This is an homage to all the dreamers out there who’ve wanted to eat a big slab of cookie dough and call it a meal.
Agree that this is what you need in your life.
Tofu doesn’t have to be difficult, boring, or bland. With a simple soy sauce and red pepper glaze, this baked recipe creates a nutritious meal in no time.
Some days require a spoonful of cookie dough. This recipes gives you just that, but without having to make a whole bowl of dough and without the raw eggs.
Forget canned beets and make this colorful dish with Swiss chard and cheese. Roast and glaze the beets with wine, then add the beet greens for texture.
Even great things leave room for improvement. Try this guacamole version with even more vitamins from added kale. You can eat it by the spoonful, we won’t tell.
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This flavorful vegetarian dish is so easy. Chop up the contents of your ratatouille, cook, and enjoy.
Creamy avocado pound cake with a hint of sweetness, the perfect snack.
These gorgeous candied peanuts are the perfect delicious holiday treat. Takes only a few minutes to make, and tastes fantastic.
This slightly-spicy soup only tastes creamy and indulgent, it’s actually quite healthy so go ahead and have seconds.
Try this nutritious reboot of a classic French dessert next time you’re craving something a little fancy.
Slightly crispy on the outside with a smooth, cheesy center these nutritious faux tater tots are a great way to incorporate more vegetables into your day.
Toasting the oats and the shredded coconut creates a deeper, richer flavor for this healthified dessert.
Using zucchini is a classic way to keep a sweet loaf moist but still relatively healthy.
Carob powder is much less bitter, but if you do not have it or prefer good old fashion chocolate, simply use unsweetened cocoa powder and increase the sugar.
You may substitute your milk of choice for the unsweetened almond milk for this recipe.
When prepared properly, an unassuming head of cauliflower can become a garden of magic in your mouth.
You can use your broth of choice (veggie, mushroom, meat, etc.), or plain old water if you plan on using the rice for sweet dishes instead of savory.
Acquire a beautiful head of cauliflower. Give her a shower until she’s all squeaky clean. Then go for a whirl in the food processor.
Let the almond butter and the cookie get to know each other, add sweetener, vanilla and salt, and let your tongue mingle with the blade of the processor.
This healthy eggplant parmesan is just as good if not better than the regular caloric glob.
It’s amazing how some of the most ridiculously delicious foods are the most ridiculously unphotogenic.
Enjoy an awesome and healthy chocolate biscotti recipe from Kelly Morisson.
This bread has no rise time, but still has a lovely yeasty quality and smell. Oh. That smell.
This luxurious broccoli and cheese soup is exactly the comfort food you need on a winter night. Plus, it’s vegan and only 75 calories.
Smile. Eat cookies. But not just any cookies… these homemade healthy Samoas. They’re the best.
Kelly Morisson shows us how to make a low fat, pumpkin flavored mac and cheese.