These unfussy recipes—for a crustless quiche, a dazzling fruit salad, an a.m.-appropriate cobbler and more—take about as long to prep as it takes for a pot of coffee to brew.
By Lynn Andriani
The Fruit Salad to End All Fruit Salads
Fruit salads can be boring, but not this one from the new cookbook Grain Power. It has three parts (fruit, crunch, dressing), so you get a variety of textures and color. You can use whatever fruit you'd like, from kiwis to strawberries to canned pineapple to berries. Cooked quinoa adds a fantastic nutty element, and the dressing is a simple combination of the juice from the pineapple can, and that of a lime.