Apples, walnuts, arugula, and hot mango chutney come together in this grilled cheese sandwich.
Avoid the holiday grub with this wintry pasta dish.
If you're looking for a sweet and indulgent grilled cheese, this is it.
Make this traditional dish for your family before the Festival of Lights ends.
Celebrate Hanukkah with this brunch recipe that uses leftover latkes.
Roast these sweet and smoky almonds this year for your holiday party.
Opt for something a bit more potent during this year's Festival of Lights.
Tomatoes and a balsamic glaze cap off this delicious healthy dish.
This low fat, but hearty fish dish is packed with citrus juices and shallots.
This curry dish is so spicy it'll clear out your sinuses.
This easy recipe is likely to please any dinner guests you may have this winter.
Sweet potato, pumpkin, and twice-baked acorn squash are stuffed into these colorful shells.
Serve up these protein-packed burgers all winter long.
Smoked salmon, avocado, and poached eggs come together in this brunch recipe.
Almond milk and real pumpkin puree help make this milkshake stand out.
A chocolate graham cracker crust and honey separate this pumpkin pie from the bunch.
Give your guests something to be thankful for next week.
Serve this sweet and tart dessert this Thanksgiving.
Adults can eat chicken tenders, too.
Learn to make cashew chicken at home and skip the take out.
Caramelized onion and pepper come together in this roasted vegetable dish.
Have you noticed how much we like soup?
These meatballs will certainly get you into the holiday spirit.
More soup recipes will help get you in gear for the upcoming winter months.
Lentil soup with or without meat is a protein-packed meal.
Serve these soft and juicy pears over waffles or pancakes.
Celebrate Halloween with a particularly autumn-inspired risotto.
Bananas and almond milk come together in this nutritious and filling breakfast smoothie.
This recipe combines the tuna melt and the avocado toast into one epic sandwich.
This healthy stir fry is packed with greens and protein.
Grilled chicken and vegetable pasta come together in this quick dish.
Serve this big bowl of bruschetta at your next dinner party.
Almond milk, apple cider, and prune plums come together in this fall-inspired breakfast.
Serve this easy and light salad all year long.
This light and fruity cocktail certainly rivals the darker ones served in autumn.
Combine ground turkey, carrots, celery, and onions for these juicy homemade burgers.
Squash and eggplant come together in this healthy fall-inspired side dish.
Homemade habanero honey mustard goes great on a chicken sandwich.
Drink this tangy cocktail all winter long.
Garlic, rosemary, and lemon come together in this juicy fall chicken recipe.
Update your kugel recipe this fall with fresh fruit and nuts.
Fresh vegetables and soba noodles come together in this spicy shrimp dish.
Make healthier burritos at home to satisfy your cravings.
Bake a more guilt-free cake this fall.
Serve this creamy chicken dish on a bed of wilted arugula.
Homegrown peppers and tomatoes come together in this early fall dish.
This dish is great to serve at parties or on game day all season long.
Spicy, sweetened, and sauteed ingredients make a world of difference to couscous.
Bacon and rosemary come together in this goat cheese pasta dish.
Sunflower seeds and banana chips come together in this healthy update on granola.
Avocado adds a creamy texture to this simple pesto recipe.
These roasted vegetables are the perfect autumn side dish.
Upgrade your bourbon cocktails using homemade peach simple syrup.
Roast your next chicken using this late summer/early fall recipe.
This easy, four-ingredient recipe pairs well with cake, pie, and ice cream.
Serve this dip alongside veggie chips during your next dinner party.
Get healthy with this egg white-only brunch frittata.
This is not your grandma's egg salad.
Honey, lemon, and orange bitters join forces in this seasonal cocktail.
Citrus juices, roasted shallots, and rosemary come together in this fall-inspired dish.
Cayenne pepper and citrus peel come together in this late-summer recipe.
Maple syrup and jalapeno pepper jack cheese come together in this sandwich.
Avocado, eggs, and zavory pepper come together in this refreshing take on potato hash.
Avoid the humidity (and hurricanes) with this quinoa and shrimp dish.
Make Pinterest-worthy potatoes in just a few easy steps.
Make homemade chili lime butter using fresh hot peppers.
This versatile pasta recipe can be used for dinner or a side dish.
Serve up sweet and dense bread pudding this brunch.
Yellowfin tuna on the grill and summer vegetable fried rice make for the perfect August dinner.
A garden pepper and smoky dry seasoning come together in this simple summer recipe.
Use your leftover unused chicken in this hot bbq recipe.
