You’d Never Guess This Tasty Green Bean Casserole Is Vegan + Gluten-Free

Traditional holiday casseroles, full of gluten, eggs, and dairy, are off-limits when you have dietary restrictions (enter extremely sad face here). If your family or friend group includes someone who is vegetarian, gluten-free, and/or picky (and thinks veggies taste straight-up like earth), then you’ll need to adapt a classic recipe so no one is left out of the feast. Follow along to learn how to make a green bean casserole from scratch, starting with the mushroom sauce, the beans, and the all-important onion topping — all feature a standard version plus simple substitutions for a vegan or gluten-free option!

Where does bean green casserole originate from?

According to Martha Stewart, green bean casserole became a future Thanksgiving staple with it's creating in 1955. After trial and error, Dorcas Reilly — Campbell Soup's home economist — used a can of condensed cream of mushroom soup to help create "the Green Bean Bake."

Why is it a well-loved Thanksgiving dish?

Green beans are arguably one of the easiest vegetables to cook and they tend to be filling. Given the fact Thanksgiving is a time for extended family to bond over dinner, green bean casserole is one of those dishes that don't require anyone to break the bank to make. It's delicious and fills bellies in heartwarming way.

What meals can be prepared alongside green bean casserole?

Since this can be considered one of your many Thanksgiving side dishes, finding appetizers and entrees to go with it is easy! Here's some of Brit + Co's top suggestions followed with recipe to make the best green bean casserole:

  1. Baked French Onion Meatballs
  2. Caesar Salad Wonton Cups
  3. Rosemary Pecan Goat Cheese Truffles
  4. Apple Cider Braised Chicken Thighs
  5. Instant Pot Paleo Beef Stew
  6. Roasted Turkey — of course!

Mushroom Sauce

(Makes sauce for 1 casserole)


  • 2 tablespoons of butter (or coconut oil)
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 4 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 12 ounces mushrooms
  • 2 tablespoons cornstarch (leave out for GF/vegan version)
  • 1/2 cup chicken stock (or vegetable stock)
  • 1 cup milk (or 1 1/2 cups almond milk)
  • 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese (or 1 head of cauliflower, chopped)
  • 1/2 teaspoon of salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper

Directions (for Traditional Sauce):

1. Heat butter in a large sauté pan over medium-high heat until melted. Add onions and sauté for 3-5 minutes until they are soft and cooked. Add in garlic and mushrooms. Sauté for an additional 1-2 minutes until fragrant, stirring occasionally.

2. Sprinkle with cornstarch, and stir to combine. Slowly add chicken broth, stirring until smooth. Stir in milk and let cook for an additional minute until thickened. Add in Parmesan cheese, salt, and pepper, and stir until the cheese is melted. Reduce heat to low until the sauce is ready to be tossed with the green beans.

Directions (for Gluten-Free/Vegan Sauce):

1. In a large pan, add cauliflower, almond milk, salt and pepper. Cook until the cauliflower is soft.

2. Once cooked, add the mixture into a blender (or food processor) and blend until very smooth and creamy.

3. In the same large pan, heat up coconut oil and sauté onions and garlic. Once the onions are transparent, add in mushrooms; cook for another 5 minutes.

4. Once the mushrooms are cooked, add the cauliflower soup back into the pan. Reduce heat to low until the sauce is ready to be tossed with the green beans.

Green Beans

(Makes enough for 2 casseroles)


  • 3 pounds green beans


1. Bring a large stockpot of water to a boil.

2. Meanwhile, chop off the ends of each green bean. Line them up or use kitchen scissors to make the process go faster.

3. To the pot of boiling water, add in the chopped green beans and boil for 3-5 minutes.

4. Drain the green beans in a fine mesh sieve, then run cold water over the beans to halt the cooking.

5. Transfer them to a separate bowl. Let sit while you prepare the onion topping.

Fried Onion Topping

(Makes enough for 1 casserole)


  • 1 onion, sliced toward the grain
  • 1 1/2 cups milk (or 1 1/2 cups almond milk)
  • 1 1/2 cups flour (or 1 1/2 cups coconut flour)
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon paprika
  • vegetable oil, for frying

Directions (for Standard Version):

1. Soak the onions in milk for 5 minutes.

2. In a medium-sized bowl, add flour, salt, and paprika. Stir to combine.

3. Take a handful of onions and toss them in the flour to coat.

4. Add vegetable oil to line the bottom of a pan over medium-high heat. Once hot, add in coated onions and fry in batches in oil for about 2 minutes, stirring as needed to brown evenly.

