This fun twist to Family Pizza Night is perfect for leftover lunch the next day, too. Easy to assemble and quick to cook, make a bunch and have pizza quesadillas ready all week long.
These apple pancakes are a delicious way to wake up on the weekends! Easily substitute any flour you have on hand and replace milk with coconut milk or almond milk for dairy-free.
If you have brown bananas that need to be magically turned into something delicious, these Banana Bread Energy Bites are the perfect alternative to your basic banana bread.
In this "semi homemade" lunchtime recipe, simply grab plain cream cheese and, using any leftover veggies you have in your fridge (and a little extra spice and flavor), add a little plant-power to your bagel today.
Turn your morning into fiesta-time with our Breakfast Burrito. Check your pantry for staples like rice, beans, salsa and spices and even add leftover proteins from previous meals (chicken, ground beef, etc) to mix it up.
A delicious way to enjoy this simple recipe is to toast a slice of your favorite bread (or waffle), spread a thin layer of cream cheese and top with your homemade jam. It's like eating blueberry cheesecake for breakfast.
Making dumplings is a fun and simple way to eat your veggies. You can easily substitute frozen peas for the edamame in this recipe and can add your own twist to our dipping sauce.
A creamy, chocolatey peanut butter cup is a dessert favorite for many adults and kids alike. Our healthy Creamy Peanut Butter Cup recipe uses coconut oil, local honey and coarse sea salt for a perfect dairy-free, gluten-free sweet treat.
Outdoor cooking is a great way to get outside when the weather is beautiful and the days are longer. Use your grill exclusively for these Grilled Steak Fajitas and choose your favorite prepared salsa to simply add before serving. Plan ahead tip: marinating the steak for 24 hours will increase tenderness.
Grab your chopsticks and your favorite veggies and whip up this quick Weeknight Stir Fry (don't forget the special sauce!).