A sweet potato can teach an apple a thing or two about the last course. Usually reserved for savory dishes, sweet potatoes are truly a delight in desserts.
Inspired by Anna Thomas’s Love Soup Green Soup recipe, our Get Your Greens In soup is the perfect dish if you’re looking for a delicious and nourishing way to add more nutrient-dense greens to your diet. If you’ve been overindulging and want to give your body a break from rich, heavy foods, make a pot of this soup and eat it over a couple days for a gentle, nourishing cleanse.
This comforting Southern favorite tastes like a cross between cornbread and creamed corn and is a delicious, sweet side dish for a hearty meal. Traditional corn pudding uses lots of eggs and a fair amount of butter. A healthier and more compassionate approach to creating the light, fluffy texture of the pudding is to use garbanzo bean flour and cornmeal. Together, they thicken the non-dairy milk-based sauce without cholesterol or saturated fat, and add a dose of protein to boot. Garbanzo bean flour can be found in most healthy grocery stores and in the healthy aisle of many traditional grocery stores.