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If you have trouble making time for a healthy breakfast in the morning, overnight breakfast-in-a-jar recipes might be the answer. They're easy to make and great on-the-go. This particular recipe comes from The Kitchn. It’s creamy, nutty, and filling — with just the right amount of sweet and spice, thanks to the maple syrup and cardamom. The flavor is delicious and, because the ingredients are blended together, it has a rich, smooth texture. (more…)

This classic recipe is the perfect, minimal-effort side dish for your next dinner, holiday party, or potluck. Just toss the sprouts in a little oil, salt, and pepper, and roast until pleasantly crispy and aromatic; serve with toothpicks or appetizer forks. You can steam or even boil Brussels sprouts, but they may develop a bitter, sulfurous flavor if overcooked. Roast them only until they’re lightly toasted and some of the leaves have curled back and turned dark brown. This brings out the complex, savory flavors that make Brussels sprouts truly […]

The traditional green bean casserole has become an uninspired, uneaten dish at many a holiday gathering. Mix things up with this fresh green bean salad from Brooklyn Supper. This is a great side dish to make ahead of time because it needs to marinate in the dressing. The basil, garlic, and balsamic vinaigrette make this a wonderfully aromatic salad that will keep for about 2 days. (more…)

I hate to be a spoilsport but you know those little pudding cups that are a popular item in kids' lunches? They’re not much more than neatly-packaged doses of refined sugar, dairy milk, and processed oil — not the best choice if you're following or trying to instill healthy eating habits. Instead, consider trying this vegan chocolate pudding recipe I found on Oh She Glows. With a fruit-filled avocado, almond butter, and banana base, and no added sugar, it’s a healthy, nourishing, and delicious snack. (more…)

If you’ve scrolled through your social media in the last year, you’ve probably come across a slew of veggie-filled dishes called “Buddha bowls.” They are usually deep, round bowls filled with healthy cooked and raw vegan ingredients that fill you up and keep you sustained for hours. The easiest way to throw these bowls together is to prepare a few different ingredients one evening during the week, particularly the cooked ingredients, and use them to make quick and fresh meals throughout the week. (more…)

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