Health fanatics, look no further. This freekah and roasted beetroot salad has everything to keep you bouncing through the week.
These easy roasted breakfast potatoes are a perfect side dish for breakfast or brunch! They’re crispy on the outside, creamy in the middle, and seasoned to perfection with smoky, savory spices.
If you’ve never tried no bake cookies before, drop what you’re doing and make this recipe ASAP. You’ll love these easy, delicious, and addictive treats. Also; they’re perfect for some self-care moments. It only takes 7 ingredients to make these peanut butter no bake cookies rich, chocolateey, and addictive. You likely have most of them in your pantry already!
Need a delicious new recipe the whole family will love? This cozy and colorful Dutch Stamppot made with a variety of vegetables is easy and cooks fast.
Best of all, this traditional vegetable mash is packed with nutrients.Stamppot (meaning stew) is a classic, probably one of the oldest, Dutch dishes made with mashed potatoes as a base and seasonal root and leafy vegetables.
Bibimbap is a Korean rice bowl filled with assorted vegetables, gochujang sauce, an egg, and meat. My recipe skips the meat, but you won’t miss it one bit. The seasoned veggies and sauce fill this bowl with flavor!
This Healthy Pineapple Carrot Cake is a lighter version of a classic spring dessert. This moist carrot cake is easy to make, is lower in sugar & has no butter or oil!
This easy peach crisp recipe is such a delicious summer dessert! Serve it warm with scoops of vanilla ice cream. Gluten-free.
These vegetarian meatballs are full of veggies, but with tang from balsamic and tamari, even picky eaters will love their flavor. I love these balls tucked into subs, but they’re good served over pasta, too.
These strawberry rhubarb bars are an easy, healthy summer treat. Made with oats, almond flour & coconut oil, they’re vegan and gluten-free.
Cherry clafoutis might sound fancy, but don’t be fooled – this French dessert is surprisingly easy to make. And even more importantly, it’s delicious!I’ve been a fan of Diala’s globally-inspired, vegetable-forward recipes for years now. Each one has a personal story behind it, often linked to a specific place.