Green Lifestyle Magazine, the best of green - Food

  • Solar-Powered BBQ
    The extraordinary PhotonGrill BBQ is 100% fireless, fuel free and completely solar powered. read more... Read more »
  • Eat humane with the RSPCA's Choose Wisely
    The RSPCA’s Choose Wisely initiative is asking all Australians to support humanely produced food when eating out. read more... Read more »
  • Newtown Festival Leading The Way In Urban Sustainability
    Newtown Neighbourhood Centre’s (NNC) annual fundraiser event is back again for 2015! Newtown Festival boasts the vibrant creative, conscientious and inclusive community of Newtown, and will showcase a range of eco initiatives that reflect this originality and diversity. read more... Read more »
  • Good Things Await
    Niel Stokholm and his wife Rita, use holistic and traditional methods to produce delicious food sought by some of the best restaurants in the world. read more... Read more »
  • Oven versus microwave
    When it comes to heating or preparing a meal, which oven is the greener option? read more... Read more »
  • How To Grow Serious Backyard Veggies
    Get your beloved seeds from their packets all the way to a super, plentiful harvest. read more... Read more »
  • Conscious Life Festival
    Saturday, October 31st and Sunday 1st November 2015 Don't miss the Sunshine Coast’s premiere Conscious Life Festival on Saturday, October 31st and Sunday 1st November 2015. A family-friendly festival for young and older guests alike. read more... Read more »

    Skinny Taste

  • Crustless Potato Jalapeño Quiche
    This Tex-Mex-inspired Crustless Potato Jalapeño Quiche is filled with potatoes, onions, jalapeños, and cheddar cheese and seasoned with chili powder, cumin, and paprika. Crustless Potato Jalapeño Quiche Crustless Potato Jalapeño Quiche is perfect any time of day! I love this vegetarian quiche for breakfast, but it also makes a very... Read more »
  • 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (Jan 24-30)
    A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. Recipes include macros and links to WW recipe builder to get your personal points. 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan I hope everyone is staying warm–it has been so cold!!! Check out my soup... Read more »
  • Perfect Baked Potato
    A perfect baked potato is simple to prepare in the oven, with crispy skin and a fluffy interiors. This basic recipe for how to bake a potato is foolproof. Perfect Baked Potato A perfect baked potato is so easy to make and this simple method is my go-to. Although you... Read more »
  • Pollo Guisado (Latin Chicken Stew with Olives)
    Pollo Guisado or Latin Chicken Stew is a hearty braised chicken stew popular in Caribbean, Central and South American cuisines, with loads of flavor and so easy to make! Pollo Guisado (Latin Chicken Stew with Olives) This pollo guisado recipe my favorite comfort food dish, especially when the weather is... Read more »
  • 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan (Jan 17-23)
    A free 7-day, flexible weight loss meal plan including breakfast, lunch and dinner and a shopping list. Recipes include macros and links to WW recipe builder to get your personal points. 7 Day Healthy Meal Plan Thank you to everyone who has been trying recipes from my new Skinnytaste Air... Read more »
  • Chicken Piccata (Skillet or Air Fryer)
    Chicken Piccata is an Italian chicken dish made with pounded chicken breast in a lemon-wine butter sauce with capers and parsley. Skillet or Air Fryer! Chicken Piccata If you’re looking for more ways to make chicken breast exciting, you’ll love this Chicken Piccata recipe. Rather than using a ton of... Read more »
  • Colombian Chicken Sancocho (Sancocho de Pollo)
    Sancocho de Pollo, a hearty soup almost like a stew, is a traditional dish in the Antioquia region of Colombia that combines potatoes, yuca, corn, plantains, and chicken. Colombian Chicken Sancocho Colombian Chicken Sancocho is the ultimate comfort food for my family and me when we’re craving chicken soup. In... Read more »

