Fish — because it’s healthy. And definitely parsnips, because it’s fall.
Put together this delicious kale and cheddar strata on Saturday night, then wake and bake on Sunday. Congratulations, you’re a brunch genius.
An easy five-step plan for your most successul Thursday night ever.
This easy, gluten-free baked sweet potato dinner is just as comforting as any pasta dish. Also, it tastes like bacon.
This cheesy, vegetable-filled pasta is the perfect way to get yourself excited for fall.
These Asian beef and pineapple lettuce boats are so fun to eat, you won’t even realize that they’re actually pretty healthy.
The key to a brown rice bowl that’s not sad and diet-y? Shrimp, veggies, a little bit of salt and a lot of butter.
This savory bread pudding is a great way to use up extra bread. Bonus points for the fact that it tastes like pizza.
Braise your zucchini in a delicious mixture of coconut milk and ginger, then throw some salmon on top and let it soak up all of the funky deliciousness as it cooks.
Desperate times (peak zucchini season) call for delicious measures (a super-simple salad that requires no cooking).
A stunning mess of herbs, potatoes, and veggies from the new cookbook Vibrant Food.
Stop being afraid to cook fish.
Sometimes these are the only food items in my house and maybe that’s something I need to work on personally, but until then here’s this recipe.
You have no excuse to make Hamburger Helper ever again.
This fresh and healthy quinoa-lentil salad has everything you need from a meal in one bowl.
A healthy spaghetti dish you can make in 15 minutes.
A recipe to answer the eternal question: What am I going to do with all this kale? (Warning, you will need a food processor for this.)
Cool noodles and crunchy veggies are the meal of your dreams on a hot night. This also makes a great dish to bring to a picnic or potluck.
An easy, 5-ingredient weeknight dinner that takes advantage of summer produce without getting too fancy.