Buttery, nutty, and crisp, spiced spelt flour almond wafers are the perfect small treat for fall. With each crunchy bite, enjoy a lovely mix of spices and a subtle depth of flavor from the spelt flour and unrefined sugars. Serve them with any hot fall beverage, like a cappuccino, apple cider, or a hot toddy. Read more.
This cherry chicken salad with almonds is just the refreshing meal that your lunch routine has been missing. There’s nothing like a new twist on a classic recipe to make your daily routine more exciting, after all. The tasty combination of flavors and textures makes it truly unforgettable. Get the recipe now.
This warm lentil salad proves that simple is often best. Fresh thyme, juicy tomatoes, and buttery Marcona almonds are sauteed in olive oil, then tossed with fiber-rich lentils and creamy goat cheese for a healthy, yet satisfying side dish or vegetarian entree. Read more now to add it to your go-to list of easy recipes!
If you can’t get enough of pesto’s garlicky goodness but want to save a few bucks, turn to your new favorite alternative. This vibrant spread swaps in almonds for pricey pine nuts and nutrient-rich kale for basil. Keep reading to find out how you can buzz up this flavorful sauce with just a few simple ingredients.
If you’re on the hunt for the perfect Passover recipe, look no further than these Easy Almond Chocolate Toffee Matzo Crunchies. The crackly flatbreads are enveloped in a caramel-y combo of butter and brown sugar, baked, smeared with chocolate, and studded with almonds and flaky sea salt. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
This super easy recipe for coconut almond chia seed granola sweetened with maple syrup has plenty of crunch and flavor. It’s gluten-free, vegan, and perfect to munch on at any time of day when you’re busy and hungry. You’ll want to make a big batch for the whole week. Learn how to make the recipe now on Foodal.
Looking for the perfect dessert to show off the delicious flavor of fresh seasonal berries? This simple blueberry and strawberry fruit crisp is the answer, made with almonds, oats, warming spices, and a dash of maple syrup. Plus, it’s easy to adapt to suit vegan and gluten-free diets. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Nuts, chocolate, and jam. Is this the holy trinity of baked goods or what? These triangle shaped bites of heaven with their chocolate dipped edges, energizing nut-topping, and a thin layer of fruity jam will have your mouth in taste-bud nirvana. Instead of baking a cake why not try this nutty pastry? Kept in a box, they can provide you with a tasty morsel for up to two weeks.