Citrus Maca Mousse Trifle

Citrus Maca Mousse Trifle

Coffee doesn’t always do the trick. When your java isn’t jolting you, it’s probably because your body is screaming for real fuel. Reclaim your mornings (or afternoons) with food that satisfies and sustains you, like this maca mousse trifle. Also know ...
Satsuma Fudge Cheesecake

Satsuma Fudge Cheesecake

If there’s one good thing about colder months it’s citrus. While you’re used to seeing navel oranges and tangerines, satsumas should be getting an equal share in your favorite fare. This small, delicate fruit is typically seedless, always juicy and n ...
Two-Bean Sweet Potato & Chicken Crockpot Chili

Two-Bean Sweet Potato & Chicken Crockpot Chili

Dried beans have so much appeal—they’re inexpensive, store easily and last an exceptionally long time on a pantry shelf. The only drawback is in their prep, as some need to be soaked overnight (a process that not only helps them to cook more evenly a ...
Strawberry & Walnut Banana Bread

Strawberry & Walnut Banana Bread

One banana, two banana, three nuts and more! Preparing warm, moist banana bread is so easy a monkey could do it. Making it taste way above average, however, is a little more involved – as in more fruit and nuts. In this recipe, you’ll add various nut ...
Gluten-Free Baked Herbed Falafel

Gluten-Free Baked Herbed Falafel

Flavors inspired by Middle Eastern cuisine are some of my favorites. Foods like tahini, cumin, lemon and chickpeas crowd my cupboards. And why shouldn’t they, with their multitude of health benefits and bold, scintillating tastes? Chickpeas, in ...
10-Minute Spicy Baked Radish Chips

10-Minute Spicy Baked Radish Chips

It’s music to your ears: pop a chip into your mouth and crunch, crunch, crunch. Potato, corn, even kale—as long as it’s crisp, you’ll take any chip. So why not fill your bowl with something outside the usual store-bought bag? Sliced thin and sprinkle ...