Avocado flesh is dense and creamy, the perfect base for smoothies, sweet drinks, and desserts. This recipe is gluten free, and can easily be transformed into a vegan lower-fat version, too.
Start a cold January off with a soup made from slow-cooked, sweet, and savory ingredients. Puree roasted garlic, caramelized onion, butternut squash, and burnt eggplant together for a flavorful soup.
Dukkah is an Middle Eastern condiment made from a mix of herbs, nuts, and spices. Think of it as savory granola. Stir it into hummus or dip, sprinkle it on bread with a bit of olive oil and bake until crispy, or use it to add a crunch to roasted veggies or a salad.
Spatchcocking a chicken allows the bird to be flattened allowing the meat to cook more quickly and thoroughly. Don't be intimidated by the name, with this step-by-step guide you can easily master this kitchen skill and have your honey-glazed Cornish game hen roasting in no time.
Almond milk, sweet cherries, and cocoa powder disguise three cups of spinach in this kid-friendly green smoothie.
Warm and creamy with a punchy celery taste, there's nothing like homemade cream of celery soup. Serve it with a big hunk of warm bread or an apple and blue cheese grilled sandwich.
Winter veggies languishing in your fridge? Dress them up by roasting, chopping, and tossing them in a salad.
Serve these stuffed peppers as a side dish with shish kebabs or a vegetarian main course.
Swap mozzarella sticks for these zucchini fries. Baked instead of deep-fried, they're still coated in a crispy, crunchy layer of breading.
This roasted butternut squash soup has a smooth taste and a touch of hot chili to warm up frigid winter nights.
Lentils cooked with an international mix of spices and aromatics and topped with poached eggs make a satisfying vegetarian lunch, light supper or, a robust breakfast.
Chock full of vegetables and a little bit of creaminess from the sour cream, this hearty soup will help you greet the coldest days of winter.
Make a fun, kid-friendly dinner with this Italian take on classic Sloppy Joes. Serve up your Pizza Joes with a Caesar salad for a quick crowd-pleasing meal.
Collard greens for New Year's Day is a Southern tradition in the hopes for a prosperous New Year.
The perfect cornbread – moist with a fine, consistent crumb, crispy edges, just the right amount of smoky sweetness and a hint of sage.
From chocolate chip cookies, to bundt cakes, to easy pasta meals, Stir It Up! readers love their comfort food. Here are the Top 10 readers' choice recipes from 2014.
Hoppin’ John is a Southern dish of black-eyed peas and rice traditionally served on New Year’s Day.