This silky turmeric orange flan is made with creamy coconut milk, a burst of turmeric flavor, and bright acidity from the orange. It’s rich and loaded with tantalizing caramel flavor.
Made with sweet orange and maple and tart dried currants, this cake is the perfect blend of flavors, completed by a tahini-maple glaze.
Sprinkled with a confetti of seeds, nuts and herbs, this dish brings life and color into your dinner table. Oozing with flavor, each bite is addictive and scrumptious. The combination of spicy, tangy chimichurri, and creamy, nutty tahini is a match made in heaven few things in life can to.
A hearty, warm salad with beautiful colors can be a great meal to pack for work or on the go. This recipe shows off its true, vibrant colors with raw beets and radishes to jewel the salad.
Make your hummus nutty, a touch sweet, and beautifully earthy with bright butternut squash.
Luscious soups do not have to take hours to create. This roasted tomato soup can be made in no time and topped with tahini, Greek yogurt, avocado, or herbs.
Here are the tips you need to pulling off a successful Labor Day gathering, plus a recipe for the perfect summer dip to keep your guests occupied while you finished up dinner on the grill.
Roasted until slightly crispy, these yucca fries are a fine side served with a pinch of salt and a zesty chimichurri sauce.
Rich roasted bananas make every bite of this ice cream a perfect combination of sweet, salty, creamy, and crunchy. It is made with coconut milk for a delicious, dairy-free finish.
A coconut milk milkshake to end all cravings with tons of nutrients to boot.
Pan roasted brussels sprouts and cabbage serve as a rich, spicy base to luscious oven baked farm eggs.
These banana pancakes are gluten free, moist, rich, and only have three ingredients — bananas, eggs, and maca powder. What could be better in the morning?
A fall slaw that plays on contrasting flavors of sweet and tart coated in lemon vinaigrette so every ingredient works together for a happy mouthful.
A recovery meal after a grueling day— salty, fatty, lip-smacking delicious. A perfect balance of earthy eggplant and bok choy to the salty soy and miso.
The perfect combo of sweet summer fruit and aromatic rosemary. Maple syrup, dark brown sugar, and gluten free flours, bakes into a dark hued delicacy.
A marinara sauce that is light and refreshing, hearty with umami, spiked with arugula micro greens. Pair with perfectly cooked spaghetti and crispy eggplant.
A lentil salad celebrates the cusp of summer, vibrant flavors of ripe tomatoes, drenched in tangy cumin dressing. And it travels well to feed a crowd.
The tips and tricks to fool-proof rice every time. No rice cooker required.
Hearty brown rice, coated with a creamy, fresh, and light dressing, studded with cilantro, crispy pan roasted miniature potatoes, and summery zucchini.
This soup is light with a balance of sweet and spice. The combination of saffron and turmeric makes it exotic, without loosing the flavors of summer corn.
An oat crumble crust gives and dark, sweet cherries make for a dangerous pair. With a red wine filling, this pie has a tantalizing aroma.
This roasted vegetable pasta can easily be doubled to feed a crowd on a warm day. Serve with a bottle of wine and a crusty bread.
Scrambled eggs are a classic, but it can be difficult to cook them just right. With no condiments or additions create a simple, delicious scrambled egg.
Enjoy of a bowl of warm, red rice with tomatoes, sprinkled with pistachios and avocado for color. Simplicity at its best, every bite is hearty and earthy.
Stray from the stereotypical pizza for this crisp-crusted, elegant goodness. Play around with your favorite toppings for a healthy meal that you won’t regret.
Soft, sweet, and hearty, these pancakes beat any carrot cake, hands down. Made with quinoa, oats, and carrots they are packed with all the nutrients to start your day.
Black rice salad serves as a nutty canvas to roasted potatoes, capers, and fresh micro greens. Every bite is fresh, an explosion of spring flavors.
Congee, a traditional rice porridge eaten throughout Asia, is known to be the ultimate comfort food.
With a beautiful golden hue and burst of red from goji berries, this granola is pleasing to all senses.
Garlicky, pea hummus with avocado and sprouts is creamy, salty and perfect for a quick lunch.
Creamy avocados, crunchy carrots, and sesame dressing make these unique kelp noodles soaked with flavor.
Indulge in gluten & dairy free mocha ice cream brownies.
A bowl of awakening oatmeal with apple sauce, honey, and cinnamon.
Sweet potatoes with black beans tossed in olive oil, garlic and cumin. Everything is drizzled with tahini, and garnished with cilantro.
The lovely combination of whiskey, fruit, and kombucha comes together in two elegant drinks that are full of life and good energies.
Made with almond flour and eggs, and no refined sugar, these moist, spicy cupcakes keep you satisfied for a while without throwing you under a sugar roller coaster.
Adapt this recipe as you go, add more vegetables and replace what is here for those you have at hand – but keep the spices the same for a deep, bold flavor.
This ice cream making method requires no cooking and manages to be creamy and luscious while staying vegan.
Made using almonds, walnuts, cashews, and pumpkin seeds, this granola is grain free and totally unique.
The caramelization of the sugars in the apples and the cauliflower creates sweet and smokey flavors without too many ingredients.
Because figs have relatively high water content, they release a lot of juice as they cook, resulting in a moist, delicate crumb.
The nutritious combination of ingredients makes this banana bread hearty and decadent, without dairy, gluten, or refined sugar.
This rice dish is hearty without being too heavy — a perfect a transitional meal from Summer into Autumn.
Smoky, salted caramel, cocoa nibs and roasted peanuts swirled into a velvety smooth vanilla ice cream. Sounds delicious? It is amazing.
This salad is perfect for an outdoor feast and will inspire even vegetarians to appreciate the beauty of grilling.
Avocado is puréed in a blender alongside cucumbers, Greek yogurt, lime, and garlic, for a refreshing chilled soup.
The cooking technique is simple and straightforward, and while there is prep required in the form of peeling, the dish comes together in minutes.
Most of the time spent making this treat is stress-free, within hours you could be enjoying this with your friends over white wine on your rooftop terrace.
The best part of this recipe is that it is easier to make than risotto, and taste even better the next day. This one is for the books!
This recipe celebrates matcha, a variety of green tea that is, above anything else, earthy and grassy.
Every ingredient in this salad complements each other for a wonderful pop of flavor with each bite.
This frittata version is but one of the many you could do.
Laden with chunks of pistachio, this creamy concoction is nutty, aromatic, and decadent.
For this recipe, frozen sweet peas and shelled edamame was used to make a delicious hummus-like spread.
What is so good about this risotto is how unexpectedly delicious sweet oranges can taste alongside a bowl of fennel infused Arborio rice.
Mariela Alvarez Toro substitutes noodles with parsley root in this take on the Vietnamese dish Pho.
This soup is velvety smooth, comforting, and sweet – perfect for weeknight dinners and stormy afternoons.
Topped off with a tangy yogurt frosting, the combination in these red wine chocolate cakes is sublime.
Welcome overnight, refrigerator oatmeal to your summer mornings. Forget about those kinds that come in a pack and you microwave, forget about standing in front of a burner for ten minutes.
Peppers are underused and underappreciated. They get little to no recognition, even though they are used in almost every Latin stewed dish.