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A creamy green matcha smoothie bowl with banana, avocado and spinach. A super refreshing smoothie to start your day or a revitalizing afternoon snack.
Spiced, sweetened and beautiful in color, this Indian mango yogurt, or amrakhand, is a refreshing dessert or fun yogurt snack.
Sweet butternut squash combines with cumin and smoky chipotle pepper and chickpeas to make for a deliciously balanced and filling watercress salad.
Loaded with pinto beans instead of chicken, this vegetarian tortilla soup is hearty enough for a cold winter, with great flavor and fun toppings.
No sugar added pineapple margarita made with fresh pineapple juice, tequila, triple sec, lime and lemon juice.
According to history, Luciano Pancaldo, a baker from Ferrara, a town in the north of Italy developed this bread inspired by the bread recipe for D’Este family, the rulers of Ferrara. Their bread was full of rosemary and had light crumb and golden crust, decorated with salt which resembles diamonds.
The traditional flavors for these twice-baked cookies are anise and almond but chocolate with pistachio makes for a delicious treat to dip into your coffee.
This heart-healthy juice doesn’t need any added sugar to taste sweet and you won’t even notice all the veggies you’re drinking.
It’s Meatless Monday! Try this tasty Korean eggplant dish that is satisfying with a hot bowl of steamed rice.
Indian paratha bread is filled with a rich blue cheese and served beside a light watermelon, cheese, and cucumber salad for a balancing summer pair.
Sweet, caramelized plantains are nestled in puff pastry and served with coconut for a simply delicious dessert.
Enjoy spring with a vibrant green soup using iconic produce of the season. Easily omit the cream and substitute with coconut milk, if desired.
The southern bean, bacon, and rice recipe is reconfigured to include tomato and spices such as garam masala.
The traditional Georgian bread is stuffed with an Aged Havarti cheese for awesome flavor, especially when it is still warm, right out of the oven.
Roasting vegetables takes time, but creates amazing flavor that cannot be otherwise obtained. Create this warm and zesty soup, it is worth the wait.
From sandwiches to french toast this orange pumpkin loaf with subtle sweetness and a delicate crumb from the whey is a fun bread to make at home.
A unique Romanian pastry is a fun dessert to serve at dinner parties. The slightly sweetened yeast dough is sprinkled with a walnut cinnamon-sugar topping.
Make your own puff pastry into a Jalousie, a fusion of a turnover and strudel. Roasted plantains and cinnamon make a delicious filling with ice cream.
A chocolate lovers dream, the irresistible recipe combines brownies, cookies, and coffee. Take out of the oven when they are still soft for a chewy texture.
Delicious cheesy, spicy and fragment scones are great with eggs, soup, or a snack.
An elegant French dish that is easy to execute. Bake the eggs in small ramekins with cheese and vegetables until just set.
Omelettes are a universal item that is enjoyed a variety of ways around the world. This Indian-style omelette is flat and filled with vegetables and spices.
This delicious fresh pineapple ice cream is creamy and bursting with pineapple flavor, without any eggs.
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Soak the peas over night and the next day it’ll be quick and easy to whip up the protein-packed snack.
This sweet, stuffed lentil-based flatbread, known as boli, is traditionally served with payasam at marriages or festivals in Kerala, India.
This yeast bread isn’t overwhelmingly pumpkiny or sweet, but the seasonal ingredient does keep the loaf moist and tender.
Cooked beetroot is grated and added to coconut paste and yogurt and then seasoned with mustard, red chilies and curry leaves.
Traditionally, Rúgbrauð is baked buried in the ground near hot springs. If you don’t have access to hot springs at home, adding a water bath to your oven to create steam will work just fine.
Roasted garlic is an easy way to take recipes for things like tomato sauce up a notch — or you can just smear it on bread for a delicious snack.