In Israel, salads like this are everywhere– they are even served at breakfast. Cut the tomatoes, cucumbers, and onions into small pieces for the best flavor and presentation.
These are a decadent delight– perfect for parties and holiday get-togethers!
This creamy spinach dip is so full of flavor you won’t believe how simple it is to prepare. Serve with chopped fresh vegetables, crackers, or sliced French or pita bread.
My friend Debbie Brodsky introduced this delicious recipe to The Scramble. You can make endless variations—Debbie makes hers with egg whites and chopped bread or cooked pasta. You can also use whatever vegetables you have on hand or prefer in your omelets, like mushrooms, jalapeño peppers, or seeded tomatoes, or swap the Cheddar cheese for Swiss or mozzarella. These are also excellent when reheated for a quick and healthy breakfast for you or the kids.
With a consistency similar to tapioca pudding, chia pudding packs a nutritional punch with omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, fiber, and protein. We love it for breakfast with fresh or frozen berries mixed in (make a double or triple batch and you’ll have breakfast ready for the week!), or as a dessert with an extra drizzle of maple syrup.