This easy pasta serves two or three and is ready in 15 minutes flat.
This is one of those recipes that I barely even consider a recipe, but rather just throwing a few ingredients together. Find out how to do it.
After whipping up a dairy-free Mexican sauce, you’ll be just ten minutes away from this easy dinner or appetizer.
Quinoa gets tossed with red bell peppers, black beans, romaine, and red onions, then smothered in a dairy-free sauce with a jalapeno kick. An easy 30-minute meal!
This light, flavorful noodle dish is ready in less than 30 minutes for a super easy dinner.
Kale, spinach, and romaine provide some serious green in this filling salad with a spicy kick.
An easy gluten-free alternative to avocado toast—just add radishes!
Brussels sprouts and fennel are shredded, then tossed with nuts and pomegranate arils in this healthy salad.
This dinner is so easy, it’s a stretch calling it a “recipe.” Ready in less than ten minutes!
I was never one of those kids who hated Brussels sprouts. I mean, I knew that I should most definitely turn my nose up at them, but the truth is, I never had them as a child. And by the time I tried them as an adult, people had figured out how to cook them in such a way that they were, like, good. Delicious, even. Brussels sprouts are another fall food that makes me feel all cozy, and while I love them roasted, I don’t always have 45 minute’s worth of foresight. The other night, I wanted Brussels sprouts, and I wanted them now, so I sliced them up, pan-fried ’em, and tossed them with pasta and a simple garlic sauce. So easy and delicious. Happy cooking! M Brussels Sprouts Fettuccine Prep time: 5 min | Cook and serve time: 15 min | Ready in: 20 min Serves 2 Ingredients: 2 servings of fettuccine 2 teaspoon olive oil 3 cups Brussels sprouts 1 cup vegetable broth 2 tablespoons butter 2 to 4 cloves garlic (depending on …