Mustard and cream cheese separate these deviled eggs from the brunch bunch.
You'll need olive oil, basil, and garlic for this summer side dish.
This summery vodka cocktail will take you through the rest of the season.
Fresh garden vegetables heighten this shrimp dish.
Rosemary, pepper, and lemongrass season this healthy alternative to store-bought chips.
Easy summer dinner doesn't have to be grilled.
Caramelized onions, chicken sausage, and spinach come together in this brunch dish.
This party-sized salad includes a heap of summer vegetables.
Try this whiskey and lemon cocktail before summer's end.
Serve scallops and walnut pesto over whole wheat and spinach linguini.
Skip the store-bought breakfast sandwich and make one at home.
Your Monday on-the-go breakfast is easy as ever with this smoothie recipe.
Bake this dessert with better ingredients, starting with fresh local blueberries.
Go for a classic, but ditch the so-called "craft" whiskey.
Grilled figs are an unexpected match for citrusy grilled chicken breasts.
This light meal requires little preparation and is perfect for summer evenings.
Banana, apricot, apple, and mango come together in this sweet and tangy breakfast smoothie.
This brunch dessert is a healthier update on an old family recipe.
Continuing the summer salad series with a simple and light recipe.
Keep summer going with this pepper-packed fruity cocktail.
White wine, citrus, and brine will keep this chicken juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside.
Two cheeses, avocado, and raspberry preserves come together in this sweet and salty grilled cheese.
Drink your breakfast with this protein-packed smoothie.
This easy-to-make recipe is the perfect brunch appetizer.
Kale and ramen come together in this Asian-inspired summer salad.
This nutty and light iced coffee is both refreshing and indulging at once.
Cayenne pepper and maple syrup come together in this spin on a lunch favorite.
Start Monday morning with a light and sweet seasonal fruit smoothie.
Find Sicilian eggplant at your local farmer's market for this summer saute.
This summer cocktail will keep you cool (and dry).
Slow cooking is the secret to juicy chicken on the BBQ.
These easy-to-make crostinis are a big hit at summer barbecues.
Use leftover grilled salmon to make salmon burgers.
Kohlrabi coleslaw offers a peppery and sweet lighter fare option to classic coleslaw.
Feed a large group with easy-to-make frittatas.
Celebrate America with bourbon caramelized onions on your cheeseburger this year.
Satsuma oranges and limes come together in this vodka cocktail.
Use up farmer's market and garden vegetables in this easy and healthy side dish.
Turn your favorite summer salad into a light and filling sandwich.
Add your own fresh vegetables to cream cheese for a more original bagel brunch.
Barbecue tofu before adding it to your stir fry for a summery take on a winter favorite.
This fusion of Japanese and French wine is perfect for hot summer nights.
Make yakitori at home with sake and fresh ginger.
Caramelized onions, zucchini, and yellow squash come together in this light and healthy recipe.
This brunch cocktail packs a punch.
Napa cabbage and kale come together in this light and fruity summer salad.
Replace the garden variety barbecue side dishes with this easy pasta dish in white wine sauce.
Farmer's market vegetables make for perfect curry ingredients.
Whip up a batch of this light lemonade with watermelon and clementine.
Love eggs benedict? Learn to poach eggs at home.
This dry rub is just what you need for Sunday's barbecue.
Combine the old school Italian aperitif with vodka for a light, but strong summer cocktail.
Join the toast trend conversation with this goat cheese and avocado artisan recipe.
Fresh vegetables and chicken come together in a lemon white wine sauce.
Serve up juicy fish filets with a dry heat using only five ingredients.
Watermelon, blueberries, feta cheese, and balsamic come together in this light brunch recipe.
Serve up your grilled mussels and clams with lemon butter sauce and roasted mignonette sauce.
Farmer's market finds come together to create a fruity summer dessert.
Spicy mayo and Asian slaw combine forces atop these Asian-style chicken sausage sandwiches.
Tomatoes, zucchini, and summer squash help make a light and summery sauce over tilapia.
Oats and vanilla protein powder join forces to make these delicious and healthy pancakes.
Another salad-filled Friday brings watermelon, feta, and baby greens together.
This shake combines energy and protein to make the perfect quick breakfast.
Shrimp scampi is a must in any cook's repertoire.
Whip up three classic cocktails in frozen shot form, plus a mocktail for designated drivers.
No need to go to Ikea for some Swedish meatballs anymore.
These shrimp tacos are simple and quick enough to make for any summer night.
After trying this brunch cocktail, you'll never go back to mimosas.
