Give Mom the day off and prepare this savory, earthy, and satisfying brunch for her. Oh, and be sure to let her know it’s good for her, too!
Tender Pork Loin with Herb Sauce is a sophisticated, yet earthy preparation of pork tenderloin that pairs perfectly with spring vegetables.
Loaded Sweet Potato Nachos are a healthier, all-natural nacho covered with a spicy, veggie-loaded salsa, and drowned in an all-natural cheese sauce.
Light Chicken Quinoa Divan has the richness of the recipe that inspired it, but is lightened-up and also freezer-friendly!
Chili Dog Chili is a thick, hearty chili bursting with flavor. Great for serving at a party or potluck, and freezer-friendly, too!
Wilted Arugula Pasta Salad makes tender, fresh, spring arugula the star of the show. It’s also easy enough to enjoy on a week night as a main dish or side!
Peanut Radish Noodle Salad is a warm Thai salad made from spiralized daikon. It’s sweet, spicy, savory, crunchy, and full of bright flavor.
Blue Steak and Potatoes is like healthy, local food meets pub grub (minus the grease) and it’s topped with a blue cheese dijon sour cream!
Coconut Carrot soup is a delicious, seasonal soup for those cool, rainy, in-between spring days that’s lightly curried, creamy, and mellow.
Spring Couscous and Roasted Chicken Legs is a great weeknight dinner that’s full of fresh, spring flavor, but no fuss!
If you’re anything like me, you LOVE hollandaise sauce, but you DON’T love all the calories and saturated fat. This recipe gives you a better option. It’s lightened up, and best of all, it’s all-natural!
This recipe for Rutabaga and Carrot Mash has the savory combination of rutabagas and asiago, with the bright flavor of carrots. Great for your Easter party!
Quick and Easy Kale is for the kale skeptic and kale lover alike. It’s sweet and savory, and oh so easy to make!
Lemon Herb Crusted Chicken Thighs is a quick, easy, budget-friendly, and succulent chicken dish. It’s also freezer and weeknight friendly!
This early spring vegan recipe is fresh and satisfying. Serve it up as an entrée or an appetizer at your next party!