Cauliflower Fried Rice with Chicken
Cauliflower stands in for rice in this remake of the takeout favorite.
Cauliflower stands in for rice in this remake of the takeout favorite.
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This homemade aioli with zesty lemon and fresh dill brightens up this simple roasted salmon with potatoes and asparagus.
Skin-on Russets and sweet potatoes make up these cheesy röstis, or Swiss-style hash browns. We use both yellow and green onions here, but if you’re looking to simplify, you can use just the yellow onion. Customize this dish with toppings of your choice.
This savory-meets-sweet casserole uses sweet potatoes and hemp or coconut milk and is brimming with warming flavors like cinnamon, nutmeg and maple.
Lentils and quinoa deliciously update this throwback weeknight dinner. We’ve shared our favorite garnishes, but feel free to change them up in favor of any other taco toppings you love.
These cacao-filled muffins contain an extra serving of nutrient-dense veggies.
This easy breakfast – or lunch! – makes for one well-rounded meal.
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This meal-sized salad has plenty of crunchy, salty textures to satisfy, along with perfectly cooked eggs to fill you up.
Lemons and blueberries are one of those “better together” flavor duos — each helps the other taste even more delicious.
A riff on the uber-popular Golden Latte, the warm, turmeric-infused sipper, this savory rice bowl made with a base of cauliflower rice also takes its golden hue from the famed anti-inflammatory spice.
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Made with coconut and almond flours, these grab-and-go pockets filled with eggs, cheese and ham are a surprisingly satisfying breakfast for a low-carb day.
This homemade chutney is adaptable to your taste – use more chile for a spicier sauce, or skip it if you prefer no spice. The fish cakes and the sauce both freeze well.
These savory cabbage pancakes are a twist on the traditional dish from Osaka, Japan. The name okonomiyaki translates to “grilled as you like it,” as there are a number of variations depending on region and preference. The original dish uses wheat flour, but here we use coconut flour and arrowroot instead.
Millet is a powerhouse of nutrition that lends a nutty taste. Here, it becomes a gluten-free base for a superfood-packed grain bowl topped with veggies and a homemade Asian dressing for a satisfying and healing meal.
Turmeric gives these muffins both a beautiful, vibrant color and an anti-inflammatory boost. For a comforting and convenient breakfast, quickly reheat muffins in the toaster oven or microwave.
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.
Awaken your senses with this aromatic breakfast of fresh parsley, cilantro and dill in a spinach sauté with softly cooked eggs nestled inside. A savory yogurt-saffron topping finishes this delightfully easy dish. Serve with a bowl of walnuts or pomegranates to round out your breakfast.
Inspired by the traditional Greek soup known as avgolemono, our version of this warming dish uses brown rice rather than the typical orzo. We’ve also added kale for a boost of color and added fiber.
We’ve got you covered with this marbled Bundt cake that’s reminiscent of your favorite ice cream with bananas, walnuts and heaps of chocolaty goodness – the best part is that it’s sweetened with only dates and monk fruit drops, so you can enjoy a treat without the subsequent energy slump.
If you haven’t tried millet yet, we highly recommend this nutty, gluten-free grain as a staple ingredient to have in your pantry. Here, we combine it with kale, navy beans and eggs for a salad with staying power.
Hearty root vegetables stand in for regular spuds in this breakfast hash with kale. Make it fresh in the morning, or make it entirely in advance – just reheat in a skillet and cook the eggs right before serving for a speedy meal.
This holiday crackle is the perfect sweet and salty treat — without added sugar or traditional flour.
These easy scones are made without traditional flour, making them the perfect gluten-free breakfast (or brunch) treat.
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Corn and zucchini are sweet partners in golden fritters with a salty edge from tangy feta cheese. They’re great for nibbling with cocktails or for kicking off a family-style brunch. Remember that the more liquid you squeeze out of the grated zucchini, the crispier the fritters will be, so don’t skip that step.
If you’re a cheesecake fan, this goat cheese tart will make you fall in love all over again. The tangy filling is topped with a simple but elegant compote featuring fresh blackberries and figs.
This turkey is a labor of love, but the juicy results are totally worth the effort. Here, we use deboned meat, which cooks through faster than a whole bird, and the finished roll is easier to slice at the table. Ask your butcher to prepare it for you in advance, and request that they reserve about half of the bones as you’ll need them to make the gravy. A cranberry glaze is brushed on the turkey while roasting, while a homemade gravy gets drizzled on after serving.
Indulge — just make it mini. These teeny buns have all the sweet, cinnamon-laced appeal of their bigger cousins, but sub in a less- rich Greek yogurt drizzle for the traditional cream cheese frosting. They’re also gluten-free!
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Tossed with good-for-you leafy greens and an unexpected kick of rosemary, this satisfying dish takes sweet potato hash to another level.
