Instead of corn bread, why not corn balls? They complement a meal with a starchy side note and offer a warm, comforting flavor to the experience. These simple corn bread balls are done in minutes and spiced lightly with black pepper. Enjoy!
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These are more like tiny crisps than proper chips, but they have the same munch effect and satisfy the thoughtless snacking tick without packing on the pounds. Just carrots, olive oil and salt is all it takes! Enjoy!
Mushrooms make the best serving plates. Because of their neutral taste, they act as somewhat of a palette cleanser next to the more flavor-packed filling. This recipe uses a simple salmon stuffing and bakes it atop open-faced crimini mushrooms. It’s a serving size made easy for the gut and the eyes. Enjoy!
Here is a great recipe for when you are on the run and want to pack the most nutrition in as possible without slaving away at some complicated dish. Just blend and spread is what I say. This broccoli cream sauce is just what I love to have around to toss in salads or eat [...]
Lentils are extraordinary versatile and are great to use when you are trying to mock the density of meats with a vegan alternative. Their flavor is subtle enough to complement with spices and other ingredients. For this recipe, I use lentils as the foundation for a vegan meatball. It’s on the softer side, but can [...]
When the occasion calls, it’s good to have a solid substitute for what would otherwise be ground beef. This recipe uses crumbled tofu and bakes it with a simple combination of spices, soy sauce, and nut butter to create a delicious and perfect replacement for real beef. Enjoy!
The picture is all I need to know. I lurrrveeeee onion rings, so much in fact that I don’t even care if they’re healthy or not. When I crave them, I’m okay with splurging. Given my affinity, I figure it’s best if I learn to make them in a healthy way. This recipe diverges all [...]
Speaking of sweet potato, have you all forgotten how to make it into chip form? The best chip I’ve ever had was born from this recipe and I really can’t get enough! White potatoes are bashed for their capacity to dramatically tip the blood sugar scale, but if you switch to sweet potatoes, that sugar [...]
I like this salad recipe, because the endive (escarole) leaves act as a “spoon” just as much as they are part of the salad itself. This iconic combination uses feta cheese, toasted walnuts, and balsamic vinegar for a delicious and different way to get those greens in. Enjoy!
Chimichurri is a grilled meat sauce that originated in Argentina, but is popular throughout Latin America. It has an herb-based sauce that pairs well with the meaty textures. For this recipe, I use chimichurri to complement seared scallops. It’s a simple, light but tasty dish. Enjoy!