    smitten kitchen

  • my favorite lentil salad
    My friend Olga makes a lentil salad that nobody can stop eating. Yes, lentils. A salad. I can feel your skepticism through this computer screen (it’s my single superpower) but please feel assured that I would never lie to you, about lentils especially. Her recipe is one of the greatest... Read more »
  • russian napoleon
    This cake is a Russian New Year’s Eve tradition, and therefore no, this recipe I’ve been promising to share for 15 years isn’t late, rolling up here with a mere 36 hours left in the year, it’s exactly on time. The Napolyeon Tort is inspired by a classic mille-feuille (French... Read more »
  • short rib onion soup
    A couple months ago, I was out with friends and we stopped briefly back at a friend’s place (hi Jocelyn!). It smelled amazing and it turned out she had chicken chili going in the crockpot. Despite not planning to stay, we inhaled a bowl in her yard before heading back... Read more »
  • checkerboard cookies
    Because I excel at timing, I decided long after most normal people had long wrapped up their holiday cookie baking last December to make the checkerboard cookies, Sara, who works with me behind the scenes, has been steadily requesting for about a decade. It’s just… I was a skeptic. I... Read more »
  • new york sour
    If you created a mood board that accumulated all of my cocktail interests — whiskey, lemon juice, succinctness, and some kind of niche New York spin [see: Fairytale of New York, Perfect Manhattan] — you might also wonder why it’s taken 15 years for us to talk about the wonder... Read more »
  • cranberry pecan bread
    Last week, in a continued effort to get my fridge back to inbox zero after it was groaning under the weight of the extraneous contents of a few shoots here this fall, I decided to take my surplus of cranberries, oranges, and pecans and turn them into a cranberry bread.... Read more »
  • fall bliss salad
    We had friends over on Saturday for a Please Help Me Clean Out The Fridge dinner. Between a cookbook shoot (coming next fall!) and filming new YouTube episodes (coming next week!), my already-overtaxed kitchen spaces have been groaning at the seams. As someone who weirdly delights in an empty fridge... Read more »

    Joy the Baker

  • Let It Be Sunday, 356!
    Hello friends and happy Sunday! Today we have my dear friend Toby with our Sunday links but first a quickie announcement from me! I’ve collaborated with the good people at Delicacies Jewelry to bring you this sweetie-pie strawberry necklace.  Strawberries are my favorite berry, so fun to bake with, and... Read more »
  • Let It Be Sunday, 355!
    The theme this week?  Sunny days. Hi friends. Welcome to this fine Sunday. I found myself watching my favorite Boston bank robbery movie (wait, too specific a category?) The Town staring Ben Affleck and Jeremy Renner this week.  Come for the Boston accents, stay for the bank robbers dressed as... Read more »
  • My 12 Best Birthday Cake Recipes
    I know January marks the start (rather, restart) of all of our best habits. Luckily, one of my best habits is CAKE.  Around here, January has me daydreaming about all the birthday cakes I’d like to make for friends, family, and my very own birthday.  There is nothing better than... Read more »
  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake
    I’ve got birthdays on the brain this month because where there is a birthday, there is a party, and there is bound to be an epic cake. That’s my great hope for your birthday celebrations, at least.  Cake is casually my life’s work… so, no pressure.  I’ve decided that this... Read more »
  • Let It Be Sunday, 354!
    Hello friends! Happy Sunday and a proper HAPPY NEW YEAR to you! If you missed me last Sunday, I was pictured above – camping in the sand dunes of Padre Island with Will.  We turned the back of Will’s Jeep into a kitchen because the wind was too intense to... Read more »
  • Easy 4-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies
    Maybe you thought I gave all my cookie magic away in holiday cookie tins tied with glittery bows last month, but NOPE! There is literally ALWAYS cookie dough balls in my freezer so every season is cookie season.  These sweet and salty peanut butter cookies are some of best and... Read more »
  • Let It Be Sunday, 353!
    Friends, hello!   Welcome to another morning together! I’m admittedly a little tardy with this last Sunday post of the year because I opted for more family time than computer time this week.  Thank you for the grace.  I wish the same for you, but glad you’re here (maybe with a... Read more »

