This little bowl of sunshine is here to save you from feeling gross all winter long. It has lots of golden beets and apples, and is topped with quinoa and yogurt. It comes together in a little over an hour, making it a perfect soup option for weeknight dinners and leftover lunches.
This recipe has all the components of a good winter salad: stiff, leafy greens; some nuts for texture; avocado (because duh); and citrus. But not just any citrus! This salad uses Cara Cara oranges which are sweet, light, and less acidic than navel oranges. It's a great excuse to pick a couple of these oranges up at the grocery store tonight.
Okay, this isn't actually a recipe for Krabby Patties, because there is, in fact, no official Krabby Patty recipe (shock!). But, this awesome recipe for crab burgers with brie and a strawberry-mango salsa seems pretty appropriate for today. Let's go down under the sea.
Need a new make-ahead lunch to take to work? I certainly do. This simple salad consists of red quinoa, peppers, beans, avocado, cilantro, and spices, and looks like an easy lunch to throw together on a Sunday to enjoy for the rest of the week.
I'm in a breakfast rut. Sometimes I turn to a handful of granola or a banana in the morning, other times I make a simple batch of scrambled eggs. Either way, I'm bored with my morning routine, and this roasted fig and honey millet porridge has me dreaming of a brighter future.
You love Thin Mints, you love popcorn — why not put them together for a delicious dessert-like snack? All you need are some popcorn kernels, Thin Mint cookies (calling all Girl Scouts!), white chocolate — and a bit of green food coloring.
I've found my new lunchtime salad for February. It has roasted sweet potatoes, romaine, pomegranate seeds, salty feta, and a heavy dose of blood orange vinaigrette. It's just the right midday pick-me-up for the wintery New York month. Care to join me?
Franken-desserts might be too cool for school right now, but I've got my eye on a new kind of mash-up. Let's talk comfort foods. Take, for example, chili and mac and cheese. There's no reason the two classic comfort foods should be kept apart. Why isn't more of this kind of melding of recipes happening?
The classic chocolate molten lava cake is a sight to behold and a privilege to devour. The textural components of the cake-y outside and liquid inside works great with chocolate, but there are other, trendier ways to achieve this kind of dessert. Enter: Earthy, vibrant, totally delicious matcha.
Fine, okay — this isn't really a salad, but it is the only recipe I've ever seen that comes close to adding potato chips to something healthy and that actually makes sense. Fresh, homemade potato chips are mixed with a Thai herb salad that includes cilantro, basil, and fish sauce. The combination just works.