These vegetarian patties are tasty enough that even the carnivores in your family should like them. Freezing and then thawing tofu gives it a nice chewy texture that can't be duplicated any other way.
The lemon makes this Middle Eastern dip vibrant, while the hot water keeps it dreamily creamy.
This "germ" (cracker sandwich) is
fun and easy to make - even for 3 year olds. The recipe also
allows for each child to create a unique treat, using his or
her own imagination.
This smooth black bean soup is packed full of flavor and nutrients -- it's a win-win. The simple-to-make recipe can be changed up based on your tastes, and since it's all blended together afterward, you can add almost any kind of vegetable you want in order to add more nutrition. Adding spinach or broccoli is a great way to get your family to eat their greens if they're usually fussy about seeing that color on their plates.
When it comes to vegetables' natural sweetness, roasting giveth what boiling taketh away. Transform cauliflower florets into caramelized, crunchy-tender finger food with this oil-and-salt technique, which works for other veggies too.
Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of vegetables. No sugar is needed in this delicious and easy recipe.