Grilled Lamb Salad with Muhammara, Herbs & Pomegranate
This stunning salad is as rich in flavor as it is in nutrients.
This stunning salad is as rich in flavor as it is in nutrients.
A bite of crisp greens and melty, nutty cheese plus energy-boosting nutrients in every bite? Yes, please!
Save yourself some time and get the day started with an incredibly simple (and super nutritious) bowl of this porridge.
Think you can't get enough protein from plants? Think again.
The green Mediterranean diet is a plant-based spin on the popular Mediterranean diet, and it could become your favorite new take on clean eating.
A creamy yogurt parsley dressing is the start of this easy-to-assemble salad with spinach, fresh apples and toasted walnuts.
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.
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.
We love fresh homemade pesto. It's quick and easy to blend together, and it brightens up everything from grilled veggies to pastas.
Use this tangy roasted red pepper pesto to anchor a tray of grilled veggies, cheeses and crackers for a fresh and healthy snack platter.
If a warm bowl of oats is your usual morning jam, this might be your breakfast recipe. Here, we make a savory oat mix that’s used as a crunchy topper for this salad with arugula, orange and prosciutto.
Jazz up your go-to tuna mix with our sesame, Waldorf and pesto variations. Use them to top salads, fill a lettuce cup or snack on with veggie dippers. Remember to check your tuna and mayo labels carefully to ensure you are selecting Whole30-compliant varieties.
This version of the Syrian roasted red pepper dip is sweetened with a date to avoid refined sugars. Urban suggests it as a snack for your next book club night, but we also love it as a topper for a piled-high bowl.
This energizing breakfast recipe from Dr. Mark Hyman's new cookbook, "Food, What the Heck Should I Cook?" will keep you revved from daybreak to lunch.
Tender brisket slowly roasted with potatoes, apples, beets and walnuts makes a rich, flavorful weeknight or company-worthy meal.
With whopping amounts of fiber and nutrients, hulled barley forms a loaded stuffing for tender acorn squash.
Turn a rainbow of roasted vegetables into a stunning snack-ready platter that'll feed a crowd.
We pair tart (rhubarb) with sweet (strawberry) and topped these muffins with a simple streusel topping for a perfect dessert treat.
Delicious as a stand-alone side or as a filling for our cranberry orange muffins, this relish is tart and tasty.
Thinly sliced Brussels sprouts make a delicate slaw. Apples and walnuts add some sweetness and crunch.
These versatile Paleo crumble bars can work equally well for breakfast, a snack or even dessert. They’re quite crumbly, so we love serving them in a bowl with yogurt or ice cream. To add a spicy dimension, try using apple pie spice in place of the cinnamon.
This rich sausage and walnut dressing freezes well and it can be cooked in a slow cooker, freeing up oven and stovetop space. The slow, even heat of a slow cooker yields moist stuffing with crispy edges.
This rich, dairy-free nice cream is one of our favorite summer treats.
An edgier take on a classic crisp, our version uses ginger and five-spice powder for a little heat. Make it in advance and pack it to go, adding yogurt to each as it’s served.
Smothered in walnut-parsley pesto and topped with mushrooms, this meatless flatbread takes only 30 minutes to serve up, thanks to store-bought dough.
These oven-baked, flavor-packed chicken meatballs are the perfect pairing with zoodles and our homemade pesto.
These bars give you the chocolate you crave, along with adaptogenic nutrients that support your energy and mood on a cellular level.
Try these hearty mushroom walnut lentil balls served over whole-wheat spaghetti or on a roll with mozzarella cheese and marinara sauce.
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Spinach and quinoa combine for a flavor-packed meatless bowl that comes together quickly for a healthy weeknight meal.
This is no ordinary loaf! For a gluten-free bake, we turned to green banana flour, which is traditionally used in Jamaican and African cuisine as a replacement for wheat flour.
Also known as Italian or red chicory, radicchio is a brilliantly-colored lettuce that looks like a small cabbage. A cup of raw radicchio has only 9 calories, with nearly 130% of the daily value (DV) for vitamin K.
