The classic salad jumped to the other side of the menu for a bright play on two Italian favorites.
Chilaquiles and Eggs
Do you sometimes forget to chip-clip your bag of tortilla chips after snacking? Yes? Then you’ll love our chilaquiles! Chilaquiles is a delicious Mexican dish that usually includes tortillas. We use stale tortilla chips instead–that way, you can say you left that bag open on purpose.
Chilaquiles and Eggs Recipe
Red Lentil Burgers
The classic version of these meatless burgers comes from Turkey, where cooked lentils are combined with fine bulgur to make the “meat” for the patties. I tend to have rice on hand more often, so I use that instead. Lightly wet your hands before shaping the patties; the water helps prevent the mixture from sticking to your skin. Serve cooked burgers on leaf lettuce if you wish, sprinkled with fresh herbs, and put out lemon wedges, a bowl of chopped cucumber, and a chile sauce or a creamy yogurt-based sauce as accompaniments. Cooked patties freeze well; reheat in the oven at 350° for 10 minutes or until heated.
Red Lentil Burgers Recipe
Fig, Hazelnut, and Goat Cheese Salad
Crunch, sweetness, and a touch of richness–this recipe has everything you want in a salad. Dress the greens separately, then tuck in the soft figs and cheese so they keep their shape.
Fig, Hazelnut, and Goat Cheese Salad
Eggs Simmered in Tomato Sauce
This fragrant, meatless dish is inspired by Middle Eastern shakshuka. Make sure to keep plenty of crusty bread around to mop up the spiced tomato sauce.
Eggs Simmered in Tomato Sauce Recipe
Heirloom Tomato Salad with Arugula, Burrata, and Eggplant Croutons
Zucchini-and-Ricotta Mini Frittatas
Mini frittatas make for a cute presentation, not to mention built-in portion control! No more going in for just a tiny scoop more when your heart says yes but your stomach says no.
Zucchini-and-Ricotta Mini Frittatas Recipe
The Ultimate Grilled Cheese
Brunch just got so much better! Green onion and a squeeze of lime add color and zing to the meatless breakfast classic.
Huevos Rancheros Recipe
Asian Stir-Fry Quinoa Bowl
A stir-fry quinoa bowl brimming with fresh veggies and tofu is a healthy replacement for the days you just can’t kick the craving for takeout.
Asian Stir-Fry Quinoa Bowl Recipe
Cauliflower and Chickpea Quinoa with Tahini Drizzle
Wheat Berry Salad with Melon and Feta
Fettuccine Alfredo with Asparagus
Perfect Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Here is a make-ahead chili that both meat lovers and vegetarians will love: It packs in all the classic flavors you want and is loaded with beans that give the dish a rich, almost meaty character. Serving this chili the next day lets flavors meld–if the beans soak up a lot of liquid overnight, you can add more vegetable broth or even water to thin out the stew.
Five-Bean Chili Recipe
Apples star in this sweet-savory flatbread recipe—perfect for a quick appetizer or light meal.
Apple Flatbread Recipe
These tasty veggie wraps come together in 5 minutes and cost less than $2 per serving. Sounds like lunch to us.
Hummus Wrap Recipe
Baby Lettuces with Beets
You can make this with any small lettuces, but it’s especially dramatic with maroon and chartreuse leaves. Spices unite the earthy beets and sweet lettuce.
Baby Lettuces with Beets Recipe
Cheddar, Broccoli, and Barley Sweet Potatoes
Toss couscous with pesto, lemon juice,and fresh veggies for an easy weeknight dinner or office lunch.
Couscous Salad Recipe
Banana-Almond Butter French Toast Sandwiches
Breakfast sandwiches make us want to dance around the kitchen–especially when our panini press is involved. But you don’t need a press to make this sandwich. Just cook it in a frying pan with some cooking spray, and press on it with the back of a spatula. Presto! (Get it?!)
Banana-Almond Butter French Toast Sandwiches Recipe
Deep-Dish Mushroom and Onion Pizza
Feta, Green Onion, and Asparagus Frittata
Farro salad gets a refreshing crunch from fresh radishes and carrots—perfect for crisp early Autumn nights on the porch.
Carrot-Farro Salad Recipe
Two-Tomato, Basil, Goat Cheese Frittata
Rice and Bean Bowl
This satisfying rice and bean bowl can be made with ingredients you likely already have in the pantry. Packed with protein, this hearty meal is sure to leave you full and satisfied, without having to break the bank. Make it ahead of time and pack a couple containers to have several meals prepped in advance.