Without the cocoa powder, this white tiramisu is soaked in rum and has bright flavors of citrus.
This arugula, avocado, and blood orange salad with orange vinaigrette is a yummy way to get your fruits and veggies in the winter.
This French tangerine yogurt cake is a great way to use up the yogurt that is hanging out in your fridge. It’s so simple, soft and delicious.
This winter citrus bundt cake is a bright and cheery dessert with a tender crumb and a hint of almond.
Filled with an icing made with mandarin juice, these mandarin shortbread cookies use the zest and juice citrus fruit.
This recipe may seem simple, but it’s depth of flavor thanks to the almond batter, citrus on top and a dollop of yogurt when serving, make it out-of-this-world beautiful. Inside and out.
This mandarin orange marmalade is made from leftover oranges.
Your morning coffee and your afternoon tea time are calling for these grain-free citrus pistachio scones.
This citrus salad definitely fulfills your citrus and green needs.
Chewy sun-dried tomatoes and briny olives, a hit of citrus from sweet oranges and a tangy lemon vinaigrette, make for a balanced salad with brown rice.
You can’t go wrong with this green smoothie packed with vitamins and nutrients your body needs and flavors your tastebuds crave.
Traditional risotto must be eaten fresh, but with this creamy, citrus cauliflower risotto it’s even better the next day!
Here’s a pair of energizing, detoxifying, and relaxing fresh herb teas that Ridge 2 Reef Farm shared with us in St. Croix.
Give your green tea kombucha a new taste with this summery addition of lemon and thyme.
With a hint of gin, this cocktail is a warm weather refresher. Honey, rosewater, and cardamom spruce up the citrus for an elegant party drink.
It’s time to break out the juicer for some refreshing quenchers. While many drink juice to start the day, end your day with a juice cocktail. With your favorite spirit gin, shook up with some fresh cucumber juice, lime and Kara’s Minty Simple Syrup you’ll be cool, crisp and zingy.
These Coconut Coated No Bake Energy Bites, with just prunes, almonds, chia seeds, and orange zest, are a quick and healthy snack or on-the-go breakfast!
Charred octopus is tossed with fennel, a variety of citrus and a tangy dressing for a perfect grilled summer salad.
This citrusy chiffon cake is a light and fluffy dessert to have even on a warm day!
Canned mandarins are pretty darn delicious, but these homemade citrus gems are even better. They’re fresh, juicy, and so flavorful. Here’s how they’re made.
Broiled citrus gives this classic French 75 a delicious update!
The Orange and Olive Oil Cake is tender and moist with a fresh hint of orange. The olive oil offers a unique flavor to compliment the citrus.
This bright grapefruit citrus cake is made soft with yogurt and the perfect addition to your weekend brunch table this spring.
A powerful, refreshing citrus juice with added turmeric for great anti-inflammatory properties.
Learn how to peel a pomelo, the biggest citrus fruit in the world and then cook with it.
Taste the sunshine during your next weekend brunch. This creamy citrus smoothie hits the spot.
Winter citrus, like blood orange, honey, olive bread and burrata cheese make a vibrant, party-ready salad dish.
Sweet and tangy, this grapefruit curd is delicious in a tart, between French macarons, or simply spread on toast for a bright bite.
Easily made anytime of the year, but especially loved in summer, a lemon pie with a tall meringue is a perfectly bright and tangy dessert.
A lighter, grilled Italian salad tastes smokey like summer with marinated shrimp and grilled radicchio that is served with piadina, a grilled Italian flatbread.
A cheerful salad that is versatile enough to be enjoyed all year round.
Vegan and gluten-free, this tart with a deliciously thick coconut-rose pastry cream filling is a feast for the eyes, too.
Citrus is at its prime in the winter. For a burst of flavor, add a lemon zest to brighten up pancakes or fresh orange juice to marinate a mahi-mahi dinner.
Caramelized citrus slices, like Meyer lemons, add intrigue to a simple green salad with a honey dressing.
A light, soft and moist sponge cake with sweet mango pieces, a delicious glaze and a decoration of candied clementine slices.
A bright winter salad using crispy citrus marinaded tofu on a bed of fennel, pomegranate, and radish all brought together with an orange vinaigrette.
Juicy, tender, and comforting Roasted Chicken with citrusy and spiced flavor. Try this low-maintenance, time saving, weeknight dinner recipe.
Made simply with a few fruits, one vegetable, and a burst of delicious citrus, this smoothie provides a host of nutritional advantages while tasting great.
Smooth lime curd filling sits in a perfectly flaky dough shell and is topped with sweet-tarte kumquat slices.
This is a tomato condiment to crave. With cinnamon and orange zest to give it acidity and depth of flavor, this tomato spread is perfect on sandwiches.
A light flavored summer salad with plenty of shrimp to keep you full. Cooked with allspice and citrus, they are bursting with zest.
Grab herbs, garlic, and a lemon to create the simple, but delicious garnish. Try it atop asparagus and add it to your fish, meat, and cheeses, too.
A bright gin-based cocktail with citrus. A frothy, pasteurized egg white gives this drink body and a kick.
A frothy patio pounder perfect for warm weather. Citrus, coconut and peach come together for a flavorful cocktial guaranteed to cool down and satisfy.
An Asian inspired Citrus Glazed Salmon incorporates spring veggies, along with a citrusy kick for a colorful and refreshing twist for dinner.
A fresh meal is easy to make on the grill or in the oven with skewered salmon. Add lemon, grapefruit, and dill to the mix for added flavors.
Sweet peas and avocado round out a fresh citrus salad. Tossed with a toasted sesame dressing, this salad is a colorful way to celebrate the first lettuces of spring.
With a beautiful golden hue and burst of red from goji berries, this granola is pleasing to all senses.
Segmenting citrus fruits isn’t difficult. Just follow Brian Samuels great step by step guide and you’ll be safe.
Poppy seeds add crunch and lemon brightens these hearty whole wheat scones.
Sweet and spicy gluten-free scones are topped with a zesty citrus glaze for a breakfast or coffee break snack that will brighten your day.
A sweet, simple lemon glaze adds a citrusy kick to spiced zucchini bread.
Homemade marmalade is a great way to preserve fruits and get a taste of citrus all through the colder months.
These cookies are soft but not too sweet and bursting with unusual flavors.
Despite using over half a dozen eggs, this cake is not at all dense but rather light and almost sponge-like.
This creamy grapefruit sauce is both delicious and unexpected. Each bite becomes more and more addicting.
These super cute raspberry crumble muffins with citrus drizzle are so good, it is impossible to just eat one.
Jessie Chien Bryson provides an easy weeknight trout recipe that might just convert your fish haters into fish lovers.
If you are a candy nut lover, you will enjoy these nuts and the fresh citrus flavor it lends with just a touch of spice.
Prerna Singh with some sweet and savory shortbread cookies, inspired by her mother’s baking.