Summer is prime time for impromptu parties, and we know the last thing you want to do on a hot day is get stuck in the kitchen. That’s why we’ve rounded up six super easy, pantry-friendly recipes to make entertaining a breeze.
[schema description]When afternoon cravings hit, it’s easy to reach for chips, candy, or anything that’s bagged and ready to go. The problem with such quick-fix snacks is that they relieve hunger only temporarily; they’re not usually filled with enough good stuff to keep you full until dinner. This hummus is made with garbanzo beans (for ...
Packing a lunch can make a big difference in your health. Here’s how to make it easy!
If you’re new to healthy cooking, it can be a little intimidating—especially when you might be missing an ingredient and need to improvise. The key is stocking your pantry with nutritious and versatile staples.
[schema description]Make falafel the star of your next meal! Serve in pita sandwiches stuffed with cucumber, tomatoes, and hummus, or on a salad with crisp lettuce, mint, yogurt, and a drizzle of harissa. Our falafel is rich in protein from chickpeas and almond flour, and tahini is loaded with B vitamins, calcium, and zinc.[/schema]
[schema description]For a new take on traditional hummus, swap out chickpeas for almonds soaked in water overnight. Don’t worry about it tasting too much like almond butter—olive oil, tahini, garlic, and fresh sage add plenty of savory flavor. [/schema]
[schema description]This savory pumpkin hummus works wonderfully as a seasonal dip, or as the centerpiece of a fresh vegetable lunch bowl.[/schema]
[schema description]You’ll never guess the secret to the creaminess of this unique hummus: cauliflower. Here, it replaces chickpeas to give the dip a light, smooth texture.[/schema]
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