A 5-Ingredient Dish to Make Dinner Simple

Simple Chickpea Dinner

Serve this super simple tasty dish as an addition to a healthy meal, or even as a meal by itself. The chickpeas are a good source of plant-based protein as well as a source of iron, folate, potassium, and fiber. When paired with the garlic, tomatoes and spinach, the garbanzo beans are tasty and flavorful.

A Honey Sesame Salad Dressing So Good You’ll be Licking the Bowl

Honey Sesame Salad Dressing

I don’t know why, but I always found even the thought of making a homemade dressing daunting. When there’s an entire grocery aisle dedicated to salad dressing, why would I need to make my own?! But I was so wrong. This dressing is so good you will be licking the salad bowl, and dipping every last veggie you can find, into its creamy goodness.

Meatless Monday: Sweet Potato Chickpea Chili with Quinoa

Sweet Potato Chili

Sweet potatoes, chickpeas and quinoa are a few pantry staples for healthy eaters, and now’s your chance to enjoy them all at once! This Sweet Potato Chickpea Chili with Quinoa is a nutrient-dense, fiber-filled, delicious meal that will not only please many palates but it will make your entire home smell satisfyingly sweet.

Hummus: Your Healthy Holiday Survival Snack (+16 Ways to Eat It!)


Don’t let the holiday cocktail parties slow down your health goals. Hummus is a tasty and healthy option to serve or bring to your next holiday party, or to have any day of the week as a nutritious snack, spread, or dressing for a side dish. Get an easy recipe and find out it’s amazing benefits!

After School Snack: Rainbow Hummus

Rainbow Hummus

We love hummus! It’s packed with fiber, protein, calcium, magnesium and healthy fats. We pumped up our hummus even more with fresh veggies like carrots, beets, and asparagus – not only making it colorful but fun to eat! We created a Roasted Carrot, Beautiful Beet and Mellow Asparagus Hummus.

Seasonal: Lemony Bulgur Wheat with Romanesco & Savoy Cabbage

Lemon Bulgur Wheat Salad

I love lemon, so when I saw that this recipe called for lemon juice AND zest, I knew I would love it. The fresh flavor and smell brightens up pretty much every dish it’s in. And this was no exception– what could have been a bland version of bulgur and chickpeas became a bright, fresh and unique dish with the addition of lemon, olives and chopped dill.