Fresh parsley pesto and feta make for an easy pasta dinner. With chicken sausage or chickpeas, this meal is sure to satisfy hunger.
A tender lemon flavored coffee cake, speckled with blueberries and drizzled with a lemon glaze. Perfect for breakfast, brunch, or dessert.
Carrot bars made healthy with whole wheat flour, applesauce, coconut oil, and Greek yogurt in the frosting.
Crispy brussels sprouts with almonds and a sweet and spicy glaze. Top with fresh cilantro and you have a superb side dish on your hands.
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The peanut sauce makes this quinoa flavorful with its mixture of sweet and spicy. Loaded with vegetables, this salad is filling and a great lunch option to take to work.
Roasted olives are perfect as an appetizer or a pre-dinner snack. The citrus and rosemary subtly complement the olives’ flavor perfectly.
This roasted carrot side dish is perfect for an easy weeknight meal but also elegant enough for a dinner party. The honey caramelizes during the roasting process and gives the carrots a bit of sweetness to balance out the kosher salt.
Brussels sprouts are often roasted with deep, smoky flavors for the holidays but this recipe has them pan-seared and paired with bright flavors like tart cranberries.
From the cream sauce to the fresh green beans and right down to the homemade fried onions, this Thanksgiving staple gets a culinary update.
This recipe offers a range of sugar for you to adjust the level of sweetness so this seasonal treat can be an indulgent breakfast or a decadent dessert.
Roasting the carrots intensifies their earthy flavor while curry powder and coconut milk add a great exotic twist.
There’s nothing subtle about these sugar bombs, but that’s what’s so great about the nostalgic treat.
Spoil your guests with this as an appetizer or serve with just a salad and a bottle of wine for a romantic night in.
This baked pancake recipe is perfect for when you want something sweet for breakfast but don’t want to have to keep an eye on a stovetop flapjacks.
This recipe combines the classic summer quick bread with the comforting fall quick bread into a late summer/early fall treat.
This rich goat cheese sauce could pair with an array of vegetables and proteins for a comforting one-dish dinner.
Make this batter into muffins for portable treats or bread to keep around the house.
If you’re a fan of buffalo chicken, you will surely love this quick and easy slow cooker meal.
This appetizer is a great afternoon snack, but would also be a perfect appetizer for a dinner party, pot luck, or barbecue.
These muffins are just full of super good for ya foods. We’ve got blueberries, chia seeds, and flax seeds. Plus very little sugar, oats, and coconut oil.
This makes it a great side dish for a picnic outside or at a potluck, since it doesn’t need to be served warm.
Pork chops along with the tomato and cucumber salad make a delicious dinner, and if you marinate the pork chops the night before, it comes together quickly.
This is a great side salad, but also perfect for a light summer dinner.
In addition to being tasty, these were also pretty simple to make.
This is delicious comfort food that is perfect for a snowy night.
If you’re a beef eater, then you really must give this beef sandwich recipe a try.
Enjoy a healthy and super easy to make kale and brussels sprout salad recipe from Taylor Kadlec.
These bacon, leek and cheddar mini quiches are a snap to make, and taste delicious.
Summery chicken kabobs marinated in a sweet but zesty honey-lime marinade.
Cocoa Krispie Treats stuffed with peppermint chocolate cookies and topped with peppermint crunch candy.
Chocolate and pecans combine to make one insanely rich and delicious pie.
These fun puff pastry appetizers turn the cracker spread into a hand-held appetizer.
Roasted butternut squash is combined with pancetta, sage, and Parmesan cheese for one delicious side dish.
These pumpkin bars are perfectly spiced, studded with chocolate chips, then drizzled with a cream cheese frosting.