Make the lentils in a pot, grill the veggies, and cook up some rice. You’ll be amazed at the flavor of this late summer dish!
Substituting greens like arugula, including broccoli, and flavoring with fresh basil makes this recipe more nutritious than the typical processed meat egg casserole.
Necessity is the mother of invention, right? This recipe idea evolved as I thought about how to make Chicken Caprese portable.
This recipe is heavy on banana and lighter on sugar.
Chilling is essential to getting the proper texture, so don’t skip that step.
I’ve used this on ice cream, in coffee, as a fresh apple dip, and even in an apple pie filling, with walnuts, to make a super delicious dessert.
Less fat, meatless, and gluten-free. Amazing!
When you are looking for a particular fruit dessert recipe, what’s in a name becomes important.
“Pesto” can refer to various sauces made by crushing or pounding.
Once you have a few bags or containers frozen, you can add your tomatoes to your favorite sauce. The tomatoes will bring a new level of flavor to your recipe.
Instead of making another loaf of zucchini bread (though my son wouldn’t mind THAT at all!), try this pasta dish that is so flavorful even your zucchini haters ain’t gonna hate.
Don’t tell the kiddies (or, spouse??) that it’s cauliflower; they may not realize it! Ha!
This cucumber salad has a fresh taste and nice crunch.
I never know what to do with it; but, waste not, want not!
Fresh lime juice has no substitute, so don’t even go there. You won’t regret the extra effort!
Summer is finally here, and its arrival brings cravings for those foods we associate with…
This quinoa and vegetable salad is really easy to make, and you can use whatever vegetables you prefer, or that you have on hand.
My favorite breakfast: toast with avocado
Here are some of our family favorites that will quench your thirst. An added bonus: they are easy to make, and they have a lot less sugar than store-bought choices.
It is possible to be happy eating only protein and produce after 2 p.m. It just takes some planning.
Are you wondering why sugar snap peas are labeled “stringless,” when it seems like all you get is strings after cooking them?
It’s not the peas. It’s you. (Sorry!)