Felix named this dish himself. He isn't the biggest fan of broccoli, but this dish disguises it enough that he loves to eat it.
This recipe is easy to make with kids -- Let them peel and mash the banana!
If you've got more winter squash than you can shake a stick at, here's a recipe to give you some new tastes.
This parfait features layers of pears, vanilla yogurt and granola.
Heather and Felix join forces to make the Feather Dip, a cheesy salsa dip.
You can cut the cinnamon raisin bread into fun shapes and then top them with cream cheese and apples for a fun snack.
Why buy chocolate pudding from the store when you can make it yourself? Heather Tallman shows Felix an easy and delicious recipe for the dessert.
Indiana University is taking food waste from its dining halls and composting it for fertilizer.
Low fat frozen yogurt thickens this banana and strawberry smoothie.
Heather Tallman shows Felix how to make his own after-school snacks. These roll-ups are quick to prepare and taste delicious.
The mustard universe is a lot bigger than the bright yellow bottle perched in your refrigerator door.
Impress your friends with these delicious vegan potstickers!
You don't need to go out to have tasty falafel. Make it at home quickly, easily and on the cheap.
This dish is a perfectly sweet ending to any holiday meal. But be patient -- it takes an hour for them to get nice and baked.
Earth Eats is celebrating strawberry season today with a fresh take on strawberry shortcake and a recipe for a better-than-a-cobbler summer berry grunt.
This homemade protein bar recipe is a hot favorite with my family and friends. Thanks to my oldest sister for teaching me how to make it!
Try making the Gluten-free crust to go with this hearty vegetable pot pie.
Yes, baking bread can become enjoyable and therapeutic. It's really true what you hear: There is nothing like homemade baked bread!
KFC released their new Double Down "sandwich" to stores across the country today. Earth Eats took the sandwich for a taste test so you wouldn't have to.
Earth Eats talks with Joel Salatin, the proprietor of Polyface Farm, who calls himself a "Christian Libertarian Environmentalist Capitalist Lunatic Farmer"