The sun is up, and the Lord’s love is showering upon you. Why not start with breakfast? Sunrise quinoa is bright, slightly sweet, and substantial enough to energize you until lunchtime.
Hey kids and teens: Want to do something nice—I mean, really nice—for your Mom on Mother’s Day? Here’s an idea. Treat her to a healthy snack: No-Bake Carrot-Apple Breakfast Bars.
Ladies, because each of you is a jewel in God’s crown, may I present Jeweled Beet Salad? It is a luxurious melding of earthy beets and cardamom, brightened and sweetened with fresh orange.
Enter the comfort of hot cacao. Little sip by little sip, I allow its luxurious
goodness to coat my mouth. Aromas of cacao and vanilla, laced with pure maple
syrup for sweetness, waft into my sinuses. Pure heaven.
We a pumpkin-crazy society! Fall nips at the air, we reach for sweaters, and then…bam! We begin to crave pumpkin! We’re out of our gourds for pumpkin—a member of the flowering plant family that also includes cucumbers, melons, squashes, and gourds. Grocery store shelves are stocked with pumpkin spiced coffee, pumpkin corn chips, pumpkin muffins,
While gardens and farm stands are running over with produce, try this summer stew. It is chock full of tomatoes, zucchini, and eggplant–wrapped in a fragrant bouquet of olive oil, garlic, and herbs.
The thermometer outside reads 92 degrees, and it’s only mid-morning. When the temperature soars this high, it’s essential to stay hydrated. Enter mint. These mint-inspired recipes will leave you cool and refreshed!
Why dash into the house to steam broccoli or roast potatoes to accompany that meat or fish on your grill? Plenty of summer salads and side dishes start on the grill. This one features crunchy jicama, red cabbage, and sweet pineapple in a light cilantro-lime dressing.
Springtime is asparagus time! Magically, the bright green spears appear from under moist, dark soil. This recipe features earthy asparagus paired with sesame undertones and a hint of lemon. Refrigerating the silky blend allows each subtle flavor to make its statement.
Eat your carrots, folks! They are cheap, convenient, tasty, and healthy. The recipe below is a great lunch side dish, after-school snack, or breakfast treat. It can satisfy cravings for both crunchy and sweet. Kids can even learn to make this “no cook” salad.