This dish can be served hot as a breakfast item or as a dessert.Read on!
Steel-cut oats, which are denser and take longer to cook than rolled oats, give these bars a hearty, chewy texture. I recommend cooking and chilling the oatmeal the night before you want to make Banana-Pecan Bars for breakfast.Read on!
This delicious breakfast is quick and easy to make and provides all of the heart-healthy benefits of oats without any of the artificial ingredients or sugar found in refined cereals. I suggest a few flavorful variations, but it’s easy to create your own.Read on!
The tropical flavor of this smoothie reminds me of a white sandy beach on a sunny day. What a great way to start the day!Read on!
The first time I tried this recipe, I thought the kale would overpower the other ingredients and give the smoothie a bitter taste. That’s not how it turned out, however. This smoothie has a sweet and pleasant flavor.Read on!
Rolling these melt-in-your-mouth wonders in toasted coconut isn’t absolutely necessary, but it creates a nice visual effect. Bet you can’t eat just one!Read on!
It’s best to eat all of this splendid dessert as soon as it’s made, as putting it the freezer will turn it rock hard.Read on!
Use this sweet spread the same way you would use apple butter. It pairs well with sliced apples or pineapple wedges and is great smeared on rice cakes.Read on!
Forbidden black rice got its name because it was once reserved only for Chinese emperors, thus making it forbidden for everyone else. You can substitute another rice in this recipe, but you’ll be missing the luscious deep-purple color of the forbidden rice. The multiple layers of coconut flavor make this dessert very rich, creamy, and tasty.Read on!
Who doesn’t love truffles!Read on!
Although vanilla beans can be expensive, their tiny black seeds give this dish a stunning appearance.Read on!
The cooked crêpes will have a browned side and a lighter side. Use that to create an eye-catching color contrast when you serve them.Read on!
I was trying to come up with a healthy alternative to green goddess dressing, and kelp powder seemed like the perfect replacement for oily, salty anchovies. It has a dark forest-green color and a naturally salty taste.Read on!
The burgundy-red color of this dressing along with its playful sweet-and-sour profile will give any salad great visual contrast and flavor.Read on!