Wraps To Go With Hummus and Curry

For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, wraps are a fun and fast way to dine— perfect for today’s busy families. This simple and savory recipe is inspired by East Indian flavors. Cooking for a crowd? Make a build-your-own buffet.

Basic Shashuka

Originating in Tunisia and Morocco, this dish of poached eggs in a flavorful cumin-spiced tomato sauce is served as breakfast throughout the Middle East; makes a hearty lunch or dinner, too.

Hot Quinoa Cereal

This nutty, protein-packed seed is a great gluten-free source of fiber, antioxidants and magnesium.

Delicious Yogurt Parfait

The Yogurt Parfait makes a nutritious breakfast, snack or dessert. To get the best yogurt and granola, read the labels. Select granola and yogurt with the lowest added sugar content. Look for yogurt with live probiotic/yogurt/active cultures.

Cinnamon Maple Granola

Wake up and taste the sweet crunch of homemade granola – guilt-free! Stir into yogurt, or mix with fresh fruit and milk of your choice, for a snack that feels like an indulgence.

Busy Morning Breakfast Bites

Ricotta is a great way to enjoy dairy. Lower in fat and higher in protein than hard cheeses, ricotta is high in minerals such as potassium, calcium and magnesium – helpful in reducing blood pressure.

Cinnamon Oatmeal Breakfast Squares

This breakfast sticks to your ribs for hours and makes a great breakfast on the go as well as a snack for later in the day. Cover with foil and they’ll keep all week long! Serve with yogurt and fruit.

Quick & Healthy Breakfast Burritos

Add a little zest to breakfast with this south-of-the-border-inspired dish. It takes just minutes to make and everyone can create their own burrito!

No-Knead Seedy Bread

Reluctant to make your own bread? Ours is an easy, crusty, whole wheat bread that adds nutrition to any meal or snack. No kneading and only six ingredients!

Watermelon Feta Cubes

Sweet and savory in one mouthful, this refreshing summer treat will be a favorite!

Easy Tzatziki

Use this recipe to top your favorite fish or chicken dish.

Creamy Walnut Dressing

Use this dressing to dip your favorite cut of red meat such as beef or lamb.

Basic Vinaigrette Dressing

The benefits of making your own dressings far outweigh the wee bit of time it takes to prepare them. Our versions are tastier, healthier and allow you to control the calories—all for a fraction of the cost of store-bought.

Salsa Dressing

The benefits of making your own dressings far outweigh the wee bit of time it takes to prepare them. Our versions are tastier, healthier and allow you to control the calories—all for a fraction of the cost of store-bought.

Avocado and Yogurt Dip

The benefits of making your own dressings far outweigh the wee bit of time it takes to prepare them. Our versions are tastier, healthier and allow you to control the calories—all for a fraction of the cost of store-bought.

Simple Dill Yogurt Dip

Whether you’re at home or on the go, having cut up fresh veggies and a delicious dip on hand makes it easier to choose to eat healthy. Enjoy this dip with cherry tomatoes, celery, snap peas, radishes, cucumbers, sweet peppers, mushrooms, carrots or broccoli for a snack that keeps you full and feeling guilt-free.

Tamari Roasted Almonds

The earthy, slightly salty flavor of these nuts is an easy way to enjoy a crunchy, healthy snack. Perfect for backpacks and lunch boxes.

Sicilian Cake

An alternative to pound cake that uses cornmeal for a denser taste and olive oil instead of butter. Serve it with seasonal fruits or lemon curd.

Gingersnap Pumpkin Custard

If you haven’t had your fill of pumpkin yet this season, this is a great dessert that is full of flavor and fiber. If you don’t have 8 ramekins, mini loaf ceramics work as well.

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