Make your own jam the easy way with chia. The seeds’ binding power means you won’t need pectin—just a bit of sweetener (how much depends on the fruit). For blueberry jam, for example, add a few tablespoons of maple syrup or honey and 1/4 cup chia seeds to a few cups of berries and cook, stirring, over medium-low heat until it thickens. The result is so delicious and healthy. Use any fruit you like, or a combination; we love berries mixed with peeled and seeded stone fruits, like peaches or plums.
Your search for the perfect dessert is finally over, thanks to these strawberry-lime squares. This low-in-saturated-fat dessert is perfect for a cookout or picnic, and many of the ingredients are likely already in your kitchen. If you have honey, butter, and yogurt, you’re about halfway there. Just grab strawberries, graham crackers, heavy cream, and […]
Though it may seem like meat is always kind of expensive, you can totally cook a hearty, chicken dinner for just a couple bucks. The protein source is available in many affordable forms at the supermarket—take canned, rotisserie, cold cut, whole, or frozen chicken, for example. Most of the time, these products will cost you […]
Roasting a turkey is one of those things that seems really hard, but isn't actually that bad. Basically, it's like roasting an oversized chicken. As long as you follow the same general practices, scaled to size of course, you should be able to get a beautifully roasted bird on the table without a problem. Let's […]