Raw Cinnamon Buns with Cashew-Coconut Icing

Raw Cinnamon Buns with Cashew-Coconut Icing

Fresh-from-the-oven, sweet cinnamon roll flavor is wrapped up in these little buns, drizzled with a gooey icing made without the artificial yum-inducers found in the mall food-court kind. Just whiz together the ingredients in your food processor and ...
Baked Chicken with Figs & Honey

Baked Chicken with Figs & Honey

You’ve probably eaten them dried, or maybe even candied. But fresh is the best way to enjoy figs, a slightly sweet and juicy fruit with a light, summery taste somewhat like peaches and strawberries combined. Here they’re paired with honey and a splas ...
Garam Masala-Spiced Cookies

Garam Masala-Spiced Cookies

Garam masala: what’s that? In Hindi, “garam” means hot and “masala” means spices. Typically, this Indian mix of spices features cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, peppercorns and turmeric. With that kind of combo, you know this cookie recipe is going to off ...
Vegetarian Baked Stuffed Mushrooms

Vegetarian Baked Stuffed Mushrooms

Ever feel as if a certain food symbolizes holidays? For me, that’s true of mouth-watering stuffed mushrooms. There’s something about those herb-rich, perfectly chewy, fragrant appetizers that make me feel like celebrating. This recipe sho ...
Spinach Pesto Black Bean Spaghetti

Spinach Pesto Black Bean Spaghetti

You’ve probably seen vegetable-based noodles making the rounds – zucchini ribbons, spaghetti squash spaghetti and so on. These are certainly diet-friendly alternatives to what your mom used to make. But when it comes to sports fuel, nothing beats bla ...
Flax-Powered Very Berry Oatmeal

Flax-Powered Very Berry Oatmeal

Dieting involves a lot of guesswork: how big is a serving, when’s the best time to eat, what foods are off limits? Having a go-to, healthy meal that you know is good for you and is easy to prepare can be a real relief. Here’s one to add to your break ...
Blueberry-Cilantro Infused Ice Cubes

Blueberry-Cilantro Infused Ice Cubes

Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate. You know the drill: eight glasses of water a day keeps the thirsties away (and your entire body running smoothly). But by glass three or four, your taste buds start to crave more. Make every sip satisfying with the addition ...