Where to go when you need ideas, inspiration, meal plans, or recipes
Gina means it when she says "Healthy dishes that don’t sacrifice any of the flavor that can be found in their full-fat origins." Plenty of info for specialty diets, her organization scheme is incredibly easy to navigate, and I love her emphasis on seasonal cooking. I haven't tried any of her free meal plans yet, but please let me know if you do. They look scrumptious, flexible, and even include a grocery list!
Large collection of tasty, easy recipes with an international flair. Hearty main dishes, easy sides, and tasty desserts. Searchable by specialty diet, meal, or food category. Be sure to try Urvashi's Butter Chicken recipe, even if you don't have an Instant Pot.
This amazing community of chefs, bakers, food bloggers, and average people have created an expansive compilation of mouthwatering treats and eats. From "quick and easy" to more in-depth and detailed, this site has it all! Plus, you can join their community to submit your own recipes if that floats your boat.
One of my favorite sources of easy, natural, gluten-free, keto, and low carb recipes. The best part is, they all have 10 ingredients or less! Even if you aren't following a low carb or gluten free diet, Maya's recipes are still worth checking out. She provides information on the keto way of eating, such as how to get started, if you are curious about it. She also provides a great organization scheme as well as meal plans, but I believe she charges for those.