Raw Rainbow Veggie Noodle Salad with Peanut Dressing

With warmer weather comes lighter cravings, and this incredibly fresh Pad Thai-inspired salad has been one of our go-to meals this summer.
Vegetables like carrots, cucumber, and cabbage are thinly sliced or “noodled” and tossed in a bright, citrusy pe…

Raw Rainbow Veggie Noodle Salad with Peanut Dressing

With warmer weather comes lighter cravings, and this incredibly fresh Pad Thai-inspired salad has been one of our go-to meals this summer.

Vegetables like carrots, cucumber, and cabbage are thinly sliced or “noodled” and tossed in a bright, citrusy peanut dressing with a kick thanks to red pepper flake. It’s like summer in a bowl. Let us show you how it’s done!

This 30-minute noodle salad begins with making the sauce, which is inspired by Thai flavors.

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Creamy Mango Lassi Smoothie

When eating out, I’m often unable to enjoy the chai latte and mango lassi on menus because they contain dairy. So it was only a matter of time before I tried my hand at dairy-free versions of each. (Check out our favorite dairy-free chai!)
This 5-ingre…

Creamy Mango Lassi Smoothie

When eating out, I’m often unable to enjoy the chai latte and mango lassi on menus because they contain dairy. So it was only a matter of time before I tried my hand at dairy-free versions of each. (Check out our favorite dairy-free chai!)

This 5-ingredient lassi smoothie combines frozen ripe mango, creamy coconut milk, tangy coconut yogurt, lime juice, and optional honey (or maple syrup) to sweeten. 

I also share which mangoes are best for lassis (in my experience), and how to pick, ripen, and slice mangoes!

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Dragonfruit Smoothie Bowls

Vibrantly colored and boldly flavored, this dragonfruit smoothie bowl recipe is topped with delicious crunchy pistachios, shredded coconut and dried goji berries. Smoothie bowls are a thing of beauty, beautiful to look at, sure, but also satisfying to eat. The crunchy toppings give them a unique texture that’s missing from normal drinkable smoothies (and let’s […]

Vibrantly colored and boldly flavored, this dragonfruit smoothie bowl recipe is topped with delicious crunchy pistachios, shredded coconut and dried goji berries.

Smoothie bowls are a thing of beauty, beautiful to look at, sure, but also satisfying to eat. The crunchy toppings give them a unique texture that’s missing from normal drinkable smoothies (and let’s be honest, the crunch is the best part!)

Dig in to this bright and flavorful Dragonfruit Smoothie Bowl!

Melissa’s was far too generous when they sent me fresh dragonfruit for that shrimp taco recipe I posted a few weeks back. I had half a dozen fruits left and needed to something with them quickly before they went bad.

After a bit of thought, I figured I had three options: Smoothies. Sorbet. Or jam.

Ultimately I went with smoothies, or smoothie bowls to be specific, which are thicker fruit smoothies that you eat with a spoon. This particular smoothie bowl is made with pink dragonfruit (for color, mainly—it’s mostly flavorless on its own), mango, raspberries and banana as the main fruit base, with a bit of lime juice and ginger for an extra bright flavor.

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3-Ingredient Tropical Trail Mix

Do you like to travel, take road trips, or go on hikes?
If you’re like us and are always in need of a snack but don’t like what most airports and convenience stores have to offer, make your own!
We like to take this trail mix on adventures…

3-Ingredient Tropical Trail Mix

Do you like to travel, take road trips, or go on hikes?

If you’re like us and are always in need of a snack but don’t like what most airports and convenience stores have to offer, make your own!

We like to take this trail mix on adventures and find that it is perfect for fueling us between meals. Plus, it’s made with just 3 ingredients and only requires 20 minutes and 1 pan!

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This 2-Ingredient Mix-In Will Upgrade Any Sorbet

A Big Little Recipe has the smallest-possible ingredient list and big everything else: flavor, creativity, wow factor. Psst—we don’t count water, salt, black pepper, and certain fats (specifically, 1/2 cup or less of olive oil, vegetable oil, and butte…

A Big Little Recipe has the smallest-possible ingredient list and big everything else: flavor, creativity, wow factor. Psst—we don't count water, salt, black pepper, and certain fats (specifically, 1/2 cup or less of olive oil, vegetable oil, and butter), since we're guessing you have those covered. Today, we’re making a spicy-sweet sorbet to beat the heat.


There comes a point in every summer—like, say, right about now—when even ice cream feels too heavy, too creamy, too much. In sweaty times like this, sorbet is at the ready.

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The Mango Cutting Video We Can’t Stop Watching

Are there any foods you love but find yourself avoiding in your own kitchen due to hassle, mess, or unreliability? Granted, getting your hands dirty is par for the course in the kitchen. But some people would rather avoid the mischief, the mistakes tha…

Are there any foods you love but find yourself avoiding in your own kitchen due to hassle, mess, or unreliability? Granted, getting your hands dirty is par for the course in the kitchen. But some people would rather avoid the mischief, the mistakes that certain ingredients beget.

For me, that food is mangoes. Don’t get me wrong (not even for a second!), I love them. They’re sumptuous and velvety and sweet in a way that makes me feel like a kid again, but I sometimes—sometimes!—find them a bit messy. I have to be prepared when I eat a mango, you know? It's not an apple, for crying out loud. If I'm going to eat a mango, I have to lay down a cloth towel and roll up my sleeves and carve out 10 minutes for the sucker. Mangos require my attention.

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Mango “Burrito” Bowls with Crispy Tofu and Peanut Sauce

Think of these sunny mango bowls as a Thai spin on your favorite burrito bowl. They’re refreshing and hearty, sweet and savory, and my new favorite summertime…

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vegan mango tofu rice bowls

Think of these sunny mango bowls as a Thai spin on your favorite burrito bowl. They’re refreshing and hearty, sweet and savory, and my new favorite summertime dinner.

These bowls were inspired by my Thai mango cabbage wraps, which are such a fun appetizer. I’ve added rice and shredded the cabbage to turn them into a more hefty dinner.

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These bowls feature perfectly cooked brown rice and shredded cabbage topped with crispy baked tofu, fresh mango salsa and peanut sauce. None of the components are difficult to prepare, and the combination is irresistible.

You could make these bowls on a relaxed weeknight, or save them for the weekend. Invite friends over, or keep your leftovers for tomorrow’s lunch. You can’t lose with this one.

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Homemade Fruit Popsicles – Strawberry, Orange, & Mango

These homemade fruit popsicles are the ultimate summer treat. The layers of mango, orange, and strawberry taste as amazing as they look, and they couldn’t be easier to make. Who’s ready for a frozen treat?  At my house, summer time mea…

These homemade fruit popsicles are the ultimate summer treat. The layers of mango, orange, and strawberry taste as amazing as they look, and they couldn’t be easier to make. Who’s ready for a frozen treat?  At my house, summer time means pool time. And we’re in Florida, so it sure gets hot out there. My...

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