Content tagged with “Brunch” (Page 7)
Fresh Pea Soup
Soups like this play up the best qualities of peas, yet mask any falling-off from perfection.
Warm Dandelion Greens
Here, peppery-tasting dandelion greens are simply sautéed with olive oil and garlic and then tossed with balsamic...
Fruit Cup with Marsala Sauce
Nothing looks more handsome than a bowl of jewel-bright fruits: glistening red berries, burnished plums, blueberries...
Other berries or combinations of berries, such as blueberries, blackberries or gooseberries, are also excellent in this...
Yogurt replaces most of the whipped cream of a traditional fool, and rosewater imparts a delicate hint of fragrance.
Instead of cantaloupe, you may also use Persian, Crenshaw or casaba melon in this refreshing ginger-infused soup.
Iced Cucumber-Lemon Soup
You can substitute dill, cilantro or basil for the mint in this refreshing cucumber-lemon soup. An easy way to make...
Chard & Feta Tart
Fragrant lemon zest, briny olives and salty feta balance the bitterness of the dark leafy greens in this Greek-inspired...
Draining yogurt yields a pudding-like texture. Stirring in a lemon-infused blueberry compote adds tons of flavor—and...
Creamy Date Porridge
Dates, oats and dark brown sugar turn into a decadent breakfast treat in this creamy porridge.
Au Gratin Potatoes
We use flour-thickened low-fat milk combined with a modest amount of tangy sharp Cheddar to make a creamy cheese sauce...
Malted Banana Smoothie
Take a trip to the malt shop with this healthy smoothie recipe that's a twist on an old favorite.
Dutch Apple Bread
Here we replaced butter and whole eggs with canola oil and egg whites, substituted buttermilk (or yogurt) for sour...
Cranberry sauce isn't just for turkey dinner; here it's stirred into slightly thickened vanilla yogurt for a...
Tangy cranberry sauce and tart Granny Smith apples are topped with a walnut topping in this simple crisp.
Choose the reddest rhubarb stalks you can find for this fool.