21 Yellow Recipes to Brighten Up the Table
Butternut & Sage Pappardelle
Cheesy squash pasta is one of the coziest comfort foods of them all – and the vibrant colors of this one are totally instagrammable!
Recipe: Try our Butternut & Sage Pappardelle
Rosemary Corn on the Cob
There's nothing wrong with giving an old favorite a new flavor twist, especially when it's this easy.
Recipe: Try our Rosemary Corn on the Cob
Yum-o yellow eggs topped with savory red salsa and cilantro sure is nice to look at... and even better to eat!
Recipe: Try our Speedy Migas
It doesn't matter what the weather looks like outside. This breakfast guarantees a morning of sunshine.
Recipe: Try our Coco-Mango Waffles
Yellow Tomato Spaghetti with Buttered Almond Breadcrumbs
Swap out traditional red cherry tomatoes for yellow ones! You'll get that same Italian flavor you love, but with a fresh new look.
Recipe: Try our Yellow Tomato Spaghetti with Buttered Almond Breadcrumbs
Give this fun food mashup a go – it's sure to bring some pizazz to any meal of the day.
Recipe: Try our Carbonara Frittata
Steak & Migas Tacos
Bright and spicy, these breakfast tacos will put a spring in your step.
Recipe: Try our Steak & Migas Tacos
Chicken Skillet Ratatouille
There's nothing like a good ratatouille recipe. And when it's made in a hot skillet with multicolored veggies? You can't beat it!
Recipe: Try our Chicken Skillet Ratatouille
Maybe you've taken a stab at spaghetti squash, but have you ever tossed it over pizza? Use the squash in place of shredded cheese, and substitute tomato sauce for creamy ricotta.
Recipe: Try our Spaghetti-Squash Pizza
This zesty, chilled soup is the perfect excuse to use all of our favorite yellow foods, like yellow tomato, yellow bell pepper, and lemon!
Recipe: Try our Sunny Gazpacho
Croque Monsieur Casserole
You can thank Dijon mustard and handfuls of shredded Gruyere for this casserole's yellow hue.
Recipe: Try our Croque Monsieur Casserole
Mix some corn with cilantro, parmesan, chile powder, and lime juice to create this sunshine-y side.
Recipe: Try our Mexican-Style Corn
Mac 'n' Cheese Patties
These tasty patties are perfect for anyone who has leftover macaroni in the fridge... or anyone looking for a unique new recipe!
Recipe: Try our Mac 'n' Cheese Patties
Spiced Chickpea Smash
Smashed chickpeas are sometimes used as a vegetarian alternative to chicken salad. This variation calls for lots of spices and herbs, so you know it's gotta be good!
Recipe: Try our Spiced Chickpea Smash
Yellow Squash Soup with Parm & Herbs
This soup is for anyone who loves zucchini – the popular veggie and yellow squash are food cousins! Add some butter and grated parmesan to this soup to make it extra creamy.
Recipe: Try our Yellow Squash Soup with Parm & Herbs
Spicy Egg Salad
This easy egg salad gets its spiciness from a dollop of horseradish and a little yellow mustard. In other words, its got a kick, but its mild enough for anyone to enjoy.
Recipe: Try our Spicy Egg Salad
Turmeric Mashed Potatoes
This golden-tinted side is fun to make because you get to use two different kinds of potatoes, plus mustard seeds, yogurt, and half-and-half.
Recipe: Try our Turmeric Mashed Potatoes
Carbonara with Saffron & Shrimp
Saffron is bright red, but tends to give the foods its cooked with a yellow hue. It's also known to give shrimp pasta crazy-good flavor.
Recipe: Try our Carbonara with Saffron & Shrimp
Parippu (Sri Lankan-Style Yellow Lentils)
This Asian-inspired dish is for coconut lovers! This recipe also calls for coconut milk, coconut oil, and coconut cream!
Recipe: Try our Parippu
Sweet & Savory Spaghetti Squash
Brown sugar and honey bring the sweetness, while grated parm, Italian seasoning, and vegetable broth keep things savory in this kinda-healthy meal.
Recipe: Try our Sweet & Savory Spaghetti Squash
Corn & Kielbasa Chowder
Not only will this sunny and hearty soup brighten your day, it'll also warm you from the inside out!
Recipe: Try our Corn & Kielbasa Chowder