Exceptionally hearty, these cabbage rolls are stuffed with a mouthwatering array of meaty mushrooms and chewy quinoa.
Chickpeas and walnuts add protein to this spinach salad to fuel you through busy afternoons. Roast the beets in advance for quicker assembly.
Move over, apple butter. This simple blend is outrageous on just about everything. Some of our favorites? Try it spread on sliced fruit or slathered on pumpkin spice bread.
Roasted Brussels sprouts and chicken get tossed with a zippy garlic-yogurt dressing for a hearty meal that you can eat throughout the week.
In our twist on a traditional potato salad, a fresh and fragrant pesto brings the chicken, potatoes and green beans together. We’ve suggested poached chicken here, but you can use any leftover chicken you have on hand.
Meaty mushrooms, walnuts and a handful of spices transform into a savory meatless swap for taco meat – the texture is uncannily similar!
This versatile spread can be used on crackers, or you can add water to the pâté and use it as a dip.
These fruit-and nut-packed energy bites are the ideal grab-and-go snack, perfect for any time of day.
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.
The subtle sweetness of acorn squash shines when brushed with a touch of honey and lime. Cranberries and walnuts add richness and tang, while quinoa provides enough protein to keep you full for hours.
Snack on these spiced walnuts throughout the week to keep blood-levels stable.
In this recipe, we use pomegranate juice, honey and lemon to make a molasses. To save time, you can use 1/3 cup prepared pomegranate molasses. Look for one without additives or preservatives.
Gut-friendly kefir adds creaminess to salad dressings. This salad makes a large portion and can be topped with a protein such as chicken or tofu. You can also serve it as a side or starter salad for 6 people.
Don't pass up that handful of nuts for fear of too much fat. Research shows that consuming nuts may not only lead to a lower BMI but it may also extend your life.
Grilled lettuce and flank steak get a burst of flavor from a light citrus vinaigrette in this dish. Topped with crumbled blue cheese and walnut pieces, this dish is a perfect summertime meal that both steak and salad lovers can agree on.
Bananas are the secret ingredient that help keep this coffee cake so deliciously moist. Always go for bananas that are well ripened for a more flavorful cake.
This Asian-style seafood dish is sweetened with a splash of fresh orange juice to balance out its heat.
Greet fall with this hearty salad layered in a Mason jar for easy transporting. For extra flavor and vibrant color, we’ve simmered the quinoa with beets.
Sweet apple, crunchy celery and pungent blue cheese make for the perfect combination in this 25-minute slaw.
Basil is high in vitamin K, which is known for its anti-inflammatory effects; adding a sweet flavor and crunch to these chicken salad pesto sandwiches.
Try crushed walnuts on shrimp for a faux fried finish that really satisfies.
This shaved asparagus salad makes a unique and healthy side dish for easy entertaining. It yields enough for a crowd, but if you have leftovers, combine with tuna the next day for a satisfying and delicious lunch.
One of the poster-children for antioxidants, sweet blueberries lend a burst of color to classic banana bread, while walnuts give each tender slice a textural kick.
Panko bread crumbs and crushed walnuts join forces with dried herbs to create a crispy, flavorful coating for our roast – in perfect textural contrast to its creamy blue cheese sauce.
You'll love our crispy garlic, bread crumb and walnut topping! Try it on all your favorite pastas and casseroles.
This isn't your grandmother's fruitcake! By replacing the usual candied fruit with nutrient-dense unsweetened dried cranberries and apricots, we've cleaned up and reduced the sugar in this often-regifted gift. Plus, adding a shallow pan with water to the oven during baking ensures an intensely flavorful and moist cake.
Butternut squash layered with our Everyday Marinara Sauce provides a creamy, sweet base for this protein-packed vegetarian butternut squash lasagna. You can thank the combination of walnuts, ricotta cheese and mozzarella for the 14 grams of protein in each serving.