This hearty breakfast bake is a great way to use up day-old bread. Avoiding gluten? Just substitute gluten-free bread. Maple-glazed pears or bananas are delicious instead of apples, too!
Serve as an appetizer course, or with a hearty bowl of soup on a chilly evening. The combination of pears with walnuts and blue cheese is a classic! Substitute fresh spinach for the arugula if you prefer.
This moist cake is a crowd-pleaser for tea time or dessert. You could also spoon the batter into prepared muffin tins for individual streusel-topped cupcakes (adjust the cooking time to 30 minutes and test with a toothpick for doneness).
This is a fresh and bright spread or dip with a spicy kick, depending on which peppers you use. It’s great as a sandwich spread or mixed in with rice and vegetables.
The most difficult part of this recipe is waiting for it to set after it is assembled! This recipe was featured in one of our Community Classes, Sweets in the Raw: Naturally Healthy Desserts.
With only two ingredients, this is the easiest “fudge” recipe out there! Delicious and simple.
This is a great vegan meal that is full of warmth, flavor, and is remarkably simple to make.
This dish is rich, hearty, and full of flavor. It would also be delicious with a little spicy kick. Try it with harissa if you want to turn up the heat.
Hearty autumn vegetables plus dark green kale make for a beautiful warming bowl of stew. Serve with brown bread or rye crackers.
This celebratory autumn salad makes a spectacular presentation on a colorful platter, surrounded with toasted triangles of pita cheese and an assortment of olives. You’ll want to roast extra spicy chickpeas, since these are an addictive snack all by themselves.