Mornings can be tough when you have a good blender. There are just too many smoothie options to consider: Green smoothies have a lot of great vegetables, while berry smoothies are sweet and easy. How are you supposed to decide? This smoothie recipe has the best of both worlds, and looks great too.
Tossing a whole bunch of delicious things into a casserole pan and throwing it in the oven to bake until bubbly at 400°F sounds like a great way to welcome the weekend. But, if you can't wait (like me), and want something for brunch-for-dinner tonight, this hearty sausage casserole is the right choice.
When it comes to easy meals, I always turn to eggs. But eggs can't always be the star of a dish — that just gets boring. This simple meal of fried egg on pita comes to life with the help of an awesome cucumber and jalapeño salsa and a stream of homemade sriracha. Every simple meal should be so lucky!
Do you want to make fried rice for dinner, but don't feel like making a large amount? Or do you not have a stove to work with? Maybe you even live in a dorm room? This recipe is the answer to your dreams: egg "fried" rice in the microwave!
This is not your lentil, black bean, or miso soup. No, this gorgeous recipe is full of parmesan, cream, milk, and homemade croutons. Some might call this soup indulgent, others might call it romantic, but I'm calling it dinner tonight.
This is one of those dishes that knows no bounds when it comes to meals. It could easily be made for brunch with a group of friends, or be a fridge-cleaning meal for dinner. Grab any greens you have in the house, and throw 'em in this savory pancake casserole this weekend.
You might have tried cheese, meat, or chocolate fondue, but have you tried ... cinnamon waffle fondue? No? It's pretty self-explanatory: You dip cinnamon rolls in a creamy mixture consisting of powdered sugar, cream cheese, vanilla, and butter. Is this a genius brunch idea or totally crazy?
You might have tried your hand at pizza bagels, but what about pizza waffles? This breakfast-dinner mashup is a great excuse to use that new waffle maker you might have received for the holidays, or have tucked somewhere in the closet waiting to be used.
This popular soup, called Yukgaejang in Korea, packs a lot of flavor and is great for the cold winter days to come. The base for the soup is beef brisket, which falls apart wonderfully in your mouth when cooked right. The soup also uses sesame oil and is spiced with Korean red chili flakes and chili paste. Time to hit your grocery store!