    Sprouted Kitchen

    Fa la la la la! It’s baking season and this cake was a hit. Of course we all love cookies, and I have plenty of those on the list. My people love a breakfast sweet, and this has stood in for a simple dinner dessert on occasion as well. I... Read more »
    It has been a busy cookbook season! I spent last night reading through the Ottolenghi Test Kitchen Cookbook and am revisiting everything I have bookmarked in Aran’s Cannelle et Vanille Bakes Simple while it is rainy this week and we can work on some baking projects. If you eat gluten... Read more »
    Dinner seems so hard sometimes. I cook for SKCC during the day, so we have wonderful lunches, and obviously there are leftovers, but that leaves me not following my own advice as far as having a plan for dinner most nights. Ironic isn’t it? I have plans for lunch, we... Read more »
    I really wanted to push this as a smash cake idea, but I must tell you that in retesting, it is quite delicate. It is DELICIOUS, but she is not a sturdy, easy to frost cake. I’ll give it to you straight in case you have dreams of a Pinterest-worthy... Read more »
  • Quinoa & Sweet Potato Salad w/ Turmeric Tahini Dressing
    It used to be easier to write here. I like imagining who I am writing to and I’ve lost some of that here. I thought Instagram was a more effective place to share, but that place changed for me, as well. So, I want to be back here like I... Read more »
    I love love Trader Joes Zhoug sauce and we use it often, but I’m trying to reduce our single use packaging, and this is way better anyway. I finally have notes down so we can make and gift it on our own. I have written about 3 dozen green sauce-ish... Read more »
    May is a big month for us. It is busy and exciting and expensive because there are a bundle of birthdays (around 10 between our two families!) and Mother’s Day and our school year will be ending and while it has felt like Spring for a while here, May sets... Read more »

    Love and Olive Oil

  • Latke Eggs Benedict
    A classic eggs Benedict with a Jewish twist: a crispy potato latke topped with smoked salmon and a jammy poached egg, all smothered in a rich and creamy hollandaise. Latkes are one of my favorite foods, so I’m going to grab any opportunity I can to eat them. Including this... Read more »
  • The Best of 2021
    Another year gone by. What can I say? 2021 seems, in many ways, to be an extension of 2020, somehow both flying by and dragging along at the same time. Almost like time has no meaning anymore. Would you believe I’ve been blogging for nearly 15 years? I threw a... Read more »
  • Matcha White Chocolate Crunch Bark
    With mesmerizing swirls of matcha and creamy white chocolate on a base of dark chocolate and crispy puffed quinoa, this truly unique chocolate bark is a masterpiece of texture and flavor. Whether made as a homemade holiday gift or an indulgent treat for yourself, this matcha white chocolate crunch bark... Read more »
  • Toffee Apple Oatmeal Cookies
    Crispy and chewy oatmeal cookies meet toffee-coated apples… it’s a seasonal flavor combination you’re sure to love! These unique and delicious oatmeal cookies are a textural delight: crispy on the edges, soft and chewy in the center, and studded with chunks of cinnamon-spiced dried apples and crunchy toffee bits throughout.... Read more »
  • Amaretto Amaretti Thumbprint Cookies
    Wouldn’t you know, my always popular soft amaretti cookies work surprisingly well in thumbprint form, filled with amaretto-spiked jam or chocolate ganache. Amaretti cookies are a reader favorite for a reason: these soft and chewy almond cookies are incredibly easy and ever-so versatile, not to mention naturally gluten free! This... Read more »

