Raise your hand if you would marry pizza if you could. Yeah, me too. Sadly, that’s not life. But what you can do, which is almost as great, is eat pizza for dinner every single night this week without feeling even a hint of guilt. Seriously! We’ve rounded up five pizza recipes — from portobella pizza, to polenta pizza to plain ol’ whole wheat pizza — that are loaded with good-for-you stuff like kale, avocado, black beans, egg, and more. So go ahead, make pizza a mainstay on your dinner table this week — and don’t you dare feel bad about it. Read more »
When I last checked, today’s weather forecast called for a high of 16 degrees. Sixteen degrees, people. So I think it’s safe to say, we could all use some warming up. To help do the trick, we’ve rounded up five delicious, healthy and, most importantly, super-spicy recipes. With everything from fish taco bowls to curry noodle soup to Sriracha-chicken salad, and more, you’ve got your pick of dishes that will warm you up from the inside out. And a tip: These recipes taste best when eaten underneath a blanket with a Hot Toddy within arm’s reach. Happy cooking! Read more »
I am a big fan of veggie bowls. They are generally pretty simple to throw together, incredibly filling and, often times, you can make a big batch of them at once and chow down on them for dinner for a few days in a row. They’re simple, practical and delicious — what’s not to love?
So for this weeks recipes, we bring you five veggie bowls that will seriously blow your mind. They’re super yummy, seasonal, and probably some of the most colorful meals you’ve ever seen in a while. Bonus: We’ve even thrown a Chipotle copycat recipe in the mix. Happy cooking, friends!
The foil-packet dinner is a beautiful thing: simple, light on oil and butter, mostly hands-off and pretty much impossible to screw up. Plus, it leaves you with zero dishes a good chunk of the time. And I don’t know about you, but in my book, a dishes-less dinner is the best kind. So for this week’s recipes, we’ve got five insanely easy and healthy foil-packet dinners that will leave you with very little to clean up. Enjoy!
A crock-pot is a busy person’s best friend: You can throw a few ingredients into it in the morning, go about your insanely hectic day, and come home nine hours later to a beautiful dinner that took just about zero effort. Doesn’t get much better than that, does it?
So for all the busy Be Wellers out there, this week, we’ve rounded up five creative, delicious and healthy dinners that require just about zero manpower—the crock-pot pretty much does it all for you. Bonus: Most of these recipes make upwards up six servings, so you’ll have plenty of leftovers, too. Consider your dinners and lunches covered for the week.
The other day, I cleaned out my kitchen cabinet and realized that I’ve been stock-piling pantry staples like I’m living in an episode of The Walking Dead or something. Seriously. I had like nine cans of beans, five boxes of pasta, and three jars of forgotten peanut butter. Because, well, it’s just so easy to forget about the food living in your pantry.
So, if you’re anything like me, your pantry could probably use some spring cleaning, and that’s exactly what this week’s recipes are made for: Here, five recipes that turn your forgotten pantry staples—stuff like beans, tuna, pasta, peanut butter, rice, canned tomatoes, coconut oil and more—into delicious, healthy dinners. Happy cooking!
You know what this cold streak calls for? Soup. And lots of it. But the thing about soup is, come dinnertime, a simple bowl of soup can leave you asking, “And what’s for the second course?”
Not these recipes, though: These five soup recipes are chock-full of all sorts of super-filling, nutrient-packed goodies like sweet potatoes, black beans, coconut milk and more. And if you want to bulk ‘em up even more, throw some tofu, chicken or extra veggies in the mix!
And just a tip: These recipes taste best when paired with a cozy blanket and a Netflix marathon. Happy cooking!
Back in December, we told you guys about Veganuary, a 31-day-long vegan challenge taking place throughout the month of January (Get it? Veganuary?). And back in December, when I wrote about it, I thought “Pfffft, one month? I can do that, EASY,” and signed up. Little did I know that after a full month of heavy cream-filled holiday meals, the butter withdrawal would be oh-so-real. So in an effort to stick to my word and stay away from the butter sticks this month, I’ve found a bunch of seriously drool-worthy vegan recipes to whip up. Who needs butter when you’ve got peanut butter soba noodles—am I right?
Whether you’re trying to complete the Veganuary challenge (It’s not too late to sign up!) or just trying to lighten up post-holiday season, these vegan recipes will help you do the trick. Now, who else will be chowing down on some vegan pizza come dinnertime?
This is the week it starts: holiday parties, holiday happy hours, holiday everything imaginable. And while I love me a good party, the bazillion hors d’oeuvres and champagne cocktails that come along with this season’s social calendar can leave anyone feeling, well, a bit heavy. That’s where these salads come in: On your off days, give yourself a break from the pigs-in-a-blanket fare with these light salads loaded with good-for-you winter veggies like squash, kale, beets and more. Happy, well, tossing!
I recently discovered that I can order Buddakan to my doorstep with GrubHub’s assistance and, let me just say, it is a problem. And I’m not the only one cursed with an out-of-control delivery addiction: The other day, I was reading this piece on The Cut, where women dished on the stupidest things they waste money on. Spoiler alert: They pretty much all named the delivery service Seamless as their money suck of choice. Now, raise your hand if you’re in the same boat. Yeah, I thought so.
Not to fear, though, friends: We’ve got just the recipes to quell your delivery addiction—and they’re healthier than delivery, too! Here, a week’s worth of recipes for takeout favorites like fried rice, pizza, Indian and more. Next time your stomach starts to growl, just reach for this list instead of the phone.