Easiest Lime Granita


Get your whole grains and veggies into crowd-pleasing meatballs with this easy recipe that will stretch your food dollar, too. Serve with your favorite pasta and marinara sauce or on a hoagie with cheese for a dynamite meatball sub sandwich.

This sweet corn and avocado salad is so delicious that it's great on its own, too. You'll know the salmon is cooked perfectly when the flesh just begins to flake with a fork.

Knowing how to quickly prepare nutrient-dense greens in a way that most people will enjoy is a valuable skill. Here are simple, step-by-step instructions to help make you a kitchen pro at health and savings!

A highly flavorful dressing featuring almond butter, ginger, garlic, dates and chile pepper makes a delicious accompaniment to broccoli and bean sprouts. Serve it over soba noodles if you like.

We hope our gluten-free version of this classic, replacing wheat flour with coconut flour, will please everyone in the family, especially those with a wheat allergy. These super-dark cookies have a cake-like texture and intense chocolate flavor.

Here's a light and colorful side dish that complements everything from grilled meats to a spring stew to burgers or sandwiches. It is also a perfect, budget-friendly dish for an outdoor party buffet table or potluck as it won't lose its appeal on a warm day.

Traditional Indian spices and flavors imbue this chickpea salad. Serve over mixed salad greens with pita chips for dinner. If you have any leftovers, spoon the salad into whole wheat pita bread and top with alfalfa sprouts or shredded lettuce for a tasty lunch.

This classic Southern pie is a treat with seasonal berries or stone fruits.

For a delicious lunch, fill pita bread halves with this tangy bean salad and top with shredded lettuce.


This elegant spa salad features a mix of tender bulgur, crunchy cucumbers and radishes, and sweet melon, all dressed with lemon juice and fresh mint. Add other hydrating ingredients like thinly sliced lettuce, or top with poached, shredded chicken, if you like.

Topped with tangy, fresh goat cheese, juicy pimientos and artichoke hearts, this summer take on the grilled cheese sandwich raises the bar. Luckily, the recipe easily doubles or triples to feed last-minute company.

It’s all the rage, and for good reason! Cold-brewed coffee is light and refreshing, an appealing alternative to hot coffee when the mercury rises. Easy and affordable to make, ditch those $5 cups and brew a batch at home.

Packed with the summer’s best produce, from tomatoes and squash to eggplant and basil, consider serving this elegant terrine on grilled garlic toast, topped with crumbled goat cheese or sliced alongside a fresh tomato sauce.

Here’s a terrifically versatile syrup to make with a bounty of cherries, no pitting required! Serve it over everything from pancakes to blintzes to yogurt and ice cream, or mix it with seltzer for a refreshing alternative to bottled sodas.

Try this cherry-packed breakfast bake by itself or topped with almondmilk for a hot cereal feel. It will keep refrigerated up to 5 days.

Make this up the night before for a healthful grab-and-go breakfast. You can use either fresh cherries or frozen unsweetened cherries—no need to thaw them first.

Whole wheat couscous with sweet fresh cherries, green onions and toasted almonds pairs delightfully with grilled salmon. It's bound to become a summer tradition when cherries are in season!

Serve this savory cherry spread, spiked with caramelized shallots and smoked paprika, with a fancy cheese plate, or spread onto pork chops or grilled cheese sandwiches.