Grill Grrrl encourages women to learn to grill by featuring “healthy, simple and creative recipes on the grill.” In this post, Grill Grrrl gives us a recipe for smoked tuna dip that she says will impress your friends as a Superbowl appetizer.
Mix It Up offers a “mouth-watering assortment of good-for-you recipes,” prepared by a teenager and her mom. Here, Mix It Up makes chocolate banana muffins that taste “delicious to boot.”
A Family Feast shares “delicious, kitchen-tested family recipes for everyday meals and special occasions” In their family, “a great meal is one way that we show our love and caring to family and friends.” In this post, A Family Feast cooks up a recipe made with whole wheat couscous, lentils for protein, and a healthy serving of vegetables, including red onion, mushrooms, and tomatoes. The dish can be served as a vegetarian meal or a side dish for two.
Dinners, Dishes & Desserts is a blog by a family-oriented Colorado mom with a desire to share her recipes and try new things. Here, she shares a Greek recipe for pastitsio casserole that is creamy with traditional Greek spices of cinnamon, nutmeg and allspice.
Food Babbles is a mom of three, life-saver, baker, dessert-maker, amateur photographer, and “just a girl with a huge passion for good food.” In this post, she makes a pizza with Stonefire Garlic Naan bread, rosemary-infused goat cheese sauce, and rosemary-roasted cauliflower and garlic.
The Adventures of MJ and the Hungryman are a husband and wife superhero-inspired team who combine their “powers” of cooking and bottomless eating in the kitchen. Here, the team melts together the flavors of roasted vegetables, “nutty” quinoa, and “ooey-gooey” cheese for sweet potato quinoa lasagna.
The Cooking Actress comes from Italian and German descent and has grown up with a range of food influences. In this post, she uses brown sugar, oat flour, browned butter, toasted pecans, and sea salt to bake “exceptional” chocolate chip cookies that taste “AHHHMAZING.”