Easiest Lime Granita

Recipes

Quinoa takes the place of traditional bulgur in this flavorful salad. It can stand alone as a vegetarian main dish, thanks to quinoa's protein content, or be served as a side dish or sandwich filling.

Roasted peanuts, bittersweet chocolate and just a touch of salt, what's not to love? These cookies are downright irresistible.

This version of Turkey's classic lentil soup is home cooking at its best: Simple, flavorful and nutritious. Make it a complete meal by adding a tangy salad and your favorite flatbread or a crusty loaf of whole-grain bread.

For those of us who can never decide which pie we like best, this pie is the best of both worlds. With apple pie on the bottom and pumpkin pie on top, everyone wins! Serve with scoops of vanilla ice cream for an extra treat.

This variation on the classic Waldorf salad uses kale instead of lettuce and adds apple and walnuts to the dressing for a creamy consistency without using the typical mayonnaise base.

Use sole or flounder fillets to make this main course, too. Serve with sautéed spinach or kale on the side. The pumpkin seeds can be made ahead and stored in an airtight container at room temperature until ready to use.

Walnuts add a little crunch and brown rice takes the place of bread crumbs making these savory vegetarian burgers a great gluten-free meal. Serve with a green salad or cooked greens.

In this dish, a vibrantly colored pesto made from peas and fresh herbs dresses up whole wheat pasta. Try the pesto as a spread on sandwiches and crostini, too.

Peaches and walnuts make a summery, juicy, flavorful salad dressing.

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This refreshing Middle Eastern salad is packed with fresh herbs and drizzled with bright lemon dressing. Toasted pita (or matzoh) gives the salad a nice crunch.

The familiar flavors of classic deviled eggs—rich egg yolks, tart yellow mustard, creamy mayonnaise and sweet paprika—flavor this easy frittata. Serve for breakfast or brunch, or eat with a green salad for a light lunch or supper.

Chunks of fresh rhubarb, rolled oats and sunflower seeds are folded into the creamy batter for these snack muffins. Gluten free and lightly sweet, they’re a hit with adults and kids alike.

These crisp and tangy pickles are a great accompaniment to sharp cheeses and charcuterie, or use them as swizzle sticks for cocktails or seltzer. You can also dice them for an easy salsa for grilled chicken or pork.

Quick to make and easy to carry, these convenient treats are great for an afternoon pick-me-up or grab-and-go breakfast. Experiment with your favorite nut butters, dried fruits and spices. We also like adding a tablespoon of sesame or poppy seeds to the mix.

For a morning treat or just a snack, try these baked oatmeal cakes packed with fresh mango, tangy yogurt and cashews.

This easy recipe is based on apple butter and makes an ideal spread for bread or topping for oatmeal. If you like, stir a few pinches of apple pie spice or five-spice powder into the purée during the last few minutes of cooking.

This refreshing combination of mango purée and sparkling Prosecco is easy to throw together for a quick brunch or cocktail hour. For a variation, substitute pineapple chunks for the mango.

Kugel is a common Jewish casserole most often made with noodles, but in this version, we use thinly sliced tart apples and matzoh for a sweet spin.

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