These bendy melt-in-your-mouth gems are an incredible gluten-free, dairy-free, and low-carb alternative to traditional chocolate chip cookies.
Assembled on two sheet pans to separate the meaty from the meatless, this easy-to-make dinner boasts veggies, sausage/vegan sausage, and gnocchi roasted to golden perfection.
Super creamy and gloriously cheesy, this classic baked mac and cheese boasts a golden bubbling lid with ooey gooey goodness underneath – and devout fans from around the world.
This rich, dark chocolate syrup is better than Hershey’s! With just 5 ingredients and 10 minutes, you’ll have your own homemade chocolate syrup. Recipe as written makes a nice dark chocolate version; add more sugar for a sweeter sauce.
Rich with with garlic, kalamata olives, and capers, this piquant, concentrated sauce is a serious fave around here. Serve with whatever pasta you happen to have on hand!
Oh goodness, a lot can change in a month, can’t it? I started the “10 Dinner Ideas” series earlier this year, thinking it’d be all about easy dinner recipes made with ingredients that are...
Only 5 ingredients! Roasting the carrots brings out their magical nuances; ginger adds a nice little kick. A quick puree in the blender and a finish of cream or coconut milk seals the deal.
This simple trail mix recipe hits all the right notes – sweet, salty, and satisfying.
Shredded carrots, rolled oats, and plenty of warm, cozy spices make up these tender-yet-hearty muffins. They’re like a hug in a muffin wrapper!
Only 6 simple ingredients and you have this rib-sticking vegetarian potato soup. It’s super creamy (no cream or roux necessary) and comforting – yet SO easy to make!
Got asparagus? (Lucky!) Here are three ways to make the magic happen: Roast it in the oven, char it on the grill, or blanch it on the stovetop. Whichever way you choose, it’s easy and tasty as heck.
Sweet potatoes, peanut butter, spinach, cumin … the comforting combo results in the heartiest, most flavorful vegan stew around.