Some are sweet, some are sour, which is why cherries are go-to ingredient for bakers and jam-makers.
For an extra kick of flavor, sprinkle this spicy-smoky dish with quartered Kalamata olives. ...read more
Candying nuts in the oven is a snap when you coat them with a mixture of egg white, sugar, and spices. The nuts keep well in a sealed glass jar, so you might want to make extra for future salads. Candied nuts for dessert? Simply omit the thyme, salt, and pepper in the Candied ...read more
Most reductions call for simmering in an open pot, but in this recipe the saucepan is covered to steam and plump the dried fruit. The extended cooking time allows enough liquid to evaporate to achieve a thick sauce. Serve over ice cream or vanilla yogurt sprinkled with toasted ...read more
“I love to prepare as many fresh, vegan whole foods as possible, but sometimes I crave something sweet and creamy, so I always keep a stack of really good comfort food recipes, like French toast,” says Brooke Jones. This recipe is a variation on a go-to brunch dish she’s been ...read more
Ground flaxseeds do double duty as both an egg replacer and a nutty flavor enhancer in these waffles. We’ve called for almond milk, but any nondairy milk can be used. ...read more
A light lime syrup harmonizes the flavors of the fruits in this salad. Use whatever fruit you have on hand, but if you plan to use apples, pears, or bananas, add them just before serving so that they don't brown. If you want to add carambola (star fruit), look for fruit that is ...read more
Keep some of this sweet-and-sour sauce in a microwavable bottle in the fridge so you can warm it and drizzle over vegetarian sausages, baked sweet potatoes, quinoa, or couscous. ...read more