Chocolate Avocado Mousse
Use simple whole-food ingredients to prepare a low-fuss, creamy, lick-the-bowl-clean dessert.
Enhance your yoga diet with recipes featuring delicious, good-for-you nutrients: Here, a variety of dishes to enjoy at home or bring to a get-together. No one said healthy eating had to be boring.
Use simple whole-food ingredients to prepare a low-fuss, creamy, lick-the-bowl-clean dessert.
Rich in antioxidants and loaded with protein, this smoothie bowl will help you strong-arm anxiety beginning with the very first bite.
This great pre-yoga snack is packed with antioxidants to usher you into a zen state of mind while fueling you with energy.
Discover all the delicious healing foods that are your gut’s best friend, like this Soothing Golden Latte.
This simple, nourishing rice porridge recipe can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and is easily customized depending on your Chinese medicine practitioner’s recommendations.
The perfect complement to warm-weather days, this crowd-pleasing meal cooks quickly and can be eaten hot, at room temperature, or chilled.
Protein-rich peanut butter, creamy yogurt, and cocoa powder form the base of these pops; chopped salted nuts add a savory crunch and an immune-boosting dose of magnesium.
We blended and froze yogurt, granola, and berries to come up with the perfect summer breakfast.
These these powerful fungi can boost your immunity, control blood sugar levels and reduce inflammation within the body. And they have a rich, buttery and meaty flavor, which means you won't even miss the bacon in this hearty "BLT" sandwich.
This veg version of this classic Vietnamese soup is bursting with healthy veggies swimming in a rich, umami mushroom broth.
This colorful root-based dish is a healthy replacement for starchy foods and makes a great snack, side dish, or shared plate.
Work-from-home lunches just got better with this nutrient-dense, delicious dish.
This vastly underused pseudo-grain tastes amazing with brain-healthy, antioxidant-rich berries.
Warm up with a lightly spiced bevvy that boosts memory and soothes stress.
This simplified version of chicken tacos with classic mole—a savory cocoa-based sauce—gets a boost from dried ancho chile peppers. Not up for grilling? Sub in a store-bought rotisserie chicken or your favorite veggies.
This colorful raw dessert will brighten any brunch.
You can make this versatile veggie soup as chunky or as smooth as you like, and, if you cook it a little drier, it makes a fantastic side dish as part of a bigger curry feast.
Quick-braising can be an ideal method for cooking cool-weather greens, but make sure to select sturdy varieties such as kale, collards and escarole. Here, fiber-rich kale is simmered with broth and caramelized shallots.
Brighten up your morning routine with this super green take on pancakes which can be topped with avocado, cottage cheese, and chili sauce.
This healthy take on mac and cheese from Jamie Oliver's first vegetarian cookbook, Ultimate Veg, features leek, broccolini, and spinach with a crunchy toasted almond topping.
This frittata is filled with yummy, good-for-you green veggies — asparagus, green onions and baby mixed greens — for a super healthy meal.
This bright, festive, vegan dish will look beautiful (and taste even better) at your next gathering.
Your guests will never even know that this Indian-inspired version of the 70s' classic cake is completely vegan.
Looking for the ultimate vegan dish for your next potluck? This cozy, comforting dairy-free take on classic Mac and Cheese is always a crowd pleaser!
Warm up this winter with a hearty soup from "the Yoga Plate" by Tamal & Victoria Dodge.
Yogurt and cream combine to create this extra-velvety mousse. We suggest opting for organic and/or pasture-raised dairy whenever possible.
This gorgeous tart uses coconut milk for its luscious, non-dairy filling and peanuts for a flavorful crust without using wheat flour.
This fall, enjoy vibrant, nourishing meals packed with colorful superfoods and satisfying proteins like this Riced-Broccoli Buddha Bowl.
This fall, enjoy vibrant, nourishing meals packed with colorful superfoods and satisfying proteins like this Sweet Potato Hash with Sunny-Side Up Eggs.
Ashtanga Yoga teacher, Kino MacGregor, founder of Omstars, loves to share a plate of edamame cakes when dining at vegetarian gastropub Soul Tavern in her home city of Miami Beach.
In her new superfood cookbook, Jennifer Iserloh invites readers to transform nature’s most powerful ingredients into nourishing meals and healing remedies.
