A perfect example of vegetarian fare that's elegant and delicious, this one-pan brunch dish is both healthy and simple to prepare. View recipe.
This easy, supertasty dish will become a new brunch favorite on Easter -- or any day at all. Roasting the garlic in water makes the cloves meltingly soft and buttery. View recipe.
A lovely, special addition to Easter morning. Serve these buttery treats warm, paired with slices of fresh melon and chilled hibiscus tea mixed with sparkling water. View recipe.
A comforting entree studded with seasonal spring vegetables. For best flavor, be sure to use high-quality Parmesan cheese and freshly toasted pine nuts (or, for a more economical choice, slivered almonds). View recipe.
Spring never looked better than in this inspired, light Easter meal. Fresh nasturtiums add a bright, peppery flavor; just be sure to use flowers cultivated especially for culinary use, or those you've grown organically in your garden. View recipe.
Rhubarb, a springtime favorite, dresses up these lightly sweetened mini-cakes. A preliminary maceration (marinade) in sugar helps set the rhubarb and strawberries' bright red color. Great with a dollop of fresh cream, too. View recipe.
This sweet treat bursts with flavor from oranges, lemon, and fresh ginger. It makes a refreshingly light finish to any Easter brunch or dinner. View recipe.
Happy Easter! These vegetarian recipes for Easter brunch or light meals feature beautiful, seasonal ingredients for a memorable celebration.
wish the recipes would be written out one after the other without opening up separate windows.
This would be a great help and time-saver.
Understandable! But embedding each recipe in our current "gallery" function (with the photos) makes them much less easy to print ... and we want to be sure you can keep them for future use. Clicking on the link gets you to a printable page.
could you show al the dishes on one page then we can choose which we want to look at further for their recipe?
not user friendly, the page jumps around too much
Yes, we can do that! In fact that's the approach I took with the Passover recipes -- here's the link; let me know if this is what you mean: http://newhope360.com/food-and-beverage/healthy-and-gluten-free-passover...
I do like galleries because then we can also highlight our beautiful photos (and many readers say that a photo helps them choose whether to make something) ... but we'll be glad to mix it up with this format as well. Thanks for commenting!
Please bring back the hard copies of this publication or at least somewhere I can get a pdf file of the old hard copy