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For all intents and purposes, Melt is butter. Rich, delightful butter. The stuff that can turn pancakes into a religious experience, or corn into mouth-watering moments of silence. In fact, Melt is so much like butter, that it’s a direct 1:1 ratio. And that means no measurements, no calculations and no revisions. Just replace the old with the new. The bad fat with the good fat. The butter with butter (made from plants).

All Recipes

Gluten-free Spaghetti ala Norma

While traveling in Sicily, my husband and I discovered Spaghetti ala Norma, a pasta dish made with tomatoes, fried eggplant, ricotta cheese, and fresh basil that quickly became a favorite. Originating in Catania, located on the east coast of Sicily,...

Stuffed Bell Peppers

This gluten-free Stuffed Bell Peppers recipe is a favorite in our house during the depths of winter: cozy, delicious, satisfying. Stuffed Bell Peppers shine as a side dish for a dinner party or can be eaten as a simple, filling supper. This recipe is...

Cauliflower Kale Rice

Cauliflower Kale Rice is a flavorful, versatile, and hearty side dish for any holiday dinner, or in our case, as an excellent breakfast meal served with poached eggs on top. Ingredients 1 head cauliflower, coarsely chopped 1 onion, finely chopped 2 ears of...

Creamy Au Gratin Potatoes

Creamy Au Gratin Potatoes is my husband's favorite dish. The creamy cheese sauce and the tender potatoes in this classic French dish combine to make a deliciously addictive experience. It is the perfect side dish with roasted pork loin or beef tenderloin,...

Gourmet Spicy Kraut

Canning, pickling, and freezing are all worthy methods for preserving your garden’s bounty, but fermenting your gorgeous surplus of vegetables is even better. When performed correctly, raw fermentation is a miracle of nature with infinite possibilities for...

Best of the Summer Coleslaw

I love enjoying homemade coleslaw year-round, but coleslaw is truly a quintessential summer potluck dish. What I love most about this recipe is the use of 3 types of vinegar for nuanced flavor and combining Melt® Organic Mayo with organic, plain, full fat...

Grilled Rosemary Sea Salt and Vinegar Beet Chips

Instead of French Fries, try grilling these Rosemary Sea Salt and Vinegar Beet Chips as a colorful, flavorful, and more nutritious complement to your grilled meats and vegetables. Dipped in roasted garlic blended in yogurt, these beet chips are a fun...

Gluten-Free Carrot Cake

Gluten-Free Carrot Cake made with Melt® Organic icing is an easy favorite AND it’s made with HALF of the sugar. Ingredients: Cake batter (per layer): 1¼ cups honey butter ½ cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 large eggs 1½ cups carrots, grated ½ cup...

Gluten-Free Banana Blueberry Loaf

This gluten-free Banana Blueberry Loaf recipe is excellent whether or not you are avoiding wheat. Neither I nor my husband could tell that this wonderfully moist and satisfying bread had not been made with wheat flour – except for the lack of digestive...

How to Make Lacto-Fermented Garlic

Raw garlic cloves can be harsh to eat. Eating raw garlic cloves upsets my stomach because of their intense heat. Enter lacto-fermented garlic! Naturally fermented garlic is an excellent way to enjoy raw garlic with all the enzymes and nutrients...

Sweet & Crunchy Brussels Sprouts

This recipe is a fun, vegetarian variation for Brussels sprouts. It’s a perfect alternative to all of the heavy foods we have been eating over the holidays. This recipe is adapted from the Food Network and serves 4. Ingredients 1 pound Brussels sprouts,...

Bolognese Meat Sauce with Spaghetti Squash

Winter is here and this authentic, hearty, wonderfully flavored Ragù – as the Bolognese call their celebrated meat sauce – is perfect after a long day in the cold. The difference between an acceptable Bolognese sauce and an excellent one is simmering the...