Roasted Baby Artichokes

Simplicity matters and that’s why we love Michelle’s take on classic roasted baby artichokes. These babies make a great addition to any dish and can even be eaten alone with a simple squeeze of fresh lemon, like Michelle suggests.

Oven Braised Artichokes with Garlic and Thyme

Rustic flavors and artichokes go hand-in-hand in this recipe that calls for a garlic and thyme infused marinade that accentuates the sweetness of the artichokes.

Crispy Lemon Roasted Baby Artichokes

A finger food made out of artichokes? Count us in! These Crispy Lemon Roasted Baby Artichokes pack a nice punch and are zesty, salty and crunchy at the same time. Imagine potato chips without the guilt!

Chicken and Artichoke Panzanella

This Paleo-friendly dish uses just a few key ingredients–chicken, artichokes, and tomatoes–to create a juicy and flavorful dish with tons of added depth for your taste buds to appreciate.

 

Grilled Artichoke Stems with Tarragon Garlic Butter

Artichoke hearts get the majority of  attention, but did you know artichoke stems are an extension of the heart? This grilled recipe will have you viewing artichoke stems in a whole new light.

Artichoke Chive Pesto

Pesto is great on salads, sandwiches, and practically anything else you can think of! This Artichoke Chive Pesto is a fantastic and quick way to finish off leftover artichokes.

Baby Artichokes with Garlic and Tomatoes

Simple recipes don’t have to be boring! This Baby Artichoke with Garlic and Tomatoes recipe has a simple ingredients list that is aromatic and will compliment almost any dish.

Pumpkin Sweet Potato Buddha Bowl with Creamy Mustard Cashew Dressing

A Buddha Bowl is part salad, part cooked, and completely delicious! This healthy lunch option features an amazing artichoke dip that adds a great kick of fiber to this green meal.

Baby Artichoke Antipasto

Did you know antipasto means “before the meal” in Italian? Start your meal out right with baby artichokes and mozzarella balls. Light and tasty, this appetizer is sure to be a new favorite that will prep you for the main course!

Spinach and Artichoke Eggs Florentine

Are you a brunch time lover but want to try something new and on the lighter side? Give this Spinach and Artichoke Eggs Florentine a try–it retains the same brunch aesthetics but is a much healthier dish and is slightly less traditional.

Roasted Artichokes with Chorizo Dressing

Artichokes are often referred to as fresh, light, and flavorful. We agree, but we think this recipe has a remarkable chorizo dressing that compliments these fresh flavors. We don’t think you will ever look at artichokes quite the same way again.

 

Baby Purple Artichokes Fried in Olive Oil

Deep fried artichokes, need we say more? This is a super simple and amazing way to eat these delicious vegetables.

Artichoke and Asparagus Fritters with Olive Relish

There are only 3 simple steps to making these scrumptious Artichoke and Asparagus Fritters. Easy to prepare and perfect for an appetizer or a side, anyone who tastes these fritters will love them!

Artichoke with Baked Brie Sauce

Serving a memorable dish like this Artichoke with Baked Brie Sauce will not only make you a popular host, it will make your party memorable for all guests attending! How could anyone resist this cheesy and creamy treat?

Crab Stuffed Artichokes

Crab is possibly the most decadent and opulent thing you could stuff into an artichoke and is our favorite fancy fare to serve at dinner parties. If you can get your hands on some quality crustaceans, then consider this recipe the next time you want to treat yourself or some of your  lucky dinner party attendees.