Functional mushrooms are having a moment. We rounded up 10 adaptogenic coffees, teas, hot chocolates, and ready-to-drink beverages that should be on your radar.
The hottest new supplement is here, and it’s mushroom gummies. We’re breaking down whether this trend is all hype or worth trying.
This mushroom-rich soup is loaded with anti-inflammatory, antioxidant-rich ingredients – and it's especially fantastic for your liver health.
Adding fungi into your meals just might hold the potential to help you feel great.
This creamy plant-based pasta recipe is ready for sweater season.
Mushrooms in your morning coffee? It might sound kind of odd, but mushroom coffee is a growing trend – and it’s one that just might be fantastic for inflammation, your immune system and overall health.
If you only use one mushroom in your diet, make sure it’s Inonotus obliquus. This nutrient-dense fungi helps fight free radicals. Learn more about the traditional use and science behind Chaga, plus get a delicious summer salad recipe that packs in its antioxidant benefits.*
Medicinal mushrooms aren't your average mushrooms. Featuring unique natural compounds, these mushrooms can benefit your health in a number of ways like lowering blood sugar, fighting inflammation and strengthening the immune system.
Long considered a nutritional underdog, mushrooms are finally getting the attention they deserve in the wellness world. With wide-ranging benefits like stress management, energy support and cognitive and gut health, these functional fungi are worth getting to know.
Manage symptoms of anxiety, reduce stress levels, and boost antioxidants with medicinal mushrooms. Clean Eating Academy coach and holistic nutritionist Jesse Lane Lee shows you how.
Chicken gets coated in a seasoned, nutty mix and baked for a crispy pecan-crusted chicken dinner.
Dr. Jonny Bowden delves into the headline-grabbing topics of alternative dentistry and the healing properties of mushrooms.
When you cook hulled barley – also called whole-grain barley – in a pressure cooker, you don’t have to soak it beforehand, which cuts down on prep time. It also makes the barley tender and creamy without all the stirring you usually have to do to make risotto on the stove top.
A staff favorite, our team devoured these cheesy mushrooms with tangy parsley chimichurri. Our advice? Make a double batch!
Sherry adds a rich nutty note to this mushroom sauce, which we’ve made extra-creamy by stirring in tangy cream cheese.
Portobello mushrooms have a meaty texture that makes them a stellar swap for beef patties in veggie burgers. But here's the trick: We've actually used the mushroom caps as the bun, then filled the middle with warmed marinara sauce, provolone and fresh, crisp greens.
Blending cashews with lemon juice and hot water creates a luscious cream for this comforting plant-based mushroom stroganoff. Mushrooms are full of umami taste, which gives the sauce full-bodied flavor in a fraction of the time it takes to make the original beef version.
Roasting mushrooms intensifies their umami-rich flavor and gives them a meaty texture, making this meatless main an all-around palate-pleaser.
The fun part of pizza making is getting creative with toppings, using whatever we have in the house. We have been putting hummus on our pizza crust for quite some time. On top of the hummus, you can put any greens you have. Sometimes I use watercress or baby spinach for the kids because they are milder, though I love to use fresh spring baby arugula. The sautéed mushrooms add a great texture and pop of flavor.
Flank steak is a relatively inexpensive lean cut that boasts a fantastic beefy flavor. It can be tougher than other steaks, which is why we pound it out thin before stuffing with the savory mushroom filling.
Gruyère, a hard cheese, melts perfectly when placed under the broiler. Topped with browned Japanese mushrooms, this savory toast is fit for any time of day.
Hearty enough for a meal, these super-stuffed portobello mushrooms are packed with a flavorful turkey, goat cheese and sun-dried tomato mixture and topped with melted Swiss cheese.
Used as healing compounds since the early days of medicine, herbs have strong scents and flavors that indicate the presence of unique phytonutrients. Study after study shows that traditional healers were right: these plants are medicine. This simple dish brings some serious plant power with fresh herbs, mushrooms, olives, and quinoa. Mushrooms also contain unique phytonutrients, helping you round out this meal. For your next brunch, serve up some healing!
What better way to utilize summer’s bounty than with seasonal vegetables on the grill? Veggie skewers can be made and marinated in advance and stored in the fridge until ready to roast or barbecue. Try our tofu, mushroom, pearl onion and pepper skewers marinated in a Bourguignon sauce.
Portobello mushrooms are an excellent source of niacin, the B vitamin needed to transform carbs into energy. Plus, they’re rich in selenium and potassium – the latter is an essential mineral that helps regulate blood pressure and water balance in your body.
Who says French toast has to be sweet? Here, savory mushrooms are cooked with butter, thyme and milk and spooned over caraway rye French toast for a satisfying breakfast-for-dinner.
Colorful and full of flavor, this gluten-free, grain-free “pizza” features a crust made of cauliflower, garlic, egg whites and cheese – no flour! To save time, prep and roast the butternut squash and mushrooms first.
Craving something creamy? We have some tricks up our sleeves to bring you a healthy, protein-packed dinner full of flavor and richness but not full of fat!
Our healthy take on chicken soup will have you feeling better in no time.
Don’t Underestimate Spuds: Potatoes have been treated unfairly over the years, but the redskins in this recipe provide about half of this recipe’s vitamin C and potassium – you’ll meet nearly 30% and 33% of your DV of the two nutrients, respectively, in 1 hearty serving. While the well-known immunity vitamin is also necessary for the formation of collagen and the healing of wounds, the mineral potassium may help lower blood pressure.
Rich with tender lamb and meaty mushrooms, our slow-cooker risotto will have you wondering why you ever bothered making finicky stove-top risotto. There’s no carefully timed stirring or multiple additions of liquid here – just set the timer and let the slow cooker do the work for you!
Giving up gluten doesn’t have to mean saying goodbye to your favorite foods like pizza. Here, we show you how to make your own crust using quinoa as a base, and we’ve piled heaps of mushrooms, cheese and chicken on top for a pizza that’ll beat any delivery joint's.
These simple-to-make buckwheat crepes are stuffed to the brim with vegetables and cheese then baked in a luscious creamy yogurt sauce.
No need for an English muffin here – our poached eggs are served over roasted tomatoes with a creamy, yogurt-based hollandaise-style sauce smothered over top.
This dish will impress your guests and make you look like a Food Network Star while being surprisingly easy.