In the Kitchen
You can have your cake—and microwave it too—with this mug cake recipe. Most baked goods are full of...View the Recipe
Coleslaw can be kind of gross.
When you buy it packaged it’s sometimes way too watery, all of those vegetables soaked for way too long in some kind of unrecognizable creamy concoction.
Make it yourself and everything changes. It’s bright, crisp, and colorful.
This recipe calls for just five whole food ingredients, and then the dressing is a simple oil-vinegar-citrus combo that keeps it light and zesty.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
Fresh spring carrots, green onions, and snow peas are paired with nutrient-powerhouse Napa cabbage: The cousin to kale delivers antioxidants, fiber, and important vitamins like C and K. Serve the crunchy, zesty slaw alongside burgers, fish, or almost any other protein.