A 5-Ingredient Dish to Make Dinner Simple

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

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 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

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

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.