Berry Nuts Granola Bars
Granola bars aren’t just easy to make, they can also be sculpted based on your tastes. Add anything from sunflower seeds to flaked unsweetened coconut to a variety of nuts and nut butters. Even a tablespoon or two of chocolate chips!
Slow Cooker Harvest Beef Stew
Let the slow cooker do all the heavy work for you. Just toss all the ingredients into the slow cooker and come home to a piping hot stew, perfect for a cold winter's day.
Gluten-Free Coffee Flour: What It Is + How to Use It
Learn about this gluten-free, nutrient-packed flour—and snag an awesome brownie recipe, while you're at it.
Baked Oat-Crusted Chicken Fingers with Sweet Mustard Sauce
Fiber-heavy oats mixed with whole-wheat panko breadcrumbs make both a crunchy and healthy alternative to chicken fingers.
Egg “Muffin” Cups with Turkey Sausage and Mushrooms
Make these egg muffin cups during the weekend and freeze or refrigerate for quick, to-go breakfasts all week long.
Couscous-Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Caps with Mozzarella
With the plump, meatiness that portobello mushrooms provide, you won’t miss the meat in this vegetarian dish.
Turkey & Kale-Stuffed Spaghetti Squash with Savory Tomato Sauce
There's a certain awe-factor in serving these stunning spaghetti squash boats that are piled high with spaghetti squash noodles and sauce, whether made for a weeknight meal or special occasion.
Sweet & Sour Pork
Better than take-out, this savory dish of pork, pineapple, snow peas, and carrots will have you licking your plate.
Tomato Basil Soup
For just a little longer than it takes to bring a can of tomato soup to a boil, whip up this tomato soup that is much lower in sodium—and much tastier too. The addition of fresh basil bumps the flavor of this soup up a notch.
Seven Things to do with Kale
Whether you're juicing, baking, or incorporating your kale into a main dish or salad, we've got quick and easy ways to put it to use.
Know Your Knives
Familiarity with your knives and knowing how to use them is paramount to your success in the kitchen.
There's no reason to throw that old bread out! It's perfect for delicious, crunchy homemade croutons!
How to Blanch Vegetables
Blanching vegetables allows you to partially cook and cool them quickly so they retain their crunch.
12 Must-Know Terms for Aspiring Coffee Nerds
Author Ruth Brown explains shares tips and terms for getting the most out of every coffee order or home brew.