Easiest Lime Granita

Recipes

With a little blender and freezer magic, raspberries, bananas and rich cashews make a sweet and flavorful "ice cream."

Mango lends a sweet note to this colorful quinoa salad with a variety of flavors and textures. It's equally delicious served warm or chilled.

Lean protein, greens and whole grains all in this one-pot weeknight meal. Make sure to cut chicken and broccoli into bite-size pieces so they'll cook evenly.

Our fabulous jarred pasta sauce is the key to this meatless-meatball meal. For even more flavor, add chopped pitted olives to the meatball mixture. Let the kids help roll the meatballs.

A hearty meal on its own, or a terrific opener to a vegan main course like our Celebration Lentil Loaf.

Super simple homemade spinach hummus and colorful, fresh veggies make these wraps flavorful and satisfying.

This innovative recipe blends olives to create a richly flavored dressing, delicious on zucchini as well as other grilled veggies.

Perfect for chilly evenings, this satisfying one-pot meal marries tender whole wheat noodles with veggies, ground beef and a little melted cheese.

To make this salad during times of the year when panettone isn't available, use cubed brioche or walnut-raisin bread instead.

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This quick vegetarian pasta combines the pleasingly bitter taste of broccoli rabe with toasted garlic and bold sun-dried tomatoes.

If you love sesame, you will love these cookies, rich in flavor from sesame seeds and subtly sweet from a touch of maple syrup.

Roasted pumpkin seeds thicken this tomatillo-based mole sauce. Serve with a side of rice for soaking up the flavorful sauce. Shred any leftover chicken and serve in warm corn tortillas with sauce spooned on top.

This versatile sauce can be drizzled over raw or cooked vegetables, as well as grains.

This kid-friendly noodle salad uses sesame tahini and toasted almond butter for rich nutty (but peanut-free!) flavor. Add leftover chicken, pork or shrimp if you like.

Chewy oats, rich coconut and crunchy sunflower seeds are an enticing combination in these cookies--a worthy treat for the lunch box or with afternoon tea.

Beef coated in sesame, garlic and crushed red pepper has a rich flavor and nutty, spicy finish. Served atop spinach tossed in a simple citrus-miso dressing, this meal can be prepared in a snap. Pair with a side of steamed brown or white rice.

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.

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