marries the sweetness of salmon to the nutty taste of toasted quinoa.
Enjoy this easy-to-make hummus at your next party or family gathering. Grill or roast the onions for extra flavor to make a tasty dip for cut veggies, whole wheat pita or atop a fresh salad.
Why pick up a prepared dip for your crudités when you can whip up this great-tasting and healthy version in no time flat?
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Did you know that beef tenderloin is one of the leanest cuts of beef — as well as one of the most elegant? Serve this entree at your next dinner party (with loads of tasty veggie sides).
One of the best reasons to make your berry crisp is the smell of bubbling fruits mixed with fragrant spices and fresh lemon juice wafting through your home.
This pudding is packed with health-promoting Chia seeds, almond milk, cinnamon, cocoa, coconut flakes and dried fruit. It’s the perfect chocolate treat.
Stumped for a new, but simple, way to prepare your old weeknight standby: boneless chicken breasts? Try this super easy way to prepare chicken that’s not too hot, but spiced just right for most everyone’s taste.
These salmon patties are not only tasty — they’re rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, too. Make them ahead of time and refrigerate until you’re ready to cook.
They’re almost too good to be true: treats that are nutritious and naturally delicious!