High in protein, egg whites give you energy, satisfy hunger and keep you on track with New Year’s resolutions.
If you’re looking for a dish with a little zest, this roasted artichoke recipe does the trick. Lemon, olive oil and butter create a balanced sauce that makes eating vegetables easy.
Acai bowls bring vibrancy to your breakfast table. Not to mention, vitamins from fruit and potassium from bananas pack a pretty healthy punch. We like topping ours with chia seeds and coconut flakes, but feel free to experiment with other good-for-you toppings!
These Salted Caramel Chocolate Chunk Cookies are the ultimatum. Throw out all other recipes, because this cookie is the end-all be-all. It brings the familiarity of chocolate chip cookies that taste like comfort, but combines it with the flavor combination we salty-sweet dreamers crave: salted caramel. In attempts to bring about the best cookie, here’s a break-down of the methodology behind each element and why a trip to the store to get the precise ingredients instead of mediocre substitutions will pay off in the end. Buckle up and get pumped, because these cookies will change your world forever.
Between the sugar cookie base, the mock-caramel/chocolate swirl and the course sea salt, these bars check all the boxes. Chewy and soft, you’ll be handing these out to people on the streets, just so you’re not tempted by them in your house.
This recipe is the perfect combination of flavors and textures. Whether this makes it to the Thanksgiving table, or if it becomes a weeknight staple, this roast will set the mood for any fall meal.