The original skinny snack dip! Learn how to make my favorite pico de gallo recipe, plus 2 variations that will have you skinny dipping all the time. Heh.
A Taco Salad that will have the kids eating, well, salad! And if not, it's super easy to turn the components into a meal for picky eaters. One dinner for all!
Making smoothies is easy, but not always busy-weekday-mornings-easy. These Make-Ahead Smoothie Packs are a game changer that change that and make smoothies possible no matter what.
What do you get when you combine delicious meatballs, healthy greens, hearty beans, and your slow cooker? A dinner-worthy soup that practically cooks itself.
Mouthwatering Italian Meatballs that taste like they were made by an Italian grandma, but come together in a fraction of the time that real Italian grandmas put into theirs.
A foolproof guide on how to roast vegetables perfectly, deliciously.
Maple Harvest Mousse: Surprise everyone with a light and healthy holiday dessert made with squash. Or don't surprise them at all by keeping the squash thing a secret.
These Vegetable Fajitas from Make It Easy are a vegetarian one-pan meal that will satisfy even the meat-eaters (and picky ones) in your family. Promise.
There's no more perfect breakfast, snack, or lunch food than a boiled egg that's been cooked correctly. Learn how once and for all. It's easy.
The incredible creaminess and blend of warm spices in this smoothie will make you weak in the knees.
This creamy (and low-calorie!) dip is made just like hummus, but uses hearts of palm instead of chickpeas. It's light, refreshing, and perfect for summer!
This is one of my favorite breakfast recipes. It might even be one of my favorite One Hungry Mama recipes ever. It's a beautiful thing when a handful of humble ingredients come together quickly to make something delicious and elegant. And that's exactly what happens with this Berry Almond Breakfast Polenta. One of the things that I love most about polenta is that, despite being nothing more than cornmeal, it feels luxurious. Compared to its down-home American counterpart, oatmeal, polenta is down-right elegant. But don't let that fool you into thinking that it's hard to make or should be kept only as a decadent treat. You can make this quick breakfast just as easily on a rushed weekday morning as you can for a Sunday brunch with friends (who will think you're very fancy). (More after the jump)
A gorgeous salad for spring and summer that pairs an Avocado Tarragon Dressing with sprimp and pineapple for tropical south Asian flavors.
I don't know if you've noticed that I haven't been posting many pasta recipes lately. See, I have this problem. It's a pasta problem: Once I start eating it, I cannot stop—especially if it's tossed in a rich tomato sauce or creamy sauce with cheese. So, even though my family loves pasta—like loves it—they have been suffering from not-enough-pasta syndrome. I got complaints. Saw signs of withdrawal. And have even watched them wolf down an excess of pasta while at restaurants where, finally, it was available to them. I was depriving them and, honestly, myself, and have decided that it's time to deal with my pasta problem. You probably thinks that means I'm ready to work on some willpower. Well, you're wrong. At least that's not my immediate plan. Right now, I've decided to think of ways to lighten up my favorite classic pastas like this "skinny" Fettucini Alfredo. Someone on my One Hungry Mama YouTube channel asked me to share more pasta recipes (doh!) and it was the perfect time to come clean about my problem and share this recipe. Because if I can help just one other person who has a pasta problem too, it's all worth it. (more after the jump)