Try not to eat these crunchy chewy honey cookies as fast as they come out of the oven.
Simple salad made with whole ingredients, because simple is often best.
A beautiful, traditional peanut butter cookie with an added layer of ginger that uplifts the cookie to create a light and refreshing afternoon treat.
A simple fall sweet, this dense semolina loaf is soft and sweet with specks of orange carrots and hints of aromatic maple.
Make your own spiced tea blend and drink it on the regular or use it in unique baking projects.
A basic recipe for kimchi that can be adjusted and fermented as much as you’d like. Try adding green apple, cucumber, or carrots for more crunch.
Marinated cauliflower florets play in the zesty, tangy tones and make a great side dish for hot weather.
It is like a zesty jambalaya weaved into a delicious puff pastry roll. Dip in your favorite mustard or hot sauce and you’ve got gumbo to go.
A comforting stew, perfect for the ever-changing temperatures of the spring season. The Caribbean spice blend adds pizzaz to the hearty bowl of soup.
A unique, jazzed up pesto recipe made with fresh baby spinach, hemp seeds, arugula, coriander, and Parmesan.
Buttery, light, gluten-free basil tea cookies.
This delicious tea concoction is flowery, earthy, and will help you fend off the dreaded colds that haunt us throughout the year.
This is a full meal soup with a range of textures and flavors that makes a great dinner party centerpiece.
This barbecue sauce is delicious as a dip or marinade for an array of protein, try it with chicken, beef, veal, lamb or tofu.
The key to fudge is patience: letting the mixture boil to the right temperature without stirring and waiting for it to cool over the course of hours.
These guilt-free “fries” marinate for a full 24 hours, meaning you have to plan ahead but the wait is well worth it.
Use these peppers as a veggie-heavy side dish or to satisfy non-meat eaters in your life in a totally non-boring way.
Almond- and oat-crusted chicken strips baked in the oven are a healthier and crunchier take on the tired chicken fingers.
Fans of spicy food will get a kick out of these baked, gourmet-versions of the jalapeño popper.
Impress guests at your next get together with this flavorful and unexpected appetizer.
The concept is simple and it’s almost not worth calling this a “recipe” but if you never made or wonder a way to make sun dried tomatoes, here’s one.
Enjoy this amazing grilled cabbage, apple and tofu salad from Ariel Rebel. Fun, quick and super simple.
Will this salad be a hit at your next event? It most definitely will. Try it out right now.
Enjoy these delicious honey and mustard wings with a flavorful dipping sauce.
The total recipe will give you 4-5 maybe even more portions of polenta and salad dressing so it’s something you can keep in your fridge.
These cakes are extremely moist and drench in an infused light syrup with cloves, star anise, pepper, coriander seed and cardamon pods.
I hope you’ll enjoy this fennel, carrot and green apple salad. It’s super easy to do, barely take any ingredients and will keep you full.
These are fairly easy to do and the result is beyond tasty and you can be sure that you will be surprising your guest with these cuties.
Enjoy this super simple cajun style roasted almonds recipe, courtesy of Ariel Rebel.