Quick and Easy Curried Chickpeas With Tofu

Let's talk about "quick and easy," two of my favorite words to find in a recipe title! I'm a strong believer that simple, convenient meals can also be flavorful and delicious. If you're trying to have a Meatless Monday dinner every week, collecting a variety of quick and easy meatless recipes can really help you reach your goal without getting bored or overwhelmed. ...more

10 Intriguing New Ideas for Leftover Easter Egg Salad

It's the Monday after Easter, and if you celebrate the holiday, you likely have leftover hard-boiled eggs hanging out in the fridge. Sure, you can mash up some eggs, mix in a bit of mayo and mustard, and you've got traditional egg salad. Who needs a recipe for that? But if you want to get a little more creative with your leftover boiled eggs, here are 10 fresh new twists on egg salad for Meatless Monday. One of these just might become your new tradition!...more
Anita_Sarah Oh good, glad it's going to be a hit.more

You'll Love These Meatless, Paleo, Low-Carb, and GF 30-Minute Baked Eggs

I bet you've noticed it's spring, haven't you? We all get busy when winter's over, and if you're looking for a recipe for Meatless Monday, you want something that won't take long to get on the table. I swooned over this Baked Eggs Skillet with Avocado and Spicy Tomatoes when I shared the recipe on Kalyn's Kitchen. It can easily be ready to eat in less than 30 minutes—and the chile-spiked recipe is tasty enough that I'd happily serve it to guests for a meatless breakfast, lunch, or dinner....more

Stuffed Kale Rolls: The Most Creative Kale Recipe I've Seen Yet

Have you joined the kale fan club yet? It's been a few years now since kale burst into the number-one slot as the most popular leafy green. All the fanfare led to so many more people loving kale—and so many new and interesting ways to cook it. I couldn't be happier about that. ...more
Whats Cooking at Dinner Thyme Hope you enjoy!more

Cabbage With a Kick: A Meatless Monday Soup You'll Love

Tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day, a day when kids love eating green foods and some adults love drinking green beer. People celebrate it much more in the United States than it is in Ireland; did you know that? And most of the favorite foods that Americans cook on that day are really Irish-American foods. ...more
audricbanks Hope you enjoy; I love the sound of spicy + cabbage!more

Try This Brilliant Vegetarian Version of Spicy Tuna Sushi Rolls

Sushi probably tops the list of foods I'd never get tired of, and one of my favorite things to order if I'm having sushi is the traditional Spicy Tuna Roll that every sushi joint in America seems to have. But it's not really the tuna that makes me love Spicy Tuna Rolls so much, it's the spicy mayo that gets slathered on the rice and tuna to give it that heat-up-your-mouth flavor. ...more

The Best Way to Celebrate Seuss Day? Greens, Eggs and No Ham!

Happy Seuss Day! Today's the birthdate of Dr. Seuss, the wildly creative American author who taught so many kids to love reading. If you have kids or grandkids in elementary school, they're probably having some fun activities to celebrate the day. I'm a huge Dr. Seuss fan, and when I taught elementary school, our cooks would serve the kids Green Eggs and Ham on this day, made by mixing eggs with green food coloring and then scrambling them with ham. ...more

Eureka! This Gluten-Free Casserole Is the Healthy Comfort Food You're Looking For

My latest experiment in cheesy + healthy comfort food is this Twice-Baked Spaghetti Squash with Kale, Feta, and Mozzarella. It's low-carb, gluten-free, and vegetarian. But most important, it's a deliciously cheesy casserole that I'd happily gobble down for a main dish or side dish. ...more

The Most Comforting Cold-Weather Dish: No-Noodle Eggplant Lasagna

What kind of food do you crave when the weather turns cold? I love soup—but for me, the ultimate winter comfort food would be some kind of cheesy casserole. When I spotted this No Noodle Eggplant Lasagna from Panning the Globe, I wanted to serve myself some of this meatless wonder and dig in! Lisa did quite a bit of experimenting with the recipe to make it such a winner. Right away, she decided most of the flavor in lasagna comes from the cheese and the sauce, so there's no need for meat. ...more
Hi Cyn - The eggplant is usually battered and fried in parmigiana, and parmigiana doesn't ...more

Scared to Use a Pressure Cooker? These Chickpeas Might Change Your Mind

Before we talk about this Pressure Cooker Chickpea Gremolata from my friend Lydia at The Perfect Pantry, let's talk about the electric pressure cooker she made it in. Pressure cookers are suddenly trendy, now that several prominent cookware manufacturers have come out with electric versions that you program to turn off automatically when the food is done. ...more
Homemadehandbook Glad you like it!more