Popcorn is a wonderful, whole-grain snack food that’s low in calories and high in enjoyability. It doesn’t need to lean on butter or salt, either. With a tiny bit of preparation, you can make an herb-infused oil drizzle that pairs wonderfully with nutritional yeast for a flavor experience that will wow you.
Packed with fruit and topped with refreshing coconut water, these gorgeous, icy little gems are a glorious way to cool down and hydrate on a hot summer day. Sophisticated enough for adults, delicious enough for kids, these may become a new staple in your freezer.
Date paste is a fantastic alternative to brown sugar in many baking contexts. The sugar they bring to the table comes with the nutrients in dates, making them a more nutritious option than pure sugar. Tip: 12 dates will yield roughly 1 cup of paste. Freeze leftovers in ¼ cup increments for future use.
This salsa pairs well with grilled chicken and grilled fish, such as, tuna.