    My Baking Addiction

  • Crockpot Taco Soup
    Crockpot Taco Soup simmers all day long for a comforting meal at the end of the day. Making it couldn’t be easier! As we’re easing our way back into our normal day to day lives after the holiday break, I am all about quick and simple dinners – especially if... Read more »
  • Lasagna Soup
    Lasagna soup is loaded with all the familiar flavors of lasagna in soup form. It’s hearty, delicious, and sure to become a new favorite. As soon as Christmas is over, I pretty much go from baking up all the sweets to full-on soup mode. Give me a bowl of hearty... Read more »
  • Peppermint Mocha Cookies
    Delectable chocolate cookies are given a festive kick with the addition of espresso powder and peppermint candy canes. Peppermint Mocha Cookies are the perfect treat for any holiday cookie tray. I had a ton of cookie recipes on my Christmas must-make list, and truth be told, some were pretty fancy-schmancy.... Read more »
  • Rum Balls
    Rum Balls are a classic holiday treat. Boozy, chocolatey and rich, store these beauties in the refrigerator for several days for an even better flavor! Ohio is clearly a little confused in terms of the weather right now. It was sunny and almost 50 degrees today which is a little... Read more »
  • Saltine Toffee
    Saltine Toffee is a fun and easy candy to make during the holidays! This salty-sweet treat is perfect for gifting.  I’m not sure where saltine toffee originated, but I’m sure glad it did. Sweet, salty, crunchy — what’s not to love? If you’re into making homemade candies for the holidays... Read more »
  • Make-Ahead Banana Coffee Cake
    Make-Ahead Banana Coffee Cake brings coffee cake and banana bread into one bite. Prep this recipe the night before and bake it in the morning for a warm-from-the-oven holiday breakfast.  One of my absolute favorite ways to start my day is with a hot cup of coffee and slice of... Read more »
  • Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole
    Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole is a savory make-ahead breakfast perfect for holiday mornings. Prep it the night before and bake it off in the morning for an easy way to feed a crowd. One of my very favorite things about Christmas morning is Christmas breakfast. After opening gifts, we stay... Read more »

    Sally's Baking Addiction

  • Mint Chocolate Cookie Cake
    Mint Chocolate Cookie Cake This mint chocolate cookie cake will remind you of a thin mint cookie, only it's not thin... it's mega thick! The show stopping cake, complete with peppermint cream and glossy chocolate ganache, comes from Rebecca Firth's cookbook The Cake Book. You're going to love it. The... Read more »
  • Whole Wheat Pizza Dough Recipe
    Whole Wheat Pizza Dough Recipe Adapted from my regular pizza dough recipe, this whole wheat pizza dough comes together with 6 simple ingredients. It's not as light and chewy as traditional pizza crust, but it's wonderfully soft with a distinct wholesome hearty flavor. Use your favorite toppings or try my... Read more »
  • Simply Applesauce Muffins
    Simply Applesauce Muffins You'll love these simple applesauce muffins because not only are they incredibly quick and easy, they're deliciously moist, flavorful, and satisfying. Packed with wholesome ingredients like whole wheat flour, oats, and applesauce, these healthful muffins are naturally free from refined sugar and contain no dairy. There's no... Read more »
  • Honey Wheat English Muffins
    Honey Wheat English Muffins A new month, a new year, and the January Sally's Baking Challenge is here! Join us this month by making these homemade honey wheat English muffins. This blog post is lengthy because I want you prepped for the best success possible. These are so delicious, so... Read more »
  • January Baking Challenge
    January Baking Challenge JANUARY BAKING CHALLENGE RECIPE January 2022 Sally’s Baking Challenge Recipe: Honey Wheat English Muffins If you aren’t into this recipe, here is the alternate baking challenge recipe: any previous challenge recipe you haven’t made yet OR Multigrain Bread— still an opportunity to bake with yeast! END DATE &... Read more »
  • Cranberry Pecan Anytime Cake
    Cranberry Pecan Anytime Cake This cranberry pecan cake is tender and buttery with a brown sugar cinnamon pecan crumble blanketing each bite. Cranberries and pecans are a wonderful pairing and especially during the holiday season. You'll love them together in this cake-- a breakfast, brunch, snack, or dessert suited for... Read more »
  • Happy 10 Years!
    Happy 10 Years! Today I hope you'll join me in celebrating 10 years since I first began sharing recipes with the world. In December 2011, I started a food blog that unbeknownst to me would someday host 1,200 recipes used by millions of bakers all over the world. I've spent... Read more »


