Soft dinner rolls with garlic and herbs—super delicious spread with Red Pepper & Honey Butter. Try them for weekly dinners or special occasions and holidays.
A rustic, lightly sweet, and cake-y cornbread brushed with butter and honey—perfect for holiday meals and celebrations of all kinds.
A simple, comforting, spiced dessert made with pears. It’s next-level good topped with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and the crunch of Orange Granola.
One of the best ways to take care of yourself throughout a busy week is to make sure you have crudités (basically chopped, raw veggies) prepped and chilling in the fridge. When you want a snack or a plant-powered lunch, grab some hummus, pesto, or any dip you like and eat the rainbow. Also, it […]
This is a go-to sauce for wood-fired pizzas (try this dough) or even Pizza- Style Zucchini. See the Variations accordion below to change up the flavor profile, but don’t underestimate the delicious power of simplicity. You really only need two ingredients for a delicious pizza sauce: tomatoes and sea salt!
A delicious, fun, easy, and super-customizable meal for everyone at the table. Be sure to read the Toppings accordion below to select your toppings and to see what you can prepare in advance. There are some fun suggestions in there—one of our favorite combos is Easy S&P Lentils with Italian Sausage Seasoning, Easiest Pizza Sauce […]
Seared and crisp veggies, sticky brown rice, sweet and tangy citrus sauce—this recipe will become a menu rotation favorite. See the Good Food Cooking Tips and Substitutions accordions below for time saving tips and remix suggestions.
This is an unusual but delicious way to prepare lentils if you want to add “meatiness” to a meal or Tomato Sauce. By using the Maillard reaction to caramelize the exterior of the lentils, you bring out their best flavors like inherent notes of black pepper and umami. Think beyond soups and stews when it […]
Colorful roasted veggies with Crispy Salt & Pepper Lentils, drizzled with Tahini Dressing—one of our favorite main-meal combinations. This is also a great recipe to use any leftover florets you have from making Cauliflower Steaks.
We call this recipe Cauliflower “Steaks” because it’s fun, but if you don’t want to fuss with cutting “steaks” out of cauliflower, you can simply roast florets, or just slice the largest pieces that you can. No matter the size they’re cut to, this recipe is delicious and a great way to practice your knife […]