Since cauliflower gnocchi hit the shelves of Trader Joe’s nearly 3 years ago, it has become a freezer staple. Compared to the traditional potato gnocchi, the cauliflower version is lower in carbs and higher in fiber. And, because it’s also gluten-free and dairy-free, it’s compliant with certain diets, like Whole30. The real question is not whether or not you should keep a bag on hand, but rather, what’s the best way to cook cauliflower gnocchi?
The Instant Pot is synonymous with easy, weeknight meals. This kitchen MVP allows you to get dinner on the table in less than an hour, with the absolute minimum fuss and clean-up. In case you’re looking for inspiration, we’ve rounded up the Instant Pot meals we’re making on repeat right now. They’re hearty, wholesome, and super-delicious.
You could think of Whole30 as a tough month of eliminating and limiting foods — or you could consider it a challenge in which you take real, whole foods and transform them into super-delicious meals that love you back. We choose the latter. Here are some of our favorite meals that you’ll crave even after your Whole30 month is done.
Dinner has never been easier than with these sheet pan meals. Filled with fresh vegetables and packed with your favorite proteins, this one pot method lets your creativity soar and makes clean up a breeze.
Have you fallen for the air fryer yet? If you’ve been thinking about this kitchen appliance as a countertop convection oven — you’re pretty much right. And that’s where all its convenience lies.
On those days when you’re trying to get something healthy, but still cozy on the table, just remember you’re just a timer away. From a saucy sesame chicken dish to a restorative soup, these healthy slow cooker recipes are the inspiration we all need right now.
Set yourself up for success by starting your morning with a balanced breakfast. Including complex carbohydrates like beans, fibrous vegetables, and whole grains in your breakfast menu will provide your body with the fuel it needs to get through the day.
So long are the day of dry and bland chicken breasts. This poultry packs a bunch of lean protein (35g in 4 oz.) and can take on many cooking techniques and a world of flavors.
Sweet or Savory? The age old breakfast debate. For those who aren’t 100% sold on team sweet, we have some quick and clean morning meals that are low on the sugar but high on the health!
Cauliflower rice has been all the rage in recent years and for a great reason — it’s chameleon of a vegetable — pairing well with a variety of flavors. It also happens to be one of the most popular grain-free alternatives to regular rice making it a staple in many kitchen today.
Overnight oats are all the rage these days and we know why: They’re perfect for a quick breakfast, super for a healthy snack on-the-go, or even a great sweet evening delight. These ideas are easy-to-make and packed with all your favorite fruits. Here are five to try.