Smoothies are filling, quick and easy to make, and great for breakfast or lunch. Throw a bunch of tasty, good-for-you stuff in a blender, hit the button, and, voila! A delicious and nutritious meal or snack.
No one knows for sure where in Mexico this wildly popular tequila-based cocktail was invented, but it’s definitely a great reason for a party. Thanks to SpringpadFood, you can celebrate National Margarita Day on February 22 in style! Check out our 5 favorite marg-inspired recipes…
Few people can resist the chocolate silkiness of Nutella. With the Springpad app, you can access all of the most mouth-watering Nutella recipes in one convenient notebook, Nuts About Nutella. Here are a few of the notebook’s tastiest recipes…
With Thanksgiving upon us, now is the time to think about food, family and how long a turkey has to defrost before it’s cooked. And also — who’s coming for dinner? We’ve heard there are a few mothers-in-law out there who are just about impossible to impress.
Thankfully, the culinary experts at Breville used Springpad — one of Time Magazine’s Top 50 Apps of 2012 — to save and share their favorite recipes that will impress even your pickiest family members. Try some tradition mixed with new spices and tastes, like cardamom, chard and kale, for an unforgettable holiday meal.
Though undeniably healthy, spinach doesn’t have the best reputation among vegetables, a lightly bitter green that takes some finesse to prepare correctly. Thankfully, Springpad users have saved and shared tons of spinach recipes that are simple to make and more importantly, delicious! Here are our favorites:
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about recipes, table decorations and travel plans. Planning your Turkey Day early means you’ll spend less time stressing and more time enjoying your November traditions. From grocery shopping to guest lists, we’ll help you get organized now so that your Thanksgiving dinner is all about what’s really important: family, friends and food.
I hope everyone’s Thanksgiving was great – and delicious – I know mine was! Even though December doesn’t start until Tuesday, but more of the week’s in December than it is November! Plus, I love the month of December – it’s the best of the holiday season. So this week, because I’m embracing the (near) start of winter, I’ve got a bunch of warm, delicious recipes to try!
The day before Thanksgiving means crowded airports, crowded supermarkets and last minute cooking. The key to successfully preparing a Thanksgiving dinner (besides, of course, quality ingredients) is the kitchen tools.
Also on the list and very cool (but maybe not necessary) – a stuffing cage for cooking the stuffing inside of your turkey!
What are your last minute Thanksgiving tips?
Because Thanksgiving’s on Thursday I’m trying recipes the rest of the week that have nothing to do with the holidays… until after Thursday, when we’ll be living off of leftovers for ages. I’m excited to try a couple new recipes, and I do love this holiday!
Even though last week’s salad was delicious, I’m pretty much transitioned into winter foods now. I’m sad to see the warm weather officially go, but my recipes this week look fantastic, so I’m still pretty excited!
Bruschetta chicken Spring the recipe!
Butternut squash, sage and parmesan pasties Spring the recipe!
Chicken cilantro pot sticker veggie soup Spring the recipe!
Open-face grilled goat cheese panini with sundried tomatoes and herbs
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Chipotle mac and cheese Spring the recipe!
And for a special treat
Luscious caramel banana pie Spring the recipe!