What’s better than a big bowl of sticky brown rice? Putting an egg on it. Get the Japanese-inspired recipe here, made with chia seeds and green onions.
Serrano chile and fresh ginger give this smoothie a spicy kick, while chia seeds and pineapple juice create a thick, delicious texture. Get the recipe here!
Tired of traditional popcorn? Pop up a batch of these teeny, tiny, protein-powered amaranth seeds for a healthy snack or salad topping. Get the recipe here.
Get dinner ready in a flash with this light stir-fry recipe, which combines seasonal asparagus with mushrooms and tofu. Plus, one serving packs 15 grams of protein!
Crispy on the outside, chewy in the middle and topped with a juicy blueberry, this gluten-free coconut macaroons recipe is the perfect springtime treat.
It’s Cinco de Mayo and we’ve got a salsa craving! Try one of these homemade salsa recipes for healthier snacking.
More peas please! Come spring, we can never get enough of this nutritious legume. Get our healthier shrimp risotto recipe here.
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.
Add some fresh, alkalizing and cleansing vegetables into your food menu. This refreshing spring salad is perfect for the season ahead.
Sturdy collard greens make excellent nutrient-dense wrappers. In this recipe, they are stuffed with raw vegetables in every color of the rainbow.
This super-delicious homemade granola recipe is easy to prepare and so nutritious we promise you’ll be making it over and over again.
Celebrate National BLT Sandwich Month with this healthier take on the beloved bacon sandwich that goes easy on the carbs. Get the recipe here.
What Easter basket is complete without a chocolate creme egg? Make the recipe healthier with dark chocolate, less sugar and zero artificial preservatives.
Creamy avocado and juicy pomegranate seeds are the perfect pair in this light and healthy salad recipe. Serve it in the avocado shells for a truly unique dish.