Roasted pears, apples, and parsnips come together in this simple winter soup: Pear and Parsnip Soup with Walnuts from The 52 New Foods Challenge.
A close relative of the carrot, parsnips are a good source of fiber, folate, and Vitamin C, but they can be a tad bitter (aka challenging for kids to try). Paired with roasted pears and apples, and garnished with toasted walnuts, parsnips transform into a delicious winter soup. Just remember to […]
An easy + delicious no bake holiday dessert: Chocolate Avocado Pudding (aka The Chocolate Rocket)
I have to admit, I was skeptical the first time we tried to make pudding with avocado. To our great surprise we fell in love. The creamy texture of this delicious chocolate avocado pudding is so amazing, and the taste so delicious, that it’s making a feature on our holiday sweet table this year. Bonus, it’s no bake and good […]
Parents around the world have been creating delicious dishes inspired by The 52 New Foods Challenge. It’s your turn to vote!
The best part of The 52 New Foods Challenge is seeing a community come together to make a difference—big and small—which is why each week I’m thrilled to share stories and recipes from tables around the world, inspired by the book. To […]
Thanksgiving leftovers are synonymous with the classic turkey sandwich, but in honor of The 52 New Foods Challenge we’re mixing it up and trying our favorite Thanksgiving leftovers recipes in a new way: for breakfast!
This week on Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution we’re featuring a roundup of our favorite #52NewFoods inspired breakfast ideas that will have your whole crew eating happy + healthy […]
Oatmeal is boring at breakfast, until you make it a treasure hunt!
Around the holidays, my house is stocked with homemade dried fruits and nuts. A fun way I like to feature them is with Hidden Treasure Oatmeal. My favorite combo is made with our homemade Sour Cherry Blasters (recipe in my new book), dark chocolate, coconut, and walnuts. My kids love digging to the bottom of the bowl […]
These salty, savory Roasted Edamame Pop’ems are little protein powerhouses so you (and your kids) can snack happy and healthy at the same time!
Give your holiday snack table a boost of goodness this season. These Roasted Edamame Pop’ems are one of our favorite healthy snacks anytime of year, but they’re particularly great when you need to ward off unhealthy snacks around the holidays. They are best served warm, right out of the oven.