Making these vegan shortbread cookies is the perfect way to celebrate the holidays. Dipped in melted chocolate and sprinkled with sea salt or ground espresso beans, they’re so good! This dairy-free version of a classic treat tastes just like the real thing, and it’s so easy to make at home. Get the recipe now.
Has the holiday carb load and all the temptations added inches to your waist line? Time to switch it up to healthier fare. This Roasted Butternut Squash & Black Rice with Hemp-Miso Dressing is your way to reduce some calories while retaining taste and flavor. Packed with nutritious butternut squash, black rice, and hemp seeds, it’s a nutritious and flavorful way to recover from holiday binges.
Breakfast on the go doesn’t have to mean fast food and greasy sausage sandwiches. Make up a batch of these healthier fig newton-like bars over the weekend and have something to munch on during weekday mornings when you’re running late. Whole oats, oat flour, flax seeds, bananas and other nutritious ingredients are included in this tasty recipe. Get the details now!
Looking for a sweet baked good to indulge in for breakfast, without all the guilt? Our vegan blueberry muffins have a crunchy crumb topping, and homemade cashew cream makes them rich and buttery with no eggs or dairy. You can bake up a big batch for brunch, or freeze them to enjoy later. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Are you looking for the perfect fall or winter side? Then check out our easy-to-make Butternut Squash and Kale Pasta Salad recipe on Foodal. Roasted kale and chunks of butternut squash are mixed with orzo pasta and top with a light lemon dressing. Perfect for tailgating, gameday, or anytime you need a cookout dish for chilly weather.
There’s no better Mexican comfort food that a casserole dish full of enchiladas. But what if you need a meatless, vegetarian version? Foodal has your answer with this easy-to-make vegetarian Potato and Pasilla Pepper Enchilada recipe. Loaded with healthy ingredients, this is the perfect weeknight meal that can be thrown together and baked while chasing down other chores. Find out more now.
Tasty doesn’t have to equal fattening. Try this easy-to-make Beet and Orange salad for your next food adventure. It’s pretty enough to serve to a group but just as good for one at lunch. The colorful beets and oranges combine with ingredients such as baby spinach, goat cheese, pine nuts, and couscous to present a light, but filling healthy alternative. Get the recipe now!