These savory muffins are a great accompaniment to soup and salad. Filled with kale and chives (and cheese, if you like!), they’re quick to pull together using basic pantry ingredients and fresh garden kale and chives. Savory muffins might become your new favorite quick bread!
This flavorful black bean dip looks beautiful on a buffet table, plus it’s super easy to make. It’s inexpensive, too! PLUS, by adapting the recipe a bit, you can transform this black bean dip into an easy and filling black bean salad. Homemade, good food for less and without excess packaging.
Does handmade pizza crust just seem like too much work? Here’s our favorite recipe – the best thin crust pizza, IMO – and how to make it FAST. This little hack is the way to have fresh, homemade pizza even on weeknights. Your family will love you for it.
Sprouting lentils at home is easy to do and they make a nutritious addition to sandwiches, salads, and wraps.
This sourdough banana nut muffin recipe is gently sweetened by very ripe bananas and a touch of honey. They’re a sweet treat and a healthy start to the day (or afternoon snack) all rolled into one. Muffins are an easy quick bread to pull together, and these banana nut muffins are no exception.
Wondering what to do with beet greens? They’re not a common “vegetable” but they’re perfectly edible! Sure, your chickens love ’em, but your family might, too. Check out these beet greens recipes and add some beet greens to your next meal. They’re an inexpensive way to add fresh greens to your diet.
Need a healthy snack? Try these two roasted chickpea recipes; sweet, with cinnamon and sugar, or spicy roasted chickpeas. They’re an inexpensive low-fat, high-protein snack, and easy to make, too. These roasted chickpea recipes will satisfy and are a perfect addition to a lunchbox or travel pack.
Healthy homemade granola bars are a great snack for busy days when families are on the go (hey, Little League season!) or for taking along on longer excursions.
Forage for wild edible plants to source some of your food very locally. But be sure that you’re using ethical harvesting techniques when you do!