When it’s too hot to cook, here is a surprising and delicious gazpacho that uses no tomatoes.
One of the fastest ways to make a tasty snack or meal is to always have some tortillas or chapati in the house. These can be spread with your choice of condiments, topped with any variety of veggies, and rolled up to be eaten by hand.
Earthy seasonings set off the moldable flavor of roasted potatoes. Hearty, filling, and great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
While I usually like to eat what’s in season, I hate to miss out on nutrient dense, delicious berries. When berries aren’t in season, I use frozen, organic berries on my oatmeal, in shakes, or in this colorful breakfast.
A childhood favorite, enjoy this cruelty-free comfort food when you’re in the mood for a nostalgic treat.
The first time I made this salad, it was out of desperation. There was no lettuce in the house and I was eager to have a salad. Now it’s become one of my husband’s favorites, and I make it gladly at least once a week.
Baked or smoked tofu is a healthy alternative to cheese and an excellent source of protein. Delicious flavors are available pre-packaged in natural food stores or can be made easily at home. Here’s one of my favorite quick and easy marinades.
My favorite winter avocado recipe is one that’s colorful and simple. This dish is so nourishing and delicious.
This recipe provided 321 milligrams of calcium per serving!
Top your bagels with this delicious spread, or serve with chips, crudités, or pita triangles.
Everyone needs a standard hummus recipe, and this one is sure to please.
Starting your day with this delicious combination of whole grain cereal, berries, walnuts, flax seeds, and soymilk will ensure excellent energy and ample nutrition.