If cheese cake was health conscious it would probable include açaí berries and that is just what we have done in this recipe by paring our favorite smoothie fruit with our favorite easy to make dessert.
Morel mushrooms, like many other varieties of mushrooms, have been used for their health benefits for centuries. Best of all, you can reap these healthy perks while simultaneously enjoying their phenomenal flavor in a good meal.
This strawberry, apple, and açaí fruit crisp is loaded with antioxidants, fiber, protein, and even beneficial minerals, including magnesium, potassium, and zinc. Extremely easy to make and low in sugar, this is a surprisingly healthy dessert.
Sultry isn't a word often used to describe food, but that is exactly what this version of a rich demi-glacé is. Made with a reduced bone broth and further flavored with black truffle carpaccio, this elegant reduction is a beautiful addition to grilled, seared, or roasted meats.
Vegan soft-serve "ice cream"? This treat is as healthy as it is delicious. Made with coconut milk, mango, and açaí, this frozen treat is packed with nutrients and extremely low on the sugar scale—and whatever sugars are present are from 100% naturally-occurring in the raw honey and fruit varieties.
Looking for ways to use our truffle carpaccio? Well you have officially just what you are looking for. The black truffle and burrata pizza is an easy to follow and light prep recipe that allow you to get the most of your beautiful black truffles and feed the whole family
Truffles are an incredible delicacy, but just why are they so expensive? It goes beyond their pungent aroma and unmatched flavor. There is actually a multitude of reasons why this fungus is so pricey.
Quick-roasted brussels sprouts and morel mushrooms are so simple. By boiling them first, the roasting time is cut down drastically and the dressing adds a slight sweetness and a bit of tang, which works beautifully with the earthy mushrooms and spicy chorizo.
Saffron, oranges, and cream are a timeless mix of culinary flavor often used for ice creams and gelato in many parts of the world. For this recipe, we gave it a little twist with the beloved crème brûlée. We love the way the silky smooth tastes when infused with orange and saffron.
This beautiful appetizer can be sipped, shot, or served with a spoon. The delicate truffle flavor shines when paired with the simple ingredients like potatoes. It is made with truffle carpaccio, which can be blended into the recipe to flavor every bite and used atop as an unexpected garnish.