Need breakfast on the go? Make these easy breakfast bars ahead time, and freeze ‘em until you need ‘em!
This earthy dish works best alongside simple roasted or grilled meats and poultry. Omit the bacon and add a splash of balsamic vinegar for a perky, vegetarian option that pairs well with mac and cheese.
Practice your dicing and slicing with this tropical fruit salad!
When using Swiss chard, it can be easy to throw out the stalks in favor of the greens. With this recipe, you’ll never throw them away again!
Cook up this quick and easy kale salad for your next gathering with friends and family.
The cauliflower “couscous” is a fun way to add a fresh crunch to this warm winter salad. Sweet raisins and zesty curry powder make it a flavorful companion to braised chicken. Garnish with crumbled feta cheese if desired. Add cubed marinated and baked tofu to any leftovers and stuff into a pita for tomorrow’s lunch.
Accompanied by a wild rice blend studded with slivered almonds, this North African-inspired salmon dish is a bright and colorful main dish. Just add a wedge or two of lemon on the side.
This simple, filling one-skillet dish is as great a choice for winter weekend breakfasts as it is for quick weeknight suppers. Use pork or chicken sausage crumbles, chopped bacon or leftover pulled chicken or pork instead of vegetarian sausage if you prefer, and top with a fried egg for a super-hearty dish.
A quick antipasto platter of pickled vegetables, olives and strips of red bell pepper are a great accompaniment to this northern Italian-inspired pasta. Substitute mascarpone for the ricotta, or, for a dairy-free version, add another tablespoon of olive oil when you toss the pesto and pasta.