You could make these cute little nests with another spiralized vegetable, but zucchini is our favorite.
You wake up late and realize there’s no time for a morning meal.
The best breakfasts are the ones that practically make themselves. (It doesn’t hurt when they’re packed with fiber and protein, too.)
You’ve had the tomato-based version of this Middle Eastern dish; now try it with spinach and jalapeño.
It’s ready in 25 minutes and looks super impressive. How’s that for a healthy brunch recipe?
This grain-free version—made with all sorts of seeds and nuts—is tastier and healthier, and not just sugar cereal masquerading as hippie food.