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Featuring the best of spring produce– like asparagus, basil and broccoli, these green-inspired recipes are perfect for Earth Day and any spring day!
Classic asparagus risotto just in time for Spring! Made with fresh asparagus, shallots, arborio rice, and fresh herbs. Vegetarian and easily vegan.
Sure, there’s green in it. But it’s also one of the best lasagna recipes you’ll ever make. Homemade béchamel sauce, roasted squash, crispy garlic kale and fontina cheese. A MUST make.
Get the recipe: Butternut Squash and Kale Lasagna
Homemade pesto tossed with roasted Farmer’s Market vegetables and rigatoni. A must-make!
Make the recipe: Pesto Pasta
Two types of green! Roasted broccoli and pesto on pizza with peppers. A fun, delicious twist on pizza.
Make the recipe: Roasted Broccoli Pesto Pizza
Tastes so much better than any canned variety! Creamy broccoli soup– with the option to add cheese. Pairs great with crusty bread or easy Instant Pot No-Knead Bread.
Make the recipe: Creamy Broccoli Soup
Creamy shells with steamed broccoli, a plant-based meal for both adults and kids. Easily gluten-free with gluten-free pasta.
Make the recipe: Vegan Macaroni and Cheese with Broccoli
Even if you think you hate kale, you’ll love this soup recipe. A 5-star rated Tuscan Kale Soup with orzo, fire-roasted tomatoes and vegetables. Pair with crusty bread for a simple, healthy green dinner.
Make the recipe: Tuscan Kale Soup
Kale covered in parmesan cheese and a caesar dressing– what could be better? This is the most delicious way to eat your greens.
Make the recipe: Kale Caesar Salad
Kale me crazy, but I think this simple farro salad may have made farro one of my new favorite grains. A wonderful side dish to whatever protein you’re serving.
A healthy weeknight, one-pot dinner with Spring vegetables and creamy green curry sauce.
Spring Vegetable Thai Green Curry
Baby kale, Marcona almonds, strawberries, manchego cheese in lavender, and poppy seed dressing. It’s pretty simple to throw together, yet steals the show with its bright, juicy, creamy pairings.
Make the recipe: Strawberry Kale Salad
This asparagus and pea salad is so bright and delicious! You’ve gotta try it! Toasted bread croutons with steamed asparagus, pea shoots, feta and lots of mint.
Make the recipe: Spring Panzanella Salad
This dairy-free, vegetable soup is perfect for Spring or Easter. Gluten-Free and Vegan.
Make the recipe: Pea and Asparagus Soup
Spring Vegetable Gnocchi! This vegetarian gnocchi recipe is delicious and easy! If you are looking for a new way to enjoy gnocchi, you’ve gotta try this veggie gnocchi recipe. Made with green asparagus and peas.
Make the recipe: Spring Vegetable Gnocchi
Getting started in the kitchen can be overwhelming, especially if you’re not sure where to begin. That’s why it’s important to start with the basics.
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced cook, these recipes will help you develop your cooking skills.
17 Basic Recipes Every Home Cook Should Know How
These high-protein vegan meals will leave your taste buds happy and your stomach full. Perfect for meal prep or busy weeknight dinners!
High Protein Plant-Based Meals
Looking for simple dinner ideas? Try these 21 easy pasta recipes, perfect for any weeknight.
21 Easy Pasta Recipes for Date Night In
A backyard garden can help to put a significant dent in rising grocery costs. According to the National Gardening Association, the average garden produces $600 annually. Even accounting for the average $70 spent per household on gardening supplies, that’s an average return of $530.
These are the best vegetables to grow to help with rising food costs.
Best Foods to Grow in Your Backyard
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