This is the perfect one-skillet spring brunch dish to serve to a crowd. Your guests will love the savory flavor and addictive crispy texture of this Spring Vegetable Hash paired with the creamy herb dressing.
A chocolate dessert platter is impressive and appetizing for your guests and couldn’t be easier for you to pull together, even when you are busy.
These crispy little Dijon Mustard Chickpea Fritters make a fun holiday appetizer or can easily be turned into a main course for a busy weeknight meal.
Put this vegan chickpea salad mix into a sandwich or over a bed of green and you’re in delicious business.
Loaded with jalapeños, avocado, cilantro, lime juice, garlic and red onion, this pan of quinoa and beans is a fiesta for your tastebuds.
These 30-minute rice and beans veggie bowls are a delicious vegetarian meal that is quite filling and has all the fun toppings of a burrito.
These hummus-stuffed mini sweet peppers are bite-sized game day snacks that pops right in your mouth. They are bursting with flavor and work for everyone .
Get cozy with this spiced sweet potato pie smoothie bowl that tastes a bit like a creamy, fall dessert, but packed with nutrients. Plus, enter for a chance to win a Vitamix in the post.
Dig into this delightful acai smoothie bowl with chocolate and fresh cherries to taste like a chocolate covered cherry.
It’s true. We can’t stop dipping into this smooth, flavorful, vegan black bean dip.
Refresh with a scoop of this easy, two-ingredient spring strawberry sorbet that pairs perfectly with a glass of Pinot Grigio on the back porch.
Soft, sweet gluten free raspberry thumbprint cookies are just the treat that Mom needs this Mother’s Day.
Dive into this thick and creamy vibrant vanilla acai bowl made vegan and loaded with plenty of fun toppings.
The easiest winter dessert recipe? Gingerbread poached pears. Infused with a gingerbread spice tea, these pears will feed all of your guests and can even be made ahead of time. Or, enjoy for breakfast with yogurt.
You will fall in love with this filling and warm-you-to-the-core red lentil stew. It provides dietary fiber, plant-based protein and nutrients to keep you strong all season long. This one-pot dinner makes great leftovers too. Make once and enjoy all week long.
Cool down this summer with creamy vanilla matcha popsicles made with avocados and a creamy nut milk.