This seasonal salad is bright, crunchy, and energizing. The lemon tofu bits and edamame make it filling enough to be its own stand-alone dish, and the tangy vinaigrette is so refreshing! I love how this salad plays with textures and flavors like creamy avocado, crunchy and peppery radish, fresh mint, and citrus. Every bite is a joy for your taste buds.
This Strawberry Basil Baked Brie is a delicious appetizer made with just a handful of ingredients. It’s great for spring entertaining!
Loaded baked potatoes are often heavy (hence the name loaded!) and full of things like cheese, sour cream, and bacon. Not these Plant-Based Loaded Baked Potatoes! No, ma’am. These are full of veggie toppings, including a
Nonna is a word used in Italian families for grandma. Now, I don’t have a Nonna, but if I did, I’d call this Gluten-Free Baked Spaghetti recipe Nonna’s Baked Spaghetti instead. Why? Because this is something comforting and delicious, like my friend’s Nonna makes and like I imagine
These Pesto Baked Chicken Wings are a healthier alternative to fried chicken wings and they are excellent to serve for Super Bowl.
If you were wondering when I was going to do a pumpkin recipe this month, well, wonder no more! These Gluten-Free Baked Pumpkin Spice Doughnuts are my first pumpkin recipe of the season, and they couldn’t be simpler. If you’re intimidated by the idea of