French Fries remain a favorite at our house. We went from deep fried to baked without skipping a beat–still delicious and easy to make. Here is a simple recipe you can tweak to suit yourself, even using sweet potatoes.
Minestrone has always been a favorite soup, especially with some whole-wheat bread sticks. Add a nice big salad and you have an easy, delightful, nutritious meal.
This spinach-basil pesto uses green ripe olives in place of the oil that you find in most recipes. It is delicious on pasta, new boiled potatoes or added to marinara or pizza. It only takes minutes to make and leftovers freeze well.
The healthful ingredients in these plant-based patties are a good alternative to the highly refined ones at the grocers made with soy protein isolate or concentrate. These freeze very well, so make an extra batch to grab for a quick breakfast.
These easily made multi-grain buttermilk-like pancakes are a delectable morning treat. Great for company or a fun family breakfast.
This basic muesli makes a lovely quick breakfast with all the components of granola minus the work.
This is an easy one-dish meal which works great for entertaining. It can be assembled a day or two in advance and refrigerated until ready to bake.
If you are looking for a delectable treat with way less fat (olive oil, not butter) and less than half the sugar, you just found one! This cookie is high in protein, has great texture, and I bet you can’t eat just one!
Rice is such a great staple and can be used in and with so many recipes. You may have a rice cooker, but for those who do not, here are some tips for cooking up this delicious grain. Our favorite whole grain is Basmati brown rice with its aromatic flavor.