Spoon hearty lentil chili onto hamburger buns for a vegan version of sloppy Joes.
Fresh herbs and bitter leafy greens make this simple Italian salad the perfect start to any meal.
Bake fresh salmon, broccoli rabe and potatoes in parchment packets for a healthy dinner with an easy cleanup.
Crunchy pomegranate seeds and salty feta add flavor and texture to healthy kale salad.
Crunchy coleslaw, tender chicken and melty cheese come together on a brioche bun to make one incredible sandwich.
Give smoothies brilliantly bright color with blue algae powder thats healthy and great tasting.
Indulge in a chocolaty, creamy banana split-inspired smoothie without all the calories of the original dessert.
Keep colds at bay with easy immunity improving smoothies filled with berries, bee pollen and spinach.
This vegan dip gets its incredible creaminess from sesame tahini so there's no dairy needed.
Zucchini noodles give garlicky shrimp scampi a light and fresh twist.
Make dinner in minutes with quick broiled shrimp and peppers with easy chimichurri sauce.
Enjoy a savory pizza without all the carbs by making the crust out of protein-rich ingredients.
Bake a batch of these veggie- and cheese-filled egg cups to keep busy mornings moving.
Make salmon more exciting with spicy blackening seasonings and juicy pineapple salsa.
Roasted slices of sweet potatoes make for a great supporting act to fried eggs.
Indulge that hangover with a healthier but hearty plate of breakfast nachos.
Stuff fluffy pita with tender brisket and a variety of condiments and flavorful additions.
Make holiday entertaining easy with individual no-bake sweet potato cheesecakes.
Use leftover slices of leftover holiday roast to top light and crisp salad with sesame dressing.
Make the most of leftover holiday roast with meaty French dip sandwiches.
Create holiday cookie magic with one easy dough that makes four kinds of cookies.
Serve French-style open faced ham sandwiches topped with fresh herbs and lemon zest for an easy post-holiday snack.
These sweet and salty bites make a great holiday gift and are so quick and easy to make.
Tender tofu, fresh veggies and a splash of soy sauce make this stir-fry quick, easy and satisfying.
Adding the Goldfish topping gives it that extra cheddar crunch and gets the kids excited.
This recipe is so easy, fast and brings great holiday cheer to all who enjoy!
These treats are super easy, super fast, super kid-friendly and everyone loves them!
Top flavorful carnitas tacos with lettuce, tomato, radish and avocado for a quick and healthy dinner.
Stuff Italian-style peppers for a healthy dinner that tastes just like a cheesy pizza.
Anthony Scotto changes up Thanksgiving cranberry sauce by using dried berries and fresh apples.
Creamy crab dip tastes like it took hours to prepare, but this quick recipe comes together in under 30 minutes.
This recipe is also a great way to do some grilling in the wintertime!
This finger sandwich is the perfect starter for the holidays. The meat, bread and veggies all locally sourced from Utah, bring savory flavors.
Washington is known for their apples. One fall, I turned our love for apple pie into a little apple pie sugar cookie.
Feed hungry houseguests after Thanksgiving with a savory strata that makes the most of holiday leftovers.
Serve fresh from the oven cornbread with homemade whipped sorghum butter on the side.
Keep salad simple and delciious with Tuscan kale, fresh apples and Pecorino cheese.
Freshly cracked black pepper and Parmesan cheese give this salad big, bold flavor.
Toss turkey with soba noodles and a savory soy sauce for an easy, quick and flavorful weeknight dinner.
Leftover turkey and store-bough sauce make cheesy enchiladas quick and easy to prep.
Crispy, sweet and slightly spicy, this pizza is by far the best use of leftover Thanksgiving turkey.
Fresh herbs, feta cheese and lemon zest brighten up easy roasted asparagus dip.