This healthy frittata is packed with chorizo and sweet potato, then topped off with buttery Manchego cheese. Serve warm with avocado or fresh salsa for a satisfying breakfast or lunch.
Fresh figs star in this simple recipe for toast that’s perfect for breakfast or an afternoon snack.
This lemon zucchini bread is sweet enough to serve for dessert, but has ingredients you can feel good about. Almond flour, coconut sugar, honey and Greek yogurt make for a lightened-up version of a summer favorite.
This sweet cherry galette has a savory twist thanks to the addition of woodsy rosemary and tangy goat cheese. It’s a sophisticated dessert that home cooks of all skill levels can conquer.
The key to these fluffy pancakes is the addition of old-fashioned oats, which also kicks up the nutritional stats on this breakfast favorite.
This granola is inspired by the classic combination of peanut butter and jelly. It’s sweetened using honey instead of refined sugar, making for a delicious batch of granola that’s healthier than what you’ll find at most grocery stores.
These healthy whole wheat waffles are made with coconut oil and sweetened slightly with pure maple syrup. Topped with fruit, yogurt or almond butter, they make for a healthy breakfast that will fuel you through your day.
This banana bread is perfectly moist, thanks to the addition of almond butter and Greek yogurt. It’s sweetened with honey instead of sugar, resulting in a healthier version of the classic treat.
This recipe roundup features delicious ideas for Christmas morning that can be made ahead of time. That means less time in the kitchen on the holiday and more time with family!
This smoothie bowl combines the sweetness of strawberries, banana and peanut butter for a delicious breakfast or post-workout treat. Add a scoop of protein powder to kick the nutritional stats up a notch! Happy Monday, friends! How was your weekend? Ours contained the perfect balance of productivity and fun. We walked […]
These flaky scones feature two of summer’s best ingredients: fresh basil and tomatoes. They’re perfect for a leisurely weekend brunch and easy to grab on your way out the door throughout the week.
This protein-packed granola contains far less sugar than store-bought versions, but tastes just as good.