Are you making a New Year’s resolution to eat healthier while staying gluten-free? This healthy lunch idea comes from Alice Bast, Founder and President of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA). The citrus in the grapefruit and homemade dressing can help you feel light and bright, even on a dreary winter day.
Got the boring salad blues? Put down your fork and back away from that bowl of iceberg lettuce… and the bottle of bland dressing.
We’ve compiled this handy list of six simple ways to help you spruce up your salad – so your lettuce will never go lonely again!
Once banished to novelty-shaped clay planters, chia seeds are making a comeback. But this time, they’re being used in the kitchen!
Chia seeds make a great addition to your favorite recipes, especially since they’re packed will filling fiber and nutritious omega-3s. Not sure how to cook with this superfood? Check out these easy chia recipes:
Potatoes aren’t just for baking or mashing; they work well in a salad, too. This gluten-free recipe combines fresh and sweet flavors with the hearty bite of red potatoes. It’s served warm – perfect for a cool fall day!
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It’s fall, which means you can’t turn a corner without seeing pumpkins – both fresh and canned. But aside from carving a scary face and baking up a delicious pie, what else can you do with this bulbous, bright orange vegetable? Glad you asked.
Ripe heirloom and cherry tomatoes and smooth, diced avocado are tossed with fresh orange juice and sea salt in this colorful, flavorful gluten-free and vegan salad from Amie Valpone.
Kale, both the curly and flat-leaf or the dinosaur varieties, is one of the greatest leafy green vegetables. Belonging to the same family as cabbage, collard greens and Brussels sprouts, kale is loaded with nutrition, and it makes the perfect addition to a wide variety of dishes, especially those containing robust meats or spicy flavors.
Most of the time, kale is enjoyed cooked. But in this recipe for Rubbed Kale Salad, raw, tenderized greens are combined with buttery avocado, sweet bell peppers, carrots and crunchy, toasted almonds. It’s the perfect side dish for a Labor Day gathering—and can be prepared in advance for a stress-free holiday side dish.
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