This make-ahead kale salad stands up to storage in the fridge, and it’s an easy way to get started with meal prep. Keep this winter salad on hand for quick, weekday lunches or as a refreshing side dish for your holiday table.
This fall-inspired chickpea scramble is the best way to use leftover roasted veggies and cranberry sauce from your Thanksgiving dinner. Serve the scramble on a piece of homemade socca flatbread for a festive start to the holiday season!
Want to include a vegetarian Thanksgiving recipe on your holiday table? Here are 29 delicious ideas to inspire your plant-based cooking this holiday season!
I’ve got an extra behind-the-scenes-style post this week, because I’ve been getting some questions from fellow dietitians and dietetic interns who want to start their own food blogs and private practices. I’ve learned that food photography matters, especially when you’re new to the blogging scene. If you’re ready to invest in improving your food photography skills, I’d love to see you at…
Who says you need to eat a “proper meal,” anyway? These healthy snack ideas are ready in about five minutes and perfect for those days when you’re not in the mood to cook.
Vegan Roasted Cabbage Caesar Salad is a warm and comforting twist on the supper club classic.
Who wouldn’t love a stack of spiced Pumpkin Oat Pancakes piled high with yogurt and fresh fruit?
Roasted acorn squash makes this simple, whole-grain barley salad nutritious and holiday-ready. This dish is a great way to feature fall produce!
Want to eat more seasonally? Find recipe inspiration for the best of fall fruits and vegetables in this October Produce Guide.
This Carrot Ginger Soup with sweet potatoes and split peas is sponsored by USA Pulses & Pulse Canada. As a proud pulse partner, I’m sharing a series of healthy recipes featuring chickpeas, dry peas, lentils, and beans this year. (Bookmark the series index for easy access to all of my #HalfCupHabit recipes!)
Roasted Apples & Pears with thyme make a delicious addition to your fall table. This dish is great on its own, but it’s also way more than a side dish. Keep reading for some recipe inspiration for roasted fall fruits from breakfast to dessert.
Thinking about going vegetarian? I’m sharing ten things I wish I would’ve know before I made the switch. 1. Align with your intention The first step in any major lifestyle shift is to understand intention and motivation. So why, exactly, are you thinking about going plant-based? Because you love pigs and cows? Because you know…
Whether it’s a busy weeknight or a Sunday afternoon tailgate, this recipe for Tempeh Sheet Pan Nachos is a quick and easy way to satisfy your Mexican food cravings, and fill up on colorful veggies and protein-rich tempeh.
Bored with your usual weeknight supper? Bust open that spice cabinet, and get ready make one of these delicious, homemade curry recipes.
If you live in or around the Southwest, you’re probably seeing green hatch chile peppers everywhere right now. I grabbed a few here in Colorado—along with what could be the last of my summer peaches—to blend up this quick, 15-minute homemade Peach Hatch Chile Hot Sauce.
From Meatless Monday to Taco Tuesday and beyond, I’ve got you covered with seven healthy and delicious vegetarian Mexican recipes to try at home this week.
This probiotic smoothie is sponsored by GoodBelly Probiotics. I was compensated for my time, and I’m eligible to win prizes in the Reboot Recipe Contest hosted by Go Dairy Free.
Welcome to September, the most perfect time to experiment with new seasonal fruits and vegetables at home. There’s an amazing mix of late-summer and early-fall produce available this month, so I put together a quick run-down of my favorites. In case you’re new to cooking with any of these veggies, I also included tips for properly selecting, storing, and cooking each to perfection….
These Coconut Curry Stuffed Peppers are sponsored by USA Pulses & Pulse Canada. As a proud pulse partner, I’m sharing a series of healthy recipes featuring chickpeas, dry peas, lentils, and beans this year. (Bookmark the series index for easy access to all of my #HalfCupHabit recipes!)
You can’t beat smoothies for a sweet and fruity meal on-the-go. In case you’re in a breakfast rut, here are 5 smoothie recipes I can’t wait to try this week.
This month The Recipe Redux challenged us to come up with a breakfast dish that’s packed with savory flavor and satisfying protein.
When all else fails, toss everything in a bowl, and eat up. Buddha bowls are tasty, nutritious, and super easy to put together. It’s no wonder they’re constantly on busy weeknight standby.
Wondering how to use fresh figs now that they’re in season this summer and fall? I topped a simple quinoa salad with the grilled fruit, and it has quickly become my go-to seasonal side dish.
Healthy food can be delicious, creative, and crave-worthy. I’ll prove it.