Have leftover quinoa sitting in your fridge? Spruce it up with herbs and make deliciously crispy quinoa fritters served with a garlic aioli.
These raw bounty squares are a delicious dessert loaded with nuts, coconut, and a final layer of chocolate, just like the Bounty Bar.
With a date base, a raspberry-coconut center, and a chocolate topping, these chocolate raspberry cups are a sweet treat.
Let this lime and lemongrass chicken dance on your tongue with its earthy and citrus flavors that will energize you as you eat.
Juicy and flavorful, this slow cooker teriyaki chicken is so easy to throw into your crockpot and even easier to enjoy hours later.
This veal pizzaiola is a much loved Italian winter dish. The rich sauce can be served on top of pasta and roasted vegetables.
This is impressive. A gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and dairy-free dip that is flavorful and is great as an appetizer. Why not give it a try?
Marinated and then baked until crispy, these sweet and savory garlic and honey wings are perfect for your next game day.
Never knew “raw caramel” was possible, or even a thing, but it is! The brownie is also made of raw cacao. Gluten free? Yes. Vegan? Yes.
Made with creamy coconut milk, this vegan berry mousse cake sits atop a nutty chocolate crust for a delightfully cool bite that screams of spring.
These peanut butter and chocolate cups are a delightful two-bite sweet that all your eaters can enjoy.
These no-bake brownies are so easy to make and packed with nutrients and a topping of rich ganache.
Slow cooked in a crockpot, this butter chicken is so tender, flavorful, and easy to make.
Filled with ground meat and vegetables, this cozy shepherd’s pie is topped with vibrant sweet potatoes for a new, delicious twist.
Fritters are always a fun way to showcase seasonal vegetables with a delicious sauce. Try these crispy cauliflower fritters served with a squeeze of lemon juice or a bold garlic aioli.
A banana based smoothie with cashews that ends up tasting like a salted caramel milkshake.
Whip up the salsa and get creative. Whether you serve it with pork, chips or as a quinoa salad it is sweet with a bit of bite from chilis, onions, and lemon.
Drizzled in garlic butter and baked until crisp, these oven fries are a delicious accompaniment to almost every winter meal.