A cold, creamy and dairy-free treat that’s easy to whip up — try this homemade strawberry ice cream recipe just in time for summer.
These Hawaiian-inspired deconstructed sushi bowls feature ingredients like raw Ahi tuna, rice, pineapple, seaweed and sesame seeds. Get seven poke bowl recipes here.
Want to try bone broth for yourself? We promise the nutritious end result is worth the wait. This easy bone broth recipe will help get you started.
Bite-sized granola cups topped with yogurt and fruit are an Instagram-worthy way to start your day. Get the recipe here!
Art never looked so scrumptious. Jazz up your next green smoothie by stealing these magnificent smoothie art recipes from our favorite Instagrammers.
The official drink of the Kentucky Derby isn’t always a winner in the nutrition category. Get our healthier mint julep recipe, just in time for spring.
Think guilt-free fries are a myth? Skip the greasy fingers but get all the satisfaction with this low-carb crispy baked zucchini fries recipe.
Matcha powder and chia seeds make this antioxidant-packed chia seed pudding recipe a nutritional double threat. A whopping 32 grams of fiber per serving and a hint of caffeine will help you power through the day.
Like peanut butter cookies? Then you’ll love this gluten-free almond butter cookies recipe that uses almond butter as a base. Nutty, salty and sweet!
Wake up to delicious breakfast? We’re sold! Prep this refrigerator oatmeal (aka overnight oats) recipe and you’ll start the day with fiber and healthy fats.
Banana and soaked oats are all you need for this easy pancake recipe. Even better: It’s vegan, gluten-free and has no added sugar! Weekends just got way better.
Make blueberry crumble in your microwave? It’s possible — and delicious. This single-serving dessert recipe is way healthier than your average mug cake.
When it comes to meal prep, rice bowls and quinoa bowls are your new BFFs. We’ve got six great whole-grain bowl recipes to get you started.
Got five minutes? Whip up these easy chocolate and coconut no-bake energy bites. Clocking in at 150 calories each, they’re way better than a candy bar.