5. Drain on paper towels, then set them in a separate bowl until you’re ready to assemble your casserole.

Directions (for Vegan/Gluten-Free Version):

1. Soak the onions in almond milk for 5 minutes.

2. In a medium-sized bowl, add coconut flour, salt, and paprika. Stir to combine.

3. Take a handful of onions and toss them in the flour to coat.

4. Add vegetable oil to line the bottom of a pan over medium-high. Once hot, add in coated onions and fry in batches in oil for about 2 minutes, stirring as needed to brown evenly.

5. Drain on paper towels, then set them in a separate bowl until you’re ready to assemble your casserole.

Green Bean Casserole

(Makes 1 casserole; serves 8-10)


  • 1 batch cooked green beans
  • 1 batch mushroom sauce
  • 1 batch fried onions

Directions (for Standard Version):

1. Toss the cooked green beans in the mushroom sauce (can be directly in the pan), then pour into a casserole dish.

2. Top it off with your fried onions.

3. Bake in an oven at 375°F for 15 minutes or until heated through.

Directions (for GF/Vegan Version):

1. Toss the cooked green beans in the mushroom sauce (can be directly in the pan), then pour into a casserole dish.

2. Top it off with your fried onions.

3. Bake in an oven at 375°F for 15 minutes or until heated through.

Green bean casserole that will make everyone happy :) Both casseroles are pretty good! The mushroom sauces are almost identical in taste. However, be aware that the coconut flour fried onion does have a different flavor and texture that may take getting used to.


Learn how toLight It Up with our tips and DIYs that create new spins on old traditions. We keep the best but tweak the rest so you can have a memorable experience that’s uniquely you.

Show us your favorite recipe by tagging us on Instagram + using the hashtag #iamcreative! And be sure to check out more delicious recipes on Pinterest.

This post has been updated.

DIY Production and Styling via Kelly Bryden/Brit + Co; photos via Brittany Griffin/Brit + Co

Having super speedy dinner recipes on hand is essential for anyone, but especially when you're eating keto-friendly meals. On those days when you're too exhausted for words, you need a meal that will come together fast enough to keep you from reaching for a granola bar. Luckily, the high-fat, low-carb regimen was basically engineered for low-maintenance sheet-pan dinners. Grains and starchy vegetables may be off limits, but meat, low-carb veggies, and everything else you can eat on the diet cook to perfection in no time in the oven. These tasty recipes take hardly any time or effort to prepare and are totally fair game if you're Keto.

Sheet Pan Roasted Asparagus and Chicken With Chorizo

Spicy chorizo adds a ton of flavor to this simple, straightforward chicken and asparagus bake. (via Irena Macri)

Sheet Pan Blackened Tilapia With Zucchini

Since onions are high in sugar and carbs, you can't eat many of them on Keto, but this recipe uses a bit of onion powder to deliver the flavor without the stuff you can't have. (via Naive Cook Cooks)

Kielbasa and Green Beans With Edamame

Edamame's great for snacking on, but it's even better in this filling sausage dinner. (via The Decorated Cookie)

Cashew Chicken Sheet-Pan Dinner

If you're missing breaded chicken, this cashew-crusted chicken dish will totally satisfy that craving. (via Food Faith Fitness)

Pesto Chicken With Asparagus Tomatoes and Walnuts

This dinner is crunchy and extra nutty thanks to a hefty helping of pesto and chopped toasted walnuts. (via Cooking Classy)

Balsamic Chicken and Veggies

Marinated in Italian dressing and balsamic vinegar, this chicken recipe is zesty and a little bit sweet without any added sugar. (via Chelsea Messy Apron)

Caprese Hasselback Chicken

One of the best parts of the Keto diet is that you can still eat cheese, and this stuffed chicken dish has plenty of it. (via Low Carb Maven)

Brussels Sprouts, Eggs, and Bacon

You can eat this earthy egg number any time of day. Breakfast, lunch, dinner — you name it! (via Damn Delicious)

Sesame Chicken and Broccoli

If you're in the mood for takeout, throw this 30-minute dinner together instead. (via Kalyn's Kitchen)

Lemon Chicken With Parmesan Roasted Broccoli

Everybody knows that Parmesan roasted broccoli is the best. Pairing it with tender lemon chicken somehow makes it even better. (via Cooking Classy)

Asian Shrimp and Brussels Sprouts

Cooked in a mix of soy sauce, rice vinegar, and sesame oil, this shrimp dinner is packed with flavor. (via Kalyn's Kitchen)

Full Breakfast With Garlic Butter and Mushrooms

This English-style breakfast is great for brunch, whether you're Keto or not. (via Cafe Delites)

For more Keto-friendly recipes, follow us on Pinterest.

Lead image via Irena Macri

This post has been updated.

In the midst of the bitter Colorado cold, all I've been dreaming about is the warmth of springtime. As it continues to snow, I'm beginning to think Punxsutawney Phil was lying to us all... but a girl can dream, right?

Spring trends come and go, but warm weather dresses are forever. Free People dresses in particular are the *perfect* wear for sunny spring because they're often flowy, floral, and downright fun. These 22 Free People dresses are made for Sunday morning farmer's markets, basking in the sun on a picnic, and of course, frolicking blissfully through a flower field.

Let these styles guide you to the most whimsical spring wardrobe!

Perfect Storm Midi

This top-rated Free People dress is, as the name suggests, absolutely perfect. In terms of comfort, the bodice is supremely stretchy, so you can be sure it's not restrictive or a total sensory nightmare when worn.

The lacy bottom half on the maxi skirt is springtime's best BFF, as it's very breathable. Style the square neck super easily with your fave necklace, some statement bracelets, and chunky boots!

free-est Vintage Summer Midi Dress

This flowy dress allows you to shine as bright as the sun! The tie-front and oversized folded sleeves recall vintage dress styles, so you can embrace some throwback fashion on your next tropical vacation, date night, or picnic. This Free People dress is secured by a series of basic buttons that runs down the front to keep things looking polished.

For Love & Lemons Casey Maxi Dress

How romantic! This Free People dress is finished with a frilly floral lace that lines the entire corseted bodice and sides of the maxi skirt. With cap sleeves, an open back, and a soft silk material, this lightweight dress toes the line between formalwear and loungewear. It feels just the right amount of sexy for those moments you want to feel, well, sexy!

free-est Cerise Mini

We're convinced that this white cotton frock is straight from heaven. Its lightweight feel is met by some contrasting structure within the waistline, providing the ideal balance between formal and casual.

This mini dress' hem lands a little bit above mid-thigh, so you can count on it to be breathable and breezy throughout the spring and summer seasons. The fabric bows that tie off the sleeves make this Free People pick all the more trendy.

Bardot Kiah Corset Mini Dress

If you want to dress like you're in a fairytale, this floral mini is the style for you. Puff sleeves! A corset bodice! A perfectly bodied skirt! All of the details in this Free People dress work together to create a super soft girl vibe.

Whether you wear it with ballet flats or boots, you'll feel all the spring feels when you don this pink-ish piece.

free-est Summer In Capri Midi

This insanely soft midi dress will accompany all of this season's outdoor parties, picnics, and farmer's market outings. The 100% cotton construction means this number is undoubtedly breathable. It secures in the back with a big, beautiful bow you'll want everyone to see.

Taking Sides Maxi

This dreamy maxi dress instantly guarantees that you'll get the princess treatment. The ruching details, the open back, the adjustable straps, and the tiered skirt make up one easy, breezy dress that you can throw on in a jiffy when it starts to warm up! Plus, you can shop it in 11 other colors if this bright green isn't your thing.

I personally love maxi dresses because it means pants are entirely out of the picture (amen!), and you don't have to worry about them accidentally hiking up like mini dresses often do.

Cypress Lace Maxi

This style is more modest, but still perfectly flirty for spring. The casual cap sleeves feel more feminine, and the midsection hugs your bod in all the right (flattering) places! If you're caught up on the material, this Free People dress boasts nothing but a super-soft fabrication – the outer layer is lacy, but it's met with a silky smooth slip underneath to keep you comfy.

This style would look extremely cute with some tall cowgirl boots and an oversized denim jacket!

Tate Mini

The best part about this Free People mini dress is that you can be a beach girl or a city girl in it! It's fairly breathable, making it a great pick for layering over a swimsuit after a day full of sunning. On the other hand, the t-shirt-inspired silhouette makes this style easy to pair with other garments for a complete, out-on-the-town look for springtime.

I'd adore wearing this dress with white socks, black loafers, and a black jacket for an easy yet elevated ensemble.

Bluebell Maxi

I think the mismatched pattern on this dress really speaks for itself, and I don't care if florals for spring are overrated! Flaunting a tiered construction that goes above and beyond in terms of quality, plus some adorable bows that sit stop the shoulders, I would live in this dress every single day.

Since the eye-catching colors on this piece make a statement alone, there's no need to overthink how to style it. A simple spring sandal + some of your fave jewelry will do! If it's chilly out, just throw a basic cardigan on, and you're stylishly set.

Stacy Midi Dress

C'mon, ruffles! This loose-fitting Free People dress evokes whimsy, magic, and springtime comfort. The contrasting fabrics on this dress (heavy-knit jersey up top, a gauzