Sweet potatoes are such a versatile vegetable, and the burrito-inspired toppings on these stuffed sweet potatoes are sure to be a hit with whoever you serve them to, whether it’s the family or some friends who come over for a gathering. They’re gluten-free, vegetarian, and can be made vegan as well (just leave off the cheese) so they’re perfect for guests with all kinds of dietary preferences.
You can’t think of summer without thinking of sweet, juicy yellow corn blackened on the grill – and why not make elote while you’re at it? Elote, or Mexican street corn, is cooked sweet corn slathered in spicy mayo, crema, chili powder, and cheese. It it sure to become a favorite in your home once you make it the first time!
There’s no better breakfast in the spring and summer than a yogurt parfait with fresh, homemade granola! In our opinion, the best granola is chewy and a little sweet, so we added dried mango to this one to get the perfect texture. Combine a few ingredients and bake it for 30 minutes and you’ll have granola that will last for days (if you don’t eat it all right away).
Tacos are such a universally-loved food, and it’s so easy to make them vegan and gluten-free if you have friends or family members with diet restrictions. These avocado tacos pack so much flavor and texture into a small package and they’re sure to be a hit at your next dinner or gathering!
There’s nothing more delicious – or more beautiful – than beet hummus in the springtime. It’s perfect for when your body starts to crave more fresh foods, and even if you don’t love beets, the earthy taste is softened with the other ingredients. Plus, it’s so photogenic!
With winter winding down and spring just around the corner, this fresh recipe can be served warm for a taste of both seasons. It’s simple, delicious (even for someone who doesn’t normally like brussels sprouts), and you’ll love the different textures throughout the dish.
If there’s one thing you need this weekend, it’s these s’mores brownies. Regular brownies are already delicious, but when you add in a layer of graham cracker crumbs and a toasted marshmallow topping, they become irresistible.
Pork chops can be one of the trickiest meats to get right, but the key is to cook them slowly over low heat and monitor the temperature closely. Once you try it, you’ll see that you aren’t afraid to make them anymore (if you ever were)! This recipe is one of our favorites because it’s simple and so delicious.
Risotto is a recipe that can seem intimidating at first, but once you get the hang of it and understand the techniques, you’ll be adding it to your regular rotation. Plus, it’s a good one to hide mushrooms in for the family members who say they don’t like them!
The charcuterie board is a classic for any party or special get together. Although it seems complicated at first glance, this recipe can become your go-to to impress friends or work parties. The more you learn about different types of cured meats and aged cheeses, the better your board will be!