  • Celebrating a Lunar New Year Rooted in Togetherness—& Food
    In 2022, Lunar New Year will begin on February 1. For My Shanghai author Betty Liu, it's a joyful celebration filled with family gatherings and edible treats. Most of these foods enjoyed during Lunar New Year in China, from egg dumplings to tatsoi to sticky rice cakes, are eaten to... Read more »
  • 7 Kitchen Trends We'll Be Seeing Everywhere in 2022
    There’s a good reason why many people refer to kitchens as the heart of the home. Sure, they get a lot of foot traffic daily—from family dinners and intimate date nights to post-school study sessions—but more than that, they act as a microcosm for our daily lives, routine, and outlook.... Read more »
  • The Mystery of the Missing Cel-Ray
    In October 2021, Edith’s, a Brooklyn eatery specializing in foods of the Jewish diaspora, announced on Instagram that they were planning to hand out cans of Dr. Brown’s Cel-Ray—the chartreuse celery-flavored soda that’s a staple in Jewish delis—to trick-or-treaters on Halloween. Elyssa Heller, founder and CEO of the restaurant, explained... Read more »
  • How to Make Chicharrones at Home
    Cara Nicoletti of The Meat Hook helps us get to know our favorite cuts of meat a little bit better—and introduces us to a few new ones, too. Read on, study up, then hightail it to your nearest butcher. If former articles in this column are any indication, it's pretty clear... Read more »
  • I'm a Pro Baker—But My Mom's Biscuit Recipe Will Always Be My Favorite
    Bake It Up a Notch is a column by Resident Baking BFF Erin Jeanne McDowell. Each month, she'll help take our baking game to the next level, teaching us all the need-to-know tips and techniques and showing us all the mistakes we might make along the way. When your mother... Read more »
  • While You Were Sleeping, Someone Was Baking
    Sleep Smarts is your guide to shut-eye—with trusty tips, product recs, and new routines for a better night’s rest. The murkiest memory I have from the years I worked as a baker isn’t much of a memory at all. Just the jolt of the realization that I was in my... Read more »
  • The 9 Best Bed Sheets We’ve *Ever* Tested
    Welcome to Best of the Test, a thoroughly tested, expertly vetted, only semi-serious product recommendation series. Join us as we sleep with a dozen different bed sheets, make gallons of ice, air fry all the wings, and more in pursuit of the very best things to buy. It’s ironic to... Read more »

