Mango Butter

Recipes

Enjoy a thick square of this cake with coffee in the morning, tea at night or as a mid-day snack. The sweetness comes from bananas and dates, and richness comes from light coconut milk.

Here's a healthy soup based on a Mardi Gras favorite in which traditional red kidney beans and Cajun flavors meld with hearty red rice and dark, leafy greens. Don't forget hot sauce for the table!

This rich, dark holiday bread is perfect as is. But if you're in the mood to dress it up, serve warm slices with a scoop of raspberry sorbet, dollop of lemon curd or smear of lowfat cream cheese.

A simple, fresh and flavorful treatment for swordfish.

This delectable, healthful smoothie is packed with vitamin A, potassium and fiber. Top each serving with some ground flaxseeds or a pinch of nutmeg if you like.

Though it's equally delicious on its own, try topping squares of this spiced cake with dollops of applesauce or almond butter. As a breakfast cake, it's great served alongside scrambled eggs or tofu with bacon or tempeh sausage.

These flourless cookies are dense like a fudgy brownie and rich with creamy peanut butter. A nutty mixture of chopped peanuts and rolled oats is combined with pumpkin purée and studded with sweet chopped dates for a treat that’s as nourishing as it is satisfying....

Ideal as side dish or brunch feature, these easy-to-prepare tomatoes can be served either warm or at room temperature.

Easy to make and great for kids, try using a different variety of preserves each time you make them. We love to use fresh seasonal fruit, too. These cookies are inspired by a recipe from one of our health partners, Dr.

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Tofu works well in chili, absorbing flavors and mimicking the texture of meat. Add a small jalapeño pepper to spice it up a bit. Serve chili piping hot in bowls, over steamed brown rice, if you like.

This bold green sauce comes together in a flash in the food processor. Garlic, capers and anchovy add complexity to a lively purée of parsley and basil. You'll have some salsa verde left over, so enjoy it on chicken, fish or vegetables as well as the beef in this...

This fragrant soup, with a foundation of vitamin-rich farro grain, will both satisfy your appetite and warm you up on a chilly winter day. This rare grain can easily be substituted with spelt, another ancient form of wheat that is more readily available.

Take a break from meat and serve these easy wraps at your next get-together. They're full of protein and flavor and low in fat.

Sautéed vegetables enhance your choice of russet or red potatoes in this casserole. Quickly prepare and pop in the oven to finish while getting the rest of your meal ready.

Kids never seem to tire of this classic easy-to-make combination. Try Gala or Granny Smith apples, which go well with the nut butter. You may also want to try cinnamon raisin bread. From The Whole Foods Market Cookbook

Use orange, yellow or green bell peppers instead of red, if you like.

Serve this salad with chicken, fish, grilled tofu or simply on its own to wow a crowd. With tomatoes, corn, chives, basil and black beans, it packs a healthy dose of antioxidants.

Skinless chicken breasts, marinated in balsamic vinegar and maple syrup, are grilled along with sweet onions and halved peaches, all crowned with fresh rosemary.

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