Posts by

Kristen Rasmussen

Containing a blend of aromatic spices, these baked croquettes are a delicious, nutritious, and low carbon replacement to meat or cheese-based varieties. Serves 4.

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Refreshing, yet filling, this salad can be eaten warm or at room temperature. Pair with a side fruit or vegetable, such as cabbage slaw, for a balanced plate. Serves 4.

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Mildly spiced, this vegetable and bean-based curry is quick, simple, and warming. Pair with a whole grain such as brown rice or quinoa for a balanced plate. Serves 4

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This recipe is vegetarian yet still uses classic ingredients. Pair with a side fruit or vegetable, such as jicama salad, for a balanced plate. Serves 4-6.

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Have your cake and eat your healthy fats too with this moist and nutty dessert

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The rich tahini sauce perfectly complements the winter squash while providing heart benefits through oils in the sesame seeds.

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Packed with flavor and heart-healthy mono- and polyunsaturated fats, this spread is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Makes 2 cups.

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Fermented foods, such as kimchi, contain probiotics that support digestion. Fermenting at home can be intimidating, but with a little experience, you can let the microbes do the work for you!

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The heart-healthy benefits of fish get an added boost when paired with the garlic found in this fresh chimichurri sauce. Makes 4 servings.

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Caramelizing the onions in olive oil provides rich flavor and helps boost absorption of lycopene, a cancer-preventing compound found in tomatoes. Crispy, garlicky breadcrumbs top it off perfectly.

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