This just might be the easiest pasta recipe you'll ever make.
A sweet and spicy marinade, plenty of leafy greens and all kinds of crunch make this salad a can’t-miss meal.
An addictive sesame-almond sauce adds zip to crispy fried tofu and a medley of crunchy veggies, served up in lettuce leaves for an easy handheld dinner or lunch.
This flavorful loaf is sweetened with dates and granulated monk fruit, the latter of which is derived from a fruit native to Southeast Asia that’s 100 times sweeter than granulated sugar. It’s low-glycemic and works beautifully in baking recipes. Serve slices with almond butter and fresh fruit.
Salad isn’t just for summer – mixed lettuces help contribute toward your hydration level at any time of year. The flavorful miso dressing contains puréed carrot, a surprise addition for added fiber and antioxidants.
Salmon is topped with a crunchy maple-almond crust, making it seriously addictive. It pairs well with sweet and mildly seasoned parsnip wedges.
Shishitos are usually mild, but every once in a while you get a firecracker. That’s what makes this dish really fun! Blistering the beans and peppers in a skillet gives them a nice charred taste without having to toss them on the grill or under the broiler. If you can’t find shishito peppers, try multicolored mini bell peppers instead.
It's important to have healthy snack options in your arsenal during the holidays. This combo of spices and mixed nuts is the perfect good-for-you nibble to have on hand.
Keep your defenses healthy with seasonal superfoods.
Grilling the cabbage imparts an unbeatable smokiness to this slaw. Here, the napa is topped with a spicy dressing using gut-friendly kimchi.
Featuring fresh peaches and an oat and nut topping, this peach crisp makes for a wholesome breakfast or afternoon treat. To save on ingredients in the plan, we use whole almonds and grind them into flour, but if you already have almond flour on hand, you can use it instead (use a roughly equivalent amount).
Ahiflower oil is packed with omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. It's delicate, so avoid heating it—like we do in this recipe with spicy, Spanish no-cook romesco sauce.
Also called pitaya, dragon fruit is a dramatic-looking tropical fruit is rich in vitamin C, iron and red pigments called betacyanins, which help protect the heart from damage.
We’ve given traditional brittle a makeover, sweetening it with only honey and coconut sugar and packing it to the brim with good-for-you nuts and seeds.
The term “breakfast cookie” might sound like a devilishly delicious oxymoron, but we’re not kidding around with these good-for-you jumbo cookies. They’re made with protein-rich almond flour and pecans and naturally sweetened with maple syrup for an easy, grab-and-go breakfast.
This hearty dinner-in-a-bowl is packed with healthful grains, flavorful veggies and perfectly grilled fish. It gets a kick from a fresh sauce made with yogurt, roasted red peppers, and harissa – a spicy North African chile paste. If you can’t find the paste, you can easily substitute with a hot sauce, such as sriracha. It won’t have the same blend of spices, but it will be just as tasty.
Called patatas bravas in Spanish, or “fierce potatoes,” these crispy little nuggets of potato are usually deep-fried in olive oil, but they’re equally wonderful roasted in the oven with just a kiss of oil as we’ve done. Serve with romesco, a rich sauce made of roasted peppers and almonds that’s great on any roasted vegetable, and garnish with chopped almonds or a spinkle of smoked paprika.
To keep your prep quick, here we roast the salmon at the same time as red grapes - and we do it all on one baking sheet for quick cleanup. The cooked fruit gives the salad a sweet-tart tang that balances the richness of the cheese and fish. Sprouts or microgreens make a nice garnish on this dish.
This easy, plant-based breakfast will last up to four days refrigerated, so you can get out the door fast on busy mornings.
Need more plant power in your life? This vegan dish featuring carrots, broccoli, ground almonds and the superfood spice turmeric will rev up your metabolism and keep you satisfied for hours.
Make this ahead and have lunch on hand for several days - simply refrigerate salad and dressing separately and combine in the morning or right before eating.
Glowing skin and glossy hair don’t just come from bottles or jars. The truth is, you have to nourish hair, nails and skin from within with a clean diet rich in beauty-supportive nutrients. Here, we uncover the very best beauty foods.
There’s nothing fussy about this double-decker carrot cake. Rather than slicing each cake in half to make four layers, you simply stack the cakes on top of each other – with a thick layer of frosting in between – to make a rustic dessert that no one will believe is 100% grain-free. Top with chopped toasted walnuts or spiralized carrots for an impressive finishing touch.
In addition to a healthful mix of nuts, this blend contains another secret health weapon, edamame. Edamame is a complete protein, meaning it contains all essential amino acids. It's also a very good source of folate, a B vitamin that helps lower your risk of stroke and heart attack. Make sure to choose an organic variety of edamame.
Be sure to use almond flour, which is made from finely ground skinned raw almonds, rather than almond meal, which is coarser and often made from skin-on almonds. Cook and mash the sweet potato the night before so you can easily whip up these pancakes in the morning.
This zucchini noodle pasta dish isn't only gluten-free, it's loaded with powerful vitamins and phytonutrients. Zucchini is a prime source of vitamin C that promotes cardiovascular health; it also contains lutein, a phytonutrient that's good for vision.