    Welcome to Rosemarie's Kitchen

  • Down Home Southern Goodness
    Where do I begin? Today is Southern Cooking Day. Oh yeah, nothing says comfort like down home Southern Cooking. I don’t care where you hail from, there is something about finger licking goodness that resonates in all of us. Couple Southern Goodness with Blonde Brownies and you’ve got the makings... Read more »
  • Our Lady of Altagracia and Orange Blossoms
    Our Lady of Altagracia, Our Lady of Grace, is the protector of the Dominican people. They believe with all their hearts that Our Lady watches over their island, leading the people to her Son, Christ Jesus. Her feast day is huge in the Dominican Republic. It is also a big... Read more »
  • Hors d’oeuvres for Cheese Lovers Everywhere
    Today is National Cheese Lovers Day. I suppose we could have served up a creamy Mac and Cheese dish and called it a day. But why do that when we can throw a Cheese Inspired Party instead! The nice thing about Cheese Lovers Day is that it holds no restrictions.... Read more »
  • Would You Believe?
    It’s National Popcorn Day. I know I’ve already talked about NOT making popcorn for National Popcorn Day even though it’s also an important birthday. What can I say? Can’t have a birthday without Birthday Cake. When I saw this picture of a cake topped with popcorn, I knew I had... Read more »
  • Lemon Pepper Chicken Thigh Supper
    Today is special on so many levels. It’s National Popcorn Day. I swear, this day was created just for my Pops, who happens to live on Popcorn. And today just happens to be his birthday. Hum, I wonder if the Powers that Be had a hand in National Popcorn Day... Read more »
  • Michigan and Motor City Pizza
    Welcome to Michigan Day! Did you know that while Europeans began to explore Michigan as early as 1620, people have been living in the area since 11,000 BCE? France was the first foreigner government to claim Michigan. It was a part of Canada, known as New France. When New France... Read more »
  • Greatness Demands Humility
    Savoring the Words of Wisdom from a great man of God:Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. – Martin Luther King Jr. Returning violence for violence multiplies violence, adding a deeper darkness to a night already devoid... Read more »

    Jessica Gavin

  • Sweet and Sour Chicken
    Sweet and Sour Chicken Make this easy homemade sweet and sour chicken, a popular Chinese dish, ready in only 30 minutes! Simply stir-fry pieces of tender meat, crisp vegetables, and juicy fruit, then toss in a delicious tangy sauce. This Chinese sweet and sour chicken recipe is a fast and... Read more »
  • Easy Fried Rice
    Easy Fried Rice Easy to make homemade fried rice, just like your favorite Chinese restaurant. A simple stir-fry transforms plain white rice into a flavorful dish seasoned with soy sauce and tossed with colorful vegetables. In Asian cuisine, a serving or two of fried rice is always a must-have to... Read more »
  • Kung Pao Chicken
    Kung Pao Chicken Ready for a delicious kung pao chicken stir fry made in less than 30 minutes? Sure you are! This recipe rivals any Chinese takeout with lean white meat and crisp vegetables tossed in a spicy sauce. This homemade version of kung pao chicken will have you ditching... Read more »
  • Chow Mein
    Chow Mein Treat yourself to homemade chow mein ready in under 30 minutes. These delicious wok-fired noodles are cooked with fresh vegetables and tossed in a savory sauce. Perfect for serving with your favorite Chinese dishes. If you’re looking for a quick side dish that’s better than takeout, then you’re... Read more »
  • Pad Thai
    Pad Thai This easy pad thai recipe combines stir-fried rice noodles tossed in a sweet and tangy sauce with succulent shrimp. Make this popular restaurant-quality dish in under 30 minutes! When our family dines at our local Thai restaurant, a chicken or shrimp pad thai is always something we order.... Read more »

