Eating fresh fruit is a tasty way to hydrate and replenish potassium, calcium and magnesium. Honey, lemon juice, vanilla and ginger combine for a delightful dressing for fruit. Enjoy this refreshing salad as a dessert for picnics, potlucks, barbecues and brunches.
Give your day a smart start. The fiber in oatmeal will keep you full until lunch, and oatmealis heart-healthy. Fuel up with one of the delicious oatmeal combinations below that can be served at any time of the day.
For the best results, make your own flaxseed meal from seeds that are either fresh or have been stored in the freezer in an airtight container. If you have a coffee grinder dedicated to spices, it will produce a nice, fine meal for your vegan “egg” substitute.
Gruyere cheese has a strong flavor that works well with the first peas and asparagus stalks of spring. Be sure to choose the thin, young asparagus stalks, as these will be the most tender.
Fill your kitchen with the scent of the holidays any time of year with these scrumptious muffins.
If you use gluten-free oats, these bars can be completely gluten-free. If you don’t already have the full set of spices in your cupboard, you can replace them with 2 teaspoons of your favorite pumpkin spice mix.
Yeasted waffles require a little forethought, but they’re simple to make and the gorgeous bready flavor and light texture make them entirely worth the prep time. This recipe makes a batch large enough to feed at crowd for Sunday brunch. If you’re cooking for one or two, make the whole batch anyway and freeze the […]