Let the kid in you jump for joy over this luscious banana loaf that the grownup in you can whip together in 10 minutes flat. For best results, use very ripe bananas.
This salad features poached eggs smothered in a bacon-laced hollandaise sauce. Buttered whole-grain English muffins are great for soaking up the sauce, or you can use a grain-free muffin (or skip it entirely for a lower-carb option).
Call us chickpea obsessed, but this salad features the beloved legume in two ways – oven-baked to a crisp and then smeared under the salad in hummus form.
The classic deviled egg taste that you love with a boost of anti-inflammatory goodness from the turmeric.
Nutty and fudgy, these rich muffins are moist and flavorful.
These hand-held blueberry treats are the perfect way to start your day.
This skillet cornbread makes a great side to a warming stew or chili. Serve it warm slathered with butter.
Simple toppings are enough to make this meal shine – feel free to customize to your taste, but do remember to keep it light, as too many toppings can overload the delicate crust.
These egg and veggie bites can be eaten straight from the fridge, or heated quickly in the toaster oven or microwave.
Ricotta, Parmesan and feta cheese commingle for ultimate creaminess in these turnovers made of flaky phyllo dough.
We’ve elevated the classic carbonara with seared scallops for added protein. Use any type of spaghetti here, such as brown rice or even quinoa if you prefer.
This quick and easy, Whole30-compliant flavorful potato salad can be served as a side or work as a protein-packed meal all by itself.
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Elevate simple chicken breasts by coating them in a mixture of ground pecans and serving with warm sautéed kale.
Made from butternut squash and zucchini, these fritters make a great side, small bite or even stand-in for toast in eggs Benny.
The savory meatloaf flavor you loved as a kid made into single servings gives you endless versatility throughout the week.
Sweet and crispy, these sweet potato latkes are really hard to beat, especially as a breakfast side paired with bacon and eggs.
This hash is an excellent choice for a make ahead breakfast or lunch option during the week or even a busy weeknight dinner, paired with some eggs and avocado.
These breakfast muffins are the perfect on-the-go meal. They’re simple to make and you can make bake them ahead of time for quick breakfast throughout the week.
These gluten-free baked turkey meatballs are tangy and delicious. Paired with cauli rice, these healthy meatballs are sure to be a family favorite you will make again and again!
Few can resist the call of pumpkin spice! These grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free whoopie pies with their cinnamon-cream centers are a hit with all ages.
If pressed for time in the morning, fully prepare these protein-stacked pancakes the night before and reheat them in the toaster the next morning.
Quiche is the perfect make-ahead recipe as it’s delicious warm from the oven, cold or even reheated the next day for a filling breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Move aside mayo-drenched tuna and egg salads. This deconstructed take on the standard fare uses Greek yogurt for a protein boost and delivers fresh crunch from the cucumber and almonds.
This nutritious and delicious cauliflower pizza is packed with flavor. Topped with colorful veggies, this is a dish that everyone will enjoy. Make it ahead and reheat throughout the week for an easy lunch or dinner.
There's no fruit that screams holiday like cranberries. A classic clafoutis gets a holiday spin with cranberries and orange which lend just the right amount of sweetness and acidity.
Chunks of apples, spicy cinnamon and walnut pieces turn these hearty pancakes into a filling breakfast or energizing snack.
Our version of coconut shrimp has a crunchy coating of fiber-rich coconut flour with unsweetened coconut flakes and toasty whole-wheat panko bread crumbs. Breading and freezing the shrimp raw ensures they will be perfectly cooked inside with a crispy crust. Omit the sriracha in the pineapple dipping sauce if you prefer less heat.
By stacking meatloaf and carrot coins over potatoes in the Instant Pot, this comforting meal is fully cooked in one go. Garnish with additional thyme.
An electric pressure cooker makes great chili in a snap, and it can also bake up delicious corn bread at the same time. When cooked, the top of the corn bread will appear pale, but the bottom will be golden brown — just invert it onto a serving plate for the best presentation.
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Chicken thighs contain more energy-supporting iron than chicken breasts, and they’re juicier and more flavorful. Here they work perfectly with sweet-savory pistachios and a rich citrus sauce.
The garlicky mayo on these burgers is so good, you may need to make a triple batch for all your sandwich needs. And the patties are a tasty meatless option you don’t have to fire up the grill for.
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This quick breakfast will fuel you all morning long. Save time this week by preparing 1½ cups of cooked quinoa and refrigerating leftovers to use for future breakfasts.
All the flavors of your favorite deli bagel — in salad form! With the dressing, croutons and eggs made in advance, this satisfying meal is ready in less time than a lunch run.
Sweet potatoes help fill you up with a good quantity of fiber and micronutrients without overloading calories. This pie will fuel your body, give you energy and help with post-workout recovery.
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