Vegan snacks so tasty that you don't need to be vegan to like them. Plant based deliciousness for all!
Celebrate Easter with these delicious make-ahead and easy recipes so that you can eat well without cooking all day.
Homemade sticky rolls are glorious—and a lot of work. This baking hack makes use of store-bought puff pastry to make delicious sticky buns in less than half the time.
You know what they say about the best way to your kids' hearts: Fancy pancakes! This easy how-to is perfect for Valentine's Day and pretty much every weekend all year long.
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.
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.
Back-to-school means more than school lunch. Make sure the kids get a healthy start even on the busiest mornings with my favorite quick, healthy breakfast recipes.
Whether yours is a family contenting with nut allergies or just looking for a nutritious swap for your staple peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, sunflower seed butter is a life saver.
The incredible creaminess and blend of warm spices in this smoothie will make you weak in the knees.
This chia pudding recipe is a breeze to make. It's refreshing, high in protein, and can be flavored any which way. Oh yea, and it tastes good.
It's so cliche, but I really do love a good brunch with sweets and treats on Mother's Day. Dinner's great and lunch is nice, but brunch and dessert win this game. Especially if you can manage to pull them together into one meal. These are my favorite sweets and treats for Mother's Day. Any of them sound good to you, too? If they do, pass them on: I picked easy recipes that your loved ones can make for you even if they aren't pros in the kitchen. You deserve a day off unless, of course, getting in the kitchen makes you happy. Then cook away, mama, cook away. (more after the jump)
I've been feeling bad about not coming around here as much these days, so I brought you some delicious Banana Coconut Bread. Have a slice and forgive me? It's not that I don't want to hang out with you guys. I do. Badly! But I'm working on a few things that I hope you'll be excited about, too, and I'm working hard. Isn't it annoying when someone says something like that and then follows up with, "I can't share details yet," but I really can't. Soon, though. Very soon. In the meantime, how's that Banana Coconut Bread? Delicious, right? (more after the jump)
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)