Perfect for dipping veggies into, slathering on a wrap, or tossing with warm, cooked pasta, homemade hummus is incredibly versatile. It takes just a few minutes to make and keeps very well in the fridge for several days. You can add all kinds of ingredients to change up the flavors, too. Some of our favorites include: extra garlic, roasted red peppers, sun dried tomatoes, and hot sauce to make buffalo hummus.
Easy, healthy, and full of great Tex-Mex flavor, this slow cooker tortilla soup recipe is perfect for busy weeknights. If you want to make this vegetarian, add an extra can of black beans instead of the chicken. This soup is a little spicy on account of the chilies.
This vegan mint chocolate chip smoothie takes only a few minutes to put together, includes spinach or kale, and tastes amazingly close to a dairy-free milkshake. Pair it with some healthy protein, like a side of eggs or cottage cheese, for the perfect breakfast!
This snack is one that my kids often beg me to make. It’s a really fun snack to put together so I normally comply. Plus, I love this snack too, and it’s a great excuse to enjoy some apple nachos myself.
Even better, my eight-year-old is kitchen-confident enough to make this apple nacho recipe herself and frequently does. All three of my kiddos love putting on their own toppings. You see, this is not just a healthy snack: it’s a snack-tivity (like, a snack and an activity combined into one awesome afternoon)!