Brown rice syrup is a sweetener made from rice starch.
Because bulgur and couscous can be used interchangeably in a variety of Mediterranean dishes, the two are often confused. The difference? Bulgur is ground whole wheat, while couscous is a type of (tiny) pasta. This stovetop pudding can be served hot or cold. ...read more
There's no better way to showcase ripe, juicy summer tomatoes than with this sauce. Seeding the tomatoes takes only a minute or two and makes all the difference. It keeps the sauce sweet—the seeds can be slightly acidic—and prevents it from becoming too watery. ...read more
Take cherry flavor to the max with this healthy crumble. The filling is sweetened with cherry juice and dried cherries, while the topping is made with whole-wheat pastry flour. (Note: If you want to use tart cherries in this recipe, add 1/2 cup brown rice syrup to the filling ...read more
30 minutes or lessThis snappy, user-friendly recipe comes together in just minutes, providing a cooling bite for a heated main course. To gild the lily, garnish this sweet with fresh raspberries since they are coming into season. Offer this with a fruity herbed tea and vanilla ...read more