    Carlsbad Cravings

  • Turkey Meatballs
    The juiciest, most flavorful turkey meatballs you’ll ever sink your teeth into – AKA how to make ground turkey meatballs you’ll actually crave! These healthy, juicy, fragrant, herbaceous ground turkey meatballs are utterly addicting – my husband didn’t even know they were turkey! They’re incredibly moist (thanks to my secret... Read more »
  • Chimichurri sauce
    Chimichurri sauce is vibrant, garlicky, tangy, spicy, whipped up in 5 minutes and makes everything taste divine! This best chimichurri recipe is the only one you’ll need!   Chimichurri is a fresh, zesty, herb-infused sauce originating in Uruguay and Argentina.  It is one of the easiest ways to upgrade eggs, veggies, sandwiches, etc. or it... Read more »
  • Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes
    Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes are hot, meaty, cheesy comfort food inspired by the ultimate cheesesteak sandwich – but easier and less expensive! These Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes will quickly become a family favorite!  They combine the best of two worlds: the flavorings and cheesy goodness of a Philly Cheesesteak with... Read more »
  • Roasted Balsamic Pork Tenderloin
    Roasted Balsamic Pork Tenderloin doused in a balsamic butter sauce might be the juiciest, most flavorful pork of your life! This Roasted Balsamic Pork Tenderloin recipe is buttery tender and seeping with double the flavor from a spice rub and tantalizing sweet and tangy balsamic, herb sauce.  This recipe may... Read more »
  • Easy Tomato Sauce
    The best homemade tomato sauce – leave the jars behind with this EVERYDAY healthy, delicious, quick and easy sauce on your table in 15 minutes!   This Tomato Sauce recipe is a dream come true! It’s astonishingly quick and easy to make with a simmer time of only 10 minutes,... Read more »
  • Teriyaki Chicken Stir Fry
    Teriyaki Chicken Stir Fry is healthier than takeout, exploding with flavor and made with whatever veggies you have on hand! This Teriyaki Chicken Stir Fry recipe is an easy, healthy one skillet dinner that rivals your favorite restaurant! It’s loaded with juicy, undeniably tender chicken and tender-crisp veggies coated in... Read more »
  • Chicken Chili
    This Chicken Chili is a hearty, healthy recipe with layers of flavor that are out of this world! (Directions for the stove or crockpot!) This Chicken Chili recipe is satisfying, comforting, accidentally healthy and imbued with robust seasonings that are practically hypnotic. Best of all, it’s easy to make, gluten... Read more »

    Garden in the Kitchen

  • Grapefruit Infused Water
    Reset and refresh your body with a detoxifying infusion of grapefruit water with woody rosemary to naturally cleanse the body of toxin buildup along with a few restorative practices and space detoxing. The NEW Yankee Candle® Well Living Collection helps us harmonize our homes, creating a space that supports on... Read more »
  • Instant Pot Moroccan Lentil Soup
    Instant Pot Moroccan Lentil Soup is a hearty and tasty one-pot dinner. Filled with fresh veggies and protein-packed lentils, this flavorful soup is ready to eat in 40 minutes and is naturally vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free! Looking for an easy, filling, and comforting soup recipe to warm you up... Read more »
  • Gluten-Free Chicken Meal Prep Bowls
    Need a healthy option for lunch or dinner? Try these Gluten Free Chicken Meal Prep Bowls! Made with baked chicken, quinoa, and vegetables, each bite is packed with protein and doesn’t skimp on flavor. Gluten Free Chicken Meal Prep Bowls are a great go-to when you’re all out of ideas... Read more »
  • Honey Roasted Beetroot
    Transform an earthy root vegetable into an elegant appetizer with this Honey Roasted Beetroot recipe! Perfectly roasted beets are tossed together with juicy pomegranate seeds and a honey and balsamic dressing. Naturally vegetarian and gluten free. Honey Roasted Beetroot is a rich, tender, pleasantly sweet, and tangy side dish. If... Read more »
  • Gluten-Free Salmon Cakes
    Whip up these one-bowl Gluten Free Salmon Cakes for a healthy appetizer or party snack. Baked instead of fried, every bite feels light and fresh while the simple ingredients pack in zesty, spicy, and tangy flavors! These Gluten Free Salmon Cakes are flavorful, easy to make, and can be served... Read more »
  • Easy Keto Steak Meal Prep Bowls
    Need something healthy and delicious for weekly dinners or lunches? Turn to these Easy Keto Steak Meal Prep Bowls! Filled with juicy steak tips, cauliflower rice, kale, and red bell peppers, every bite is fresh and flavorful! Disclosure: this recipe has been created in partnership with Awaken180° Weightloss and it is compliant... Read more »
  • Instant Pot Calamari Stew
    Instant Pot Calamari Stew is a bright and vibrant Mediterranean dish that’s ready to eat in just 35 minutes! Every bite of this cozy and comforting stew is overflowing with aromatic, spicy, and citrusy flavors. This super simple Instant Pot Calamari Stew is a one-pot, 35-minute dinner that’s rich and... Read more »
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