Chocolate Hummus

Turn this classic savory dip into a satisfying sweet treat This unusual sweet take on traditional hummus is as nourishing as it is delicious, and not as weird as it sounds! Some might find the idea of chocolate hummus somewhat unexpected, but this is sure to become a future favorite. Ready in under a minute, … More Chocolate Hummus

Super Simple Vegan Brownies

The only brownie recipe you’ll ever need These rich, sticky, indulgent chocolate bites are the best no-bake brownies we’ve ever tried! It’s a big claim, but once you’ve tried this super simple recipe, you won’t need any other. Packed with a deliciously dense combination of dates, almonds, and cocoa, these are a decadent yet nutritious … More Super Simple Vegan Brownies

Thanksgiving Chicken Salad

Thanksgiving Everyday Whether you’re finding yourself in the holiday spirit early, looking for a new way to enjoy leftovers, or just want to get the taste of Thanksgiving on a random Tuesday, this Thanksgiving Chicken Salad recipe is for you. Don’t be surprised, if after first tasting this, you find yourself giving thanks on the … More Thanksgiving Chicken Salad

Cranberry Sauce

A Dish for Two Holidays Cranberry sauce maintains a rightful place on tables throughout the holiday season. It’s perfect compliment to a savory Thanksgiving turkey (and great as a spread on sandwiches made with leftovers) and a festive dish for a pretty Christmas table. Whether you grew up eating the “real” thing or slices of … More Cranberry Sauce

Light Green Bean Casserole

A Thanksgiving Staple Green bean casserole has long had it’s place on the Thanksgiving table. A staple in many households and flush with good-for-you vegetables like green beans, onions, and mushrooms, you may remember it being touted as a “healthier” side (especially healthier than say macaroni and cheese) and eating it may take you back … More Light Green Bean Casserole

Mashed Rutabaga

Get to the Root The rutabaga is a cruciferous root vegetable and hybrid of the turnip and cabbage. It is in the  family of Brassica napus and hails from 17th century Northern Europe and Scandinavia. It is most often called a “swede” or Swedish Turnip, and is believed to have been developed in 16th century … More Mashed Rutabaga

Healthy Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte

Try a guilt-free, homemade version of this seasonal favorite At this time of year, you don’t need to go far before coming across the now-ubiquitous seasonal coffee: the pumpkin spice latte. The ‘PSL’ has achieved cult status in recent years, and it’s not surprising, given the delicious combination of espresso, hot milk, and warming fall … More Healthy Homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte

Poached Salmon & Eggs

Omega 3 In 2013, Americans consumed an average of 2.7 pounds of salmon per person, making it the second favorite seafood behind shrimp. Salmon offers a host of nutritional and medicinal benefits due primarily to its high Omega 3 oil content. Omega 3 fish oil must be gained through the diet; it is not manufactured … More Poached Salmon & Eggs