Say hello to the perfect summer tea smoothie to start the day.
This cake is lightly sweetened and just dense enough to be between a cake and a bread. But we’re calling it a cake because it’s just so pretty and who wouldn’t want to eat cake at any time of the day?
Rosemary and Walnut Beer Bread. Fragrant rosemary and chunky walnuts added to a simple beer bread to make a nutty and flavorful bread for the cold nights. Bonus, this bread can be made in one bowl and has zero rise time. Slather some butter on a toasted slice and drizzle some honey for the coziest snack ever.
Setting the bar high with this Cherry Tomato and Thyme Frittata with Ricotta. Sautéed and crispy garlic and thyme infused throughout, with bursting cherry tomatoes and dollops of creamy ricotta. Not only is this frittata full of incredible flavor, but it is quick to throw together. Great for feeding brunch guests or weeknight dinner with the family.
This mango pineapple salsa can be eaten with chips, over tacos, and topped on a burger. It’s a great summertime snack or late night treat, while being full of healthy vitamins and natural sugars. It is sweeter and fruitier than your typical tomato salsa. The acid from the lime and the dash of cilantro mellows out the sweet pineapple and mango until it’s heaven in a bowl (or on a chip).
The recipe is super simple and makes a delicious batch of muffin tops, arguably the best part of a muffin. These baked beauties have a deep chocolate flavor enhanced by espresso powder, and a sprinkle of mini chocolate chips throughout. The sweet vanilla bean icing drizzled on top pushes these closer to that fine line between breakfast and dessert.
These healthier almond butter granola bars are one of our favorites. They taste just like cookies but are a little more dense, making them a perfect granola bar. Using mini, dairy free chocolate chips gives these bars a bit of chocolate in each bite.
This unexpected ice cream has the consistency and smoothness of ice cream while remaining dairy free and vegan. With a creamy maple kabocha flavor, reminiscent of a lightly sweet pumpkin pie, this frozen dessert is delectable and may easily become a fall favorite.
This beautiful frittata makes a crowd-pleasing entrée for any time of day. It’s a creamy egg cake with a delicious combination of flavor from the asparagus, shallots, and sharpness of feta. Perfect for spring and incredibly easy.
Fresh arugula and parmesan are drizzled with olive oil and tossed with fresh lemon juice and zest. A handful of freshly cracked black pepper rounds it out for this delicious salad that accompanies almost any meal.