We all want to eat foods that are healthy. But it can be hard to nail down which ones actually are. “Avoid sugar, but eat plenty of fruit” and “Cut out grains — but make sure you’re getting fiber!” are just a few of the confusing messages we receive.
The last—and we mean last—thing you need after tackling your to-do list and making dinner on a typical weekday is a sink full of dishes. We’re right there with you. So we gathered up some favorite easy vegetarian dinners you can make in one vessel, be it baking sheet, skillet, pot, what have you, so you can eat, clean up and get busy relaxing for the rest of the night.
Lamb doesn’t get much play in the U.S., but we think it’s time to add it to your dinner rotation.
Sprightly with caramelized onions and grapefruit, this salad will make a perfect meal with a sprouted grain bread, or a great side salad.
4 classic breakfasts get a healthy makeover
Breakfast seems to be the hardest meal for many to crack. We’re usually pressed for time, eating on the go, and relying on something out of a box or microwave.
A cool no-fuss feast for late summer
We know what you’re thinking: It’s hot. You’re sick of watching what you eat so you can look great in that swimsuit or Athleta yoga pant.
Although it’s served warm, this easy quinoa dish is meant to be enjoyed as you’d eat a cold breakfast cereal—pour on the milk, top with fresh fruit and perhaps a little sweetener, and dig in. You can add flavors to the quinoa, such as orange zest, sliced fresh ginger, vanilla extract, cacao powder, nut butter, or dried fruits, such as currants, raisins, or chopped dried apple. You can also sprinkle in toppings such as chopped toasted nuts, toasted seeds, coconut flakes, or cacao nibs Whatever add-ins you use, this recipe is simple, satisfying, and devoid of all those sugars, additives, and preservatives.