A spicy-sweet glaze and the crunch of salty peanuts make this grilled corn a side you'll crave.
If your meals have been missing flavor, this deeply flavorful curry-inspired soup will satisfy your taste buds.
A plant-based spin on traditionally meat-filled lettuce cups, this recipe will satisfying your hunger without leaving you feeling sluggish all afternoon.
Put down your smartphone and skip the takeout tonight. If you make a batch of these spicy veggie-based noodles, you’ll get everything you’re craving (and it’ll be extra healthy).
This genius jar of healthy, quick-cooking ingredients is the answer to your desk-lunch woes. If you’re using precooked shrimp, add it to the jars while still frozen – it’ll thaw in the fridge overnight and be ready to eat by lunchtime. If you're using fresh shrimp, simply cook and add to the jars as directed.
A zesty peanut lime sauce is the star of these 10-minute chicken wraps. These are a perfect choice for a take-to-go lunch – simply make the salad in advance and keep refrigerated. When ready to eat, assemble in the lettuce leaves.
Kabocha, also called Japanese pumpkin, has a delectably sweet, creamy flesh. Slow-roasting this squash really brings out maximum flavor. If kabocha is not available in your area, feel free to subsitute an equal weight of acorn squash. Although acorn squash won't be as sweet, you can add a few drops of maple syrup to the mix to make up for it. Do add in all the toppings, though, which provide great flavor and texture to the soup.
Coconut’s Superpowers: Be careful not to judge a recipe by its coconut content! While the fat content here may seem high, the saturated fat found in coconut milk is actually easily metabolized by the body. In fact, lauric acid – a saturated fat found in the coconut milk in this Clean Eating recipe – has both antiviral and antifungal properties.
This rich, coconut-scented red curry is infused with fresh ginger and packed with good-for-you vegetables.
Crunchy radish, carrots, cabbage and bell pepper are combined with black rice and edamame for a vibrant and satisfying lunchtime salad. The best part is that you can pack it into a glass jar up to 5 days in advance – since the dressing only touches the heartiest vegetables, there is no risk of having a soggy salad!
Black Forbidden rice gets its name from ancient China, where the dark-hued grain was banned from commoners and reserved strictly for royalty and nobility. Today, it can be found in local markets and ethnic grocery stores, and is commonly used in Thai cooking and is perfect in this black rice salad!
Thai cuisine is beloved for its pungent flavors and fiery curries. In this noodle bowl, we've used the sweet creaminess of light coconut milk and the good-for-you monounsaturated fat of natural peanut butter to balance the sharper tastes of garlic, ginger and spicy red pepper.
Oats are best known for their soluble fiber, which studies show can help lower both total and low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or "bad," cholesterol by reducing their absorption in your intestines, keeping coronary heart disease at bay. Here, the quick-cooking variety is combined with Thai flavors and used to coat lean chicken breast.