This light and fruity salad pairs well with anything hot off the barbecue.
No wraparound porch? No problem. This cocktail will make you feel like you have one.
This boozy spin on an old classic is perfect for summer.
The inclusion of Greek yogurt makes this egg salad far less fattening.
Pasta for dinner doesn't have to be heavy if you include fresh vegetables and chicken.
Garlic and red chili paste are in the forefront of this summer swordfish dish.
This tequila sunrise is a throwback to the original.
Grill this chicken for dinner and then use the leftovers for a sandwich.
Shake up your breakfast smoothie with a Mexican champagne mango.
Need some last-minute ideas for Cinco de Mayo?
Easy dinner for one doesn't have to be boring.
Spend less time in the kitchen and more time outside with this spring grilling recipe.
This zucchini potato nik is essentially just a jumbo-sized hash brown.
Soba noodles, serrano chilies, and sesame seeds take center stage in this stir fry.
Serve up crab meat and vegetable farfalle in homemade vodka sauce.
Don't let Passover stand in the way of you and your Sunday morning pancakes.
Make your own creamy peppercorn dressing for this mango and spinach salad.
Dannii Martin somehow makes a sweet treat that's both healthy AND delicious.
What began as a simple negroni became a complex and citrusy gin cocktail.
This is not your grandmother's chicken salad.
A few minor amendments make this crab salad far healthier and flavorful than its classic counterpart.
Scrambled eggs sans whisking is the way to go.
Passover calls for a special kind of brunch.
Strawberries marinated in triple sec make for a great warm weather dessert.
This combination of gin and creme de cassis is the perfect aromatic and fruity spring drink.
Bake this cake using healthier ingredients.
Clear out your refrigerator this spring and turn the ingredients into hearty soup.
Eat this hearty salad for lunch all week.
Ginger beer takes the stage in this aromatic and citrusy brunch cocktail.
Indulgent doesn't have to mean unhealthy when it comes to dinner recipes.
Bourbon and fresh grapefruit juice come together in this potent and sweet drink.
Roast these winter vegetables one last time before spring is here to stay.
Bake chicken with the taste of fried chicken without the fat.
This healthy shrimp dish takes under 20 minutes to prepare.
Get back into swimsuit shape one brunch at a time.
Make applesauce at home with apples, pears, and applejack brandy.
Kelsey gives a spring quinoa recipe and some inspirational advice to one of her readers.
Replacing vodka with gin in a Moscow Mule makes it a whole different cocktail.
Chicken and swiss chard are featured in this sesame seed and soba noodle stir fry.
These hamantaschen are flavorful enough to serve year-round.
Salmon lovers will be converted after trying this steelhead trout dish.
Rum-soaked bread takes this French toast recipe to a whole new level.
Fresh rosemary and lemon juice take a back seat in this juicy baked chicken.
This easy soup recipe is perfect for those looking to slim down for spring.
Spice up your sesame noodles at home.
Mushrooms and caramelized onions put a spin on this family favorite.
Thanks to the microwave, we can have chocolate chip cookies in under 10 minutes.
Bake juicy chicken tenders with just five ingredients.
Almond pesto and smoked salmon take the front seat in these brunch sandwiches.
Learn to make curry at home with healthier ingredients.
Almond pesto and caramelized onions take the stage in this potato-filled side dish.
Serve up this one-pot chili recipe all week during the cold front.
Serve up two batches of avocado-based deviled eggs this week at brunch.
This simple recipe for poached pears works for any time of day.
Scallops in romesco sauce is a classic seafood dish that won't disappoint.
Serve up sweet and savory waffle sandwiches this Valentine's Day.
Chicken and kung pao pepper put a spin on this classic recipe.
Whip up a pot of warm mushroom soup for the snowy weather.
This one-skillet breakfast will help jumpstart the week right.
This three-ingredient recipe is great for healthy snacking.
This pink sauce is made with fresh ingredients and only takes a few minutes to make.
This stir fry is loaded with fresh vegetables and flavor.
Chicken sausage and butternut squash means this dish is comfort food with flair.
Serve up this fruity, licorice-like salad at your next dinner party.
Learn to make Spanish shrimp and garlic sauce at home.
These healthier enchiladas will keep you slim and fueled for Fitness Week.
The combination of vegetables, protein, and carbohydrates makes this a perfect meal for fitness week.
Put some lean protein in your body and keep your new year's resolutions in tact.
Serve up this eggplant and tapenade crossover at your next dinner party.
Stay warm with clam chowder without packing on the pounds.