Become a healthy eating connoisseur with food & drink recipes for any palate, including vegetarians.
Thu, Aug 21, 2014 4:29 PM
Experts say there's no need to panic. There's plenty of the hazelnut-chocolate spread for everyone.
This fig dish can be served as breakfast or dessert.
If you think of lentils as just a rather bland addition to soups and stews, are you in for a treat! Not only are lentils a powerhouse of nutrition, but they have nearly limitless possibility for delicious dishes from burgers to salads.
The oats in this recipe can easily be swapped with quinoa flakes if you can't put your hands on gluten-free oats.
You'll need to spend some time in the kitchen prepping these treats, but it's worth the effort.
This recipe is as guilt-free as you can possibly get for a sweet bread.
The pecans add a little something special to the trusted flavor duo of cranberry and orange.
Did you pick up too much fruit at the market? Why not turn them into flavorful tartlets?
These vegan and gluten-free bars are filled with protein, slow-burning carbs, and healthy fats to keep you full for hours.
This recipe is every bit as decadent and delicious, and yet not nearly as indulgent, as traditional chocolate mousse.
Vegan quick breads have all the moist fluffiness and sweet flavor of old-fashioned recipes, with a fraction of the fat and refined sugars.
What better way to compliment your vegan chocolate than with a delicious vegan cookie?
These cookies are even tastier a few days after baking, making them a great gift for the holidays.
This guilt-free indulgence is a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth and your nutritional needs.
These vegan cupcakes can also be made gluten-free with a quick substitution.
Low in alcohol and soft on bubbles, this crisp white wine is full of “Lively Kisses.”
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