[schema description]Need a spring-inspired treat that’s potluck ready? You’ll love these bars from the beautiful new cookbook More with Less: Whole Food Cooking Made Irresistibly Simple by Jodi Moreno. (Pick it up for clean eating inspiration in 10 ingredients or less!) The tender, gluten-free crust gets its hint of sweetness from maple syrup, and an ...
[schema description]Lemons get all the attention, but if you ask us, limes taste even more refreshing. That’s why we’re all about this Thai-style limeade. Infused with spicy ginger and subtle lemongrass, it’s practically bursting with the flavors of Southeast Asia. Surprise your guests with a glass this summer—they’ll be impressed by the twist.[/schema]
[schema description]As brightly colored as it is refreshing, this salad makes the most out of peppery spring watercress and watermelon radishes before the end of the season. Tangy sauerkraut, creamy avocado, and salty feta make the bowl hearty enough to enjoy as an entree, but it would also be lovely served alongside grilled meats.[/schema]
[schema description]At summer barbecues and backyard picnics, a bright shaved-fennel salad trumps goopy cole slaw any day. The freshness of the lemon tones down the anise flavor of the fennel, while parmesan adds savory saltiness. Pro tip: This dish pairs beautifully with grilled chicken kebabs! [/schema]
This recipe appears in the Thrive Market cookbook, Healthy Living Made Easy. Get your copy here, and find the ingredients in this shopping list. [schema description]You grill sausages, corn on the cob, and even pizza—so why not lettuce? If romaine hearts aren’t yet a part of your barbecue repertoire, they should be. The outer leaves soften ...
[schema description]These chicken kebabs get their vibrant color, bright flavor, and tender texture from a lemon-yogurt marinade infused with turmeric and garlic. If you have time, let the meat marinate up to 6 hours before grilling—trust us, the results will be worth it. Serve alongside a fresh fennel slaw for a refreshing summer meal.[/schema]
This recipe appears in the Thrive Market cookbook, Healthy Living Made Easy. Get your copy here, and find the ingredients in this shopping list. Walk down any street in East L.A. during the summer, and you’ll smell it: the sweet, charred aroma of elotes, grilled Mexican street corn topped with mayonnaise, melted butter, cheese, and cilantro. ...
[schema description]Wow your brunch guests with a stunning primavera quiche. Overflowing with a bounty of green spring vegetables, this savory tart relies on a gluten-free almond-thyme crust to bring all the flavors together. Bonus: Because the recipe doesn’t call for any gluten or dairy, it’s totally Paleo-friendly! [/schema]
[schema description]St. Patrick’s Day calls for a celebration of all things green—including refreshing veggie spring rolls! Full of bright herbs, crisp pea shoots, and creamy avocado, they make a wonderful light lunch or healthy appetizer.[/schema]
[schema description]If you have a hard time choosing between blueberry and poppyseed muffins at the bakery, you’re in luck: We’ve created the perfect hybrid—they’re gluten-free, Paleo-friendly, and ultra-moist to make mornings even sweeter.[/schema]
The year 2016 is here, and though “Hotline Bling,” Donald Trump, and the Paleo diet won’t be vanishing from the public consciousness anytime soon, there are a few things that should remain firmly in the past of 2015.
[schema description]Ice pops may be an iconic kids’ treat, but that doesn’t mean grown-ups can’t enjoy them, too. Here, we’ve added blueberries simmered with balsamic vinegar, honey, black pepper, and sea salt for a more adult take on the classic summer dessert.[/schema]
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