Yes, pesto can be made without all of the extra fat and cheese! The proof is in the (green) pudding.
There are a lot of cheesy kale chip recipes out there, but this one is a special one. These have a distinctly Parmesan-like flavor that is really addicting, even for people who “don’t like kale.” Our recommendation: Start a second batch now.
Quinoa is a high-protein, gluten-free, mineral-rich answer to oatmeal. This is an extra fast and fun recipe so get creative with your toppings!
This chili is loaded with flavor and vitamins, and everyone in the family might ask for a second bowl. The best part? You’ll only have to wash one pot!
Most people love and remember bruschetta for its bright, fresh tomato and basil components, not so much for the sprinkle of cheese on top. So why not omit the cheese altogether?
This is *the* tofu recipe I grew up with. Add a dash of low sodium soy sauce or Bragg’s Liquid Aminos for a delicious umami flavor.
A perfect and delicious throw-together dish for your next dinner party, brown-bag lunch, or even breakfast.
Crockpots are wonderful. I used to think they were only good for chills and roasts, but roasted veggies? Beautiful revelation.
Containing no refined or added sugars, this crockpot recipe is about as “whole foods” as it gets. Plus it’s about as “hands off” and easy as it gets too.
Toss in crockpot. Wake up next morning. Crack open a perfectly steamy, comforting potato for breakfast. Who knew you could have baked potatoes for breakfast!