Chips and dip can still be a part of your New Year's resolution with our homemade veggie chips – made from collard greens, taro and purple potatoes. Plus, we've got a 15-minute Asian-inspired dip that pairs perfectly with all three chips.
Chefs and home cooks have cast vegetables as second fiddle to meat on their plates for years, but a recent shift to veggie-centric dishes is giving plant foods a starring role. We show you how to swap out the meat for nutrient-dense produce in these twists on classics.
Checking off your gift list doesn’t have to mean long, budget-busting trips to the mall. Instead, spread the joy with one-of-a-kind, edible DIY goodies, kissed with personalized flair. Make a batch of one – or all four – of these recipes and wrap them individually to give as stocking stuffers, Hanukkah presents and host/hostess gifts, or mix and match to create thoughtful, custom-made gift baskets that are as much fun to make as they are to receive.
Due to popular demand for our fat-burning lentil recipes, we've rounded up nine more of our favorites. Not only are they budget-friendly and delicious, lentils are an excellent source of fiber and protein that rev up your metabolism and keep you feeling full. These recipes are sure to become staples in your house.
You won't miss that take-out pizza with this recipe for creamy polenta topped with mozzarella and tomato sauce from Great Bowls of Food.
This Mixed Pepper Slaw with Mango, Jicama & Cilantro Lime Dressing Recipe is full of colorful bell peppers that are an excellent source of carotenoids such as beta-carotene and alpha-carotene. Both of these compounds are converted by the body into vitamin A, which helps support the health of your skin, eyes and immune system.
Broccoli is a member of the cruciferous family of vegetables, which also includes cauliflower and kale. These types of vegetables contain a group of substances called glucosinolates, which are broken down into compounds that may have anticancerous effects in the body.
Golden beets and apricots offer more than just a sunny hue – they also pack a punch of beneficial nutrients. Golden beets are rich in fiber and potassium, while apricots contain vision-supportive vitamin A and collagen-building vitamin C.