10 Millennial Recipes That Actually Have Staying Power
It’s no secret that millennials are food-obsessed—just look at every carefully staged, perfectly lit shot of avocado toast on Instagram. But while it’s all too easy to make fun of whatever kimchi-topped grain bowl is all the rage with the kids, we admit that they might be on to something. When it comes to food, millennials are big on exploring other cultures and focusing on heath (with a few indulgent treats for good measure)—both trends we’ll happily emulate. Here are ten millennial recipes that we’ll be making for years to come.
About as #basic as it gets. But oh-so delicious.
Warm Kimchi Bowl With Spicy Broccoli and Sesame-Scallion Wild Rice
For millennials, kimchi is the condiment of choice, and with good reason—the Korean side of fermented, pickled cabbage gives everything a spicy, briny kick.
Cacio e Pepe Brussels Sprouts
This recipe is a multitasker, combining two millennial favorites—cacio e pepe, a simple pasta dish with cheese and black pepper, and roasted Brussels sprouts.
Green Machine Smoothie Bowl
This perfect breakfast is super healthy, totally Insta-ready, and includes prime millennial ingredients like avocado and matcha powder.
Baked Sweet Potatoes with Garlicky Kale and Almond Butter
Kale? Check. Sweet potatoes? Check. Almond butter? Check. It’s the big three of millennial ingredients.
Overnight Oats with Almonds and Blueberries
We love the overnight oats trend: a healthy, hearty breakfast just waiting to be eaten in the morning.
Blue Cheese Bacon Macaroni and Cheese
Millennials are all about elevated versions of comfort food, and we are here for it.
Sweet Potato Quinoa Salad with Cherries, Goat Cheese and Candied Walnuts
How did we live without quinoa salad? (Psst: Do you know about the trick to make it taste even better?).