These SWEET chickpea-based dips (aka “hummus”) will not only provide excellent protein and minerals, but will delight the tastebuds of pretty much anyone, making them perfect for dipping with apples, bananas, or strawberries and are lovely as an appetizer for holiday get-togethers, an after-school snack, or a healthy school lunch.
Dosas are a lentil-based wrap-style flatbread that is delicious whether you’re scooping up curried potatoes or munching on it all alone. It’s an excellent bread substitute in a gluten-free diet as well!
Caramelized Apple Slow Cooker Oatmeal is a delicious way to have a nourishing meal ready on busy mornings or to teach your kids how to make breakfast by themselves.
Homemade Cheerios are healthier than the commercial version and easy to make! This informative article includes two recipes and more information than you can shake a toy at.
Cranberry coffee cake is a lovely seasonal treat – be it for an excuse to sit with a cup of coffee in the afternoon or for a sweet treat for Sunday morning.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sourdough Pancakes are a yummy twist on the classic sandwich – made even yummier with tangy sourdough!
Hummus is the perfect hot weather food and is a great snack for the whole family.
The hamburger and hot dog buns have a well-developed crumb, a soft and tender texture, and when toasted, help elevate any burger or brat to swoon-worthy status.
Making bread pudding in the slow cooker makes serving up hearty comfort food an absolute cinch. Whether it’s sweet or savory, it’s for breakfast, dessert, or anytime!
Sourdough English muffins are the easiest sourdough project I’ve found yet! They require no oven, are especially yummy when toasted, and are a new favorite at our Saturday brunch table.
This scrumptious sourdough carrot cake is moist, just slightly sweet, and very celebratory. The sourdough makes the flour more easily digestible without any sour taste.
Lentils may seem bland and boring to some, but they are a nutritional powerhouse and incredibly frugal to boot. These 25 ways to use lentils are sure to turn even the most skeptical critic into a fan!
Make red velvet cupcakes for Valentine’s Day – with a hidden ingredient, of course!
A more nourishing version of Dutch oliebollen, the treat no New Year’s celebration should be without!
These healthy holiday recipes will give nourishment and inspiration as you gather with family and friends to celebrate the best reasons for the season.
Pumpkin Pie Pancakes are what happens when pancakes meet pumpkin pie – warm spices, custard-y goodness, and of course, plenty of autumnal pumpkin. These simple cakes are sure to be a new favorite in your home.
Kids are natural cooks, and despite the mess it may cause, these Apple & Oatmeal Crumble Bars are simple enough that most 8-12 year olds will be able to make them by themselves.
Whole grain crepes are a versatile canvas for breakfast, dinner, or dessert. Need ideas? Try these topped with bananas, bacon, or chocolate.
Egyptian dukkah shines as a tasty snack kids love, a frugal pre-dinner appetizer, and a spice mix for your favorite entrees.
Ground lamb and quinoa pair up for a simple, quick meal that is sure to please.
Ah, the Reuben. Corned beef, sauerkraut, and cheese grilled on sourdough rye bread. Every ingredient is cultured or fermented and teeming with good-for-you bacteria. No wonder this sandwich feels good for the soul as well as the body.
Making a large batch refried beans in the slow cooker is easy, frugal, and allows you to freeze portions for future meals.
These homemade flour tortillas are soft and melt in your mouth and are a regular staple on our table with tacos and fajitas. They work beautifully for gyros too!
Good cake is simple and nourishing for both body and soul. This cake with vitamin-rich pumpkin and topped with cream satisfies deeply at this time of year.