Yoga teacher Coral Brown can't get enough of local eatery, Oberlin, in Providence, Rhode Island. Here, owner and chef Benjamin Sukle shares his inventive spin on caesar salad.
Parched after a tough workout or a day in the sun? This refreshing, low-calorie beverage cools as it hydrates. Bell pepper is rich in vitamin C, while goji berries add protein and loads of antioxidants..
Try this recipe if you’re craving a bowl of sweet-and-sour Asian noodles but want to skip the gluten bomb. Veggie noodles pack extra nutrients into your diet, and you can serve leftover sauce with broccoli for a tasty afternoon snack!
Variety is one of the easiest ways to make meals more pleasurable, and this is a far cry from the same old steamed broccoli of your past. Harissa, an African chili paste, adds a kick, but you can also use sriracha or your go-to tomato salsa. Synonymous with love and the heart, rose petals add crunch and beauty, making this dish a sensual pleasure to behold.
This Ayurvedic dal soup recipe is tri-doshic and has warming spices to help your body transition from winter to spring.
Learn how to make smooth and creamy cashew cream to spread across your morning bagel breakfast or top your evening dessert.
Switch up your evening pasta for a delicious and nutrient-dense veggie bowl.
Learn how to make homemade almond milk in fifteen minutes.
Top your classic salad favorite with creamy homemade Caesar dressing.
A hormone-balancing diet requires healthy digestion, stable sugar levels and a well-functioning liver. Let us show you how to get back in balance naturally.
Kick-start your day with this rich, creamy matcha smoothie instead of coffee to avoid disruptive caffeine highs and lows.
Rotate the seeds in this flaxseed cracker based on where you are in your menstrual cycle to see added benefits.
This jicama and pomegranate slaw is going to quickly become one of your favorites.
Yoga teachers Tias and Surya Little, founders of Prajna Yoga in Santa Fe, New Mexico, share their favorite meal for supporting health and vitality.
These soup recipes were created to promote harmony with each bite. Choose the one that’ll help you find balance this holiday season.
Need some inspiration for your holiday spread? These gluten-free protein muffins are made from almond and coconut flours and taste like a guiltier pleasure than they are.
This Ayurvedic soup recipe, from Sahara Rose Ketabi's new cookbook, Eat Feel Fresh: A Contemporary Plant-Based Ayurvedic Cookbook, will bring your Ajna (Third Eye) Chakra into balance with ingredients and hues that relate to each of the seven major energy centers.
This Ayurvedic soup recipe, from Sahara Rose Ketabi's new cookbook, Eat Feel Fresh: A Contemporary Plant-Based Ayurvedic Cookbook, will bring your Visuddha (Throat) Chakra into balance with ingredients and hues that relate to each of the seven major energy centers.
This Ayurvedic soup recipe, from Sahara Rose Ketabi's new cookbook, Eat Feel Fresh: A Contemporary Plant-Based Ayurvedic Cookbook, will bring your Anahata (Heart) Chakra into balance with ingredients and hues that relate to each of the seven major energy centers.
This Ayurvedic soup recipe, from Sahara Rose Ketabi's new cookbook, Eat Feel Fresh: A Contemporary Plant-Based Ayurvedic Cookbook, will bring your Svadhisthana (Sacral) Chakra into balance with ingredients and hues that relate to each of the seven major energy centers.
This Ayurvedic soup recipe, fromSahara Rose Ketabi's new cookbook, Eat Feel Fresh: A Contemporary Plant-Based Ayurvedic Cookbook, will bring your Manipura (Solar) Plexus Chakra into balance with ingredients and hues that relate to each of the seven major energy centers.
This Ayurvedic soup recipe, from Sahara Rose Ketabi's new cookbook, Eat Feel Fresh: A Contemporary Plant-Based Ayurvedic Cookbook, will bring your Root Chakra into balance with ingredients and hues that relate to each of the seven major energy centers.
Looking for a healthy alternative to top your Ayurvedic Soup? This Cashew Sour Cream from my new cookbook, Eat Feel Fresh: A Contemporary Plant-Based Ayurvedic Cookbook, will bring you into balance with ingredients and hues that relate to each of the seven major energy centers.
Spice up your fall with this flavorful recipe.
The yoga teacher and endurance sports coach shares her favorite granola recipe that you’ll love to eat before or after yoga, bike rides, hikes, and more.
