This medley of great flavors, colors and textures will leave your sandwich-holding colleagues drooling with envy. This is exactly the sort of meal you’ll spend all morning looking forward to. Store salad and dressing separately; combine them just before leaving the house (or ideally, just before serving).
These creamy kid-friendly chia pudding cups are naturally sweetened and loaded with healthy ingredients like chia seeds, fruit and seed butter. To vary the flavor to your liking, use your favorite pureed fruit or no-sugar added fruit preserves. Store in the refrigerator up to 3 days.
This nut-free sauce is a perfect complement to both Beef Satay and Veggie Spring Rolls. Make it ahead or while the meat marinates. For a peanut-free sauce, use sunflower seed butter instead of peanut butter.
Seasonal vegetables and fruit make the best salad in a summertime supper. Spices heighten the flavor of this melon salad recipe and add extra anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant polyphenols, beneficial for digestive and bone health.
This veggie-centric wrap is a bundle of delicious flavors, textures and colors—and it’s ultra-healthy. The hummus and grilled vegetables can be prepared in advance. Assemble the wraps on the day of your picnic.
This crowd-pleasing recipe ups the ante with a punchy pesto, salty cured meat and exciting vegetables. Cherries provide just the right amount of seasonal sweetness.
These simple cookies are thick, brownie-like and loaded with chocolate chips. Sweetened with coconut sugar and free of grains, dairy, nuts and peanuts, they’re the ultimate grain-free cookie. Store cookies in an airtight container at room temperature up to 4 days. For best results, do not replace the egg in this recipe.
This savory salad, a good accompaniment to a range of entrees, is a tasty mixture of sautéed or roasted eggplant chunks, plum tomatoes, vegetables and olives.
Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and dates make hearty flatbread crackers that are incredibly satisfying. This recipe can be made egg-free; see instructions.
For best nutrition, use baked banana chips instead of fried. When camping, keep these gluten-free energy balls in a cooler until eaten.