We love the whole-food nut cheeses available at the supermarket, but the price tags often lead to sticker shock. Luckily, nut cheese is easy to make at home with pantry staples and a bit of patience. We love serving this cheese with nuts, whole-fruit jam and gluten-free crackers. Or folding it into garlicky pasta, plopping
Bone broth is a delicious and deeply nutritious way to soothe and nourish your body from the inside out. Adding one 8-ounce cup a day to your meal plan may help gently support immunity, detox pathways and digestive health. These savory blends can make daily bone broth a delicious habit and inspire you to concoct
A classic skillet breakfast with a fresh avocado twist, this hearty combo is full of flavor and protein to start your day. Two corn tortillas sandwich simple hand-mashed refried pintos, then are topped with over-easy eggs and an avocado pico de gallo salsa. Though this recipe has four parts—frying tortillas, cooking refried beans, frying eggs
This is an easy, all-purpose grain-free bread—great for snacking, sandwiches and toast. Think of this bread as a solid foundation for baking exploration, and feel free to play around with additions like nuts, seeds, dried berries, or even chocolate chips. While ingredients like xanthan gum and guar gum are often found in gluten-free baked goods,
Part zucchini bread, part banana bread, part brownie, these vegan and gluten-free protein powerhouses are the perfect grab-and-go breakfast, snack or post-workout nosh. Spend an hour whipping these up on a weekend, and enjoy a boost throughout the week—they’ll last up to seven days in the fridge! Feel free to use your favorite protein powder;
Savory, crunchy, cheesy and totally dippable, these baked nuggets taste like fried eggplant parmesan and can be eaten with your hands! These patties are also awesome in sandwiches or as a crunchy side to an Italian chopped salad. If you can find gluten-free panko breadcrumbs, these nuggets will be extra crispy, but regular breadcrumbs or
This lentil loaf is perfect for busy weeknights when you’re craving something hearty and healthy. It’s loaded with plant-based protein, and is a wonderful vegetarian entrée that will satisfy carnivores as well. To save time, the lentils can be cooked in advance and refrigerated, or you can substitute one 15-ounce can of (cooked) lentils.
This dish pairs nicely with a roast pork tenderloin for an elegant main course. The pickled blackberries can be made a day ahead of time. It’s a nice transition dish from later summer to early fall. Prep time: 10 mins (blackberries can be pickled from 4 to 12 hours) Cook time: 15 mins
This is a great dish that utilizes all that beautiful corn you can find at the farmers’ markets through early fall. It’s great served on the cob for more informal dinner parties. However, you can certainly make this into an elegant side dish by cutting the kernels off and creating a warm salad out
After all the coloring and hunting is over, there’s still much fun to be had with those leftover hard-boiled eggs. Not only are they a great source of protein, B vitamins and minerals, but they can be quickly transformed into these creative takes on the classic deviled variety. Each of these recipes calls
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