Budig, host of YogaGlo's new series, Better Than Takeout, shares her simple recipe for quick and healthy pancakes.
Stock up on spring greens to put together this simple yet delicious salad from Natasha Rizopoulos, founder of the Align Your Flow vinyasa system.
Sadie Nardini, wellness expert and founder of Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga, shares her recipe for vegan, gluten-free glazed donuts. Satisfy your sweet tooth and bask in the benefits of her star ingredient: antioxidant-rich matcha.
Yoga teacher Kathryn Budig loves to get inventive in the kitchen. Her latest creation, a crave-worthy carrot “bacon,” puts a vegan spin on the classic BLT.
A slow cooker can be the perfect tool to help you rebuild, particularly after the stress (and splurge) of the holidays. Use it to load up on antioxidant- and nutrient-rich meals from chef and holistic health coach Jennifer Iserloh.
All the yoga and weight-bearing activity in the world will be for naught if you’re not bathing those new bone cells in the right nutrients. Learn how and try this Mediterranean-inspired meal from chef Jennifer Iserloh.
Yoga teacher Noah Mazé offers his favorite scone recipe to share with loved ones over the holiday.
Yoga teacher Elena Brower, author of the new journal Practice You, shares her go-to meal—a versatile mix of quinoa, seasonal veggies, avocado, egg, and miso dressing. Nourishing and delicious, make extra for a quick anytime meal.
Bring something new to the table this Thanksgiving with these fresh takes on holiday favorites.
Still throwing away food despite your best intentions? Chefs and dietitians share their tips and recipes to help you get closer to a zero-waste kitchen and bring new life to those leftovers, food scraps, and stems.
Assemble an appetizer platter with creative dips and crudités that go way beyond ranch and carrot sticks.
Aside from being delicious, tea is a hydrating and simple way to give your body the extra little something-something it needs. Plants and herbs have been used medicinally for centuries, and teas are a soothing vehicle for their therapeutic power. Take our quiz to find out which tea you most need in your life.
This kale salad is simple, redeeming, and delicious by design. It’s a great picnic salad, or more realistically, a great pack-for-work or dinner-after-indulgent-vacation salad. Don’t skip the celery—it’s a totally underrated component that offers some necessary crunch. Kale, quinoa, dried cranberries, almonds, and a mustard-spiked lemon dressing make for a wholesome and delicious salad.
These irresistible, coconut-dusted granola “bites” are lightly sweet, with a delicious combination of oats, nuts, and seeds inside. They are essentially my no-bake granola bars (a popular recipe on my blog) in ball form. I’ve learned that rolling the oats mixture into balls is way easier than slicing them into bars. Plus, they’re more portable this way.
Here’s a simple chickpea salad that I could eat every single day. It’s bursting with fresh Mediterranean flavors, thanks to chopped bell pepper, parsley, red onion, and celery. Lemon and garlic take it from tasty to transcendent. This salad packs well, so it’s perfect for potlucks and picnics. It’s also a great lunch option, so long as your serving is large enough. You can also pile it onto greens and drizzle some Liquid Gold Salad Dressing on top for a quick and substantial green salad.
Make these island-inspired treats with popsicle molds and sticks, or nix the sticks and use the frozen-fruit concoction as ice cubes in punch, 'ade, or iced tea.
For a smoother soup, peel your grapes: Slice a small X shape in the bottom of each grape and blanch in boiling water for 1 minute until skins start to peel away. Drain and let cool, then slip off skins.
This classic French salad is a go-to at our house. We prefer canned, sustainably caught tuna in water, or fillets of tuna in olive oil, instead of fresh tuna, which is milder in flavor.
This olive-scallion tapenade is great on toast or used as a dip.
This fennel salsa recipe is healthy and perfect for evening gatherings with friends.
This Nasturtium Pesto recipe is delicious and good for you, too!
You’ve done the hard work and patiently cultivated your nutritious ingredients. Now comes the fun part: using them in these tasty, spa-inspired recipes!
The combo of eggplant, fennel, tomato, and saffron—a mix common to Mediterranean and Provençal cuisines—delivers fresh flavor and myriad nutrients. The shrimp add satiating protein.
Homemade quiche, with its deliciously flaky pastry plus protein-packed filling, makes the perfect dish for a weekend brunch with loved ones.