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This fuss-free dinner is made entirely on one sheet tray so you can spend more time eating and less time cleaning. Get the recipe.
Lemon + Brussels sprouts + breadcrumbs = the perfect trio of flavors and textures to spice up your weeknight pasta routine. Get the recipe.
Did you know that it's peak avocado season? Take advantage of it and make this refreshing salad made with avocado, shrimp, and sliced almonds. Get the recipe.
Although this tart may look like a ton of work, it's actually pretty simple. The hardest part will be cutting the citrus into nice rounds, but after that it's a breeze. Get the recipe.
This hearty salad (made with salty olives and crunchy sunflower seeds) is the perfect recipe to highlight all of the peak-season broccoli popping up in farmers markets. Get the recipe.
This simple weeknight pasta is bulked up with cauliflower, sausage, and red onions to make it both flavorful and filling. Get the recipe.
If you love French onion soup, you'll love this chicken seasoned with all of the same flavors. Topped with melty cheese, it's peak comfort food. Get the recipe.
Roasted artichokes are super easy to pull off and make the perfect side dish for entertaining or snacking on while watching Netflix. Get the recipe.
Fresh grapefruit gives these buttery scones a bright, zesty flavor that takes them to a whole new level of deliciousness. Get the recipe.
A simple weeknight pasta jazzed up with fresh kale, lemon zest, and red pepper flakes. What could be better? Get the recipe.
This salad is not only vegetarian, but vegan, too. It swaps out the traditional anchovies and parmesan for tahini, giving the dressing a creamy texture without having to use any cheese. Get the recipe.
Roasted beets give this show-stopping pasta its vibrant pink color and a delicious earthy flavor. Get the recipe.
If you can't get your hands on fresh Key limes, feel free to use the bottled variety found in the baking section of most grocery stores. Get the recipe.
Make use of the first-of-the-season asparagus popping up in markets and make this cheesy asparagus bake that even asparagus haters will love. Get the recipe.
One pan and seven ingredients is all it takes to make this simple sheet pan chicken with creamy potatoes and bright lemon. Get the recipe.
Chocolate and orange is a match made in heaven, and these cookies are the perfect way to showcase the beloved flavor combination. Get the recipe.
If you've never tried roasted radishes before, you're seriously missing out. Once roasted, they get tender and milder — perfect for serving as a side dish. Get the recipe.
These potato skins, loaded with homemade carnitas, is your favorite bar snack taken to a whole new level. Sure, it takes a while to make carnitas in the slow cooker, but the payoff is totally worth the effort. Get the recipe.
This veggie-loaded breakfast is the perfect thing to serve a crowd. Everything gets baked on one pan, it's a cinch to throw together, and it'll please just about anyone. Get the recipe.
These crispy avocado fries are quickly made in an air fryer, but directions for baking them in the oven are also included. Get the recipe.
Cooking a whole side of salmon is an easy way to make an impressive main for guests, or for meal prepping on Sunday. This recipe bakes it with lime and cilantro giving it a bright, fresh flavor. Get the recipe.
This cake gets a bright pop of flavor from a homemade lime syrup — and it just happens to be vegan, too. Get the recipe.
These veggie-loaded breakfast burritos are the perfect thing to grab as you run out the door — and they're totally freezer-friendly, too! Get the recipe.
If you can't get your hands on blood oranges, feel free to use whatever oranges you can find. The cake will be just as tasty, only without the red color. Get the recipe.
This recipe uses chicken leg quarters instead of breasts so they stay nice and moist during the entire cooking process. Get the recipe.
The perfect burger recipe for both veggie lovers and die-hard carnivores. Get the recipe.
Using store-bought puff pastry makes these a cinch to throw together. They're impressive, savory, and make the perfect breakfast or afternoon snack. Get the recipe.
A homemade dressing made with orange juice, honey, and dijon mustard gives this salad a bright, peppy flavor — but you could use your favorite store-bought dressing in its place. Get the recipe.
Classic, zesty lemon bars are the perfect way to make use of winter lemons before they go out of season. Get the recipe.
Celery, carrots, sweet potatoes, and kale bulk up this soup and make eating your veggies a breeze. Get the recipe.
Prep these potatoes the night before, and get them started the moment you wake up. By the time brunch rolls around, they'll be perfectly tender and ready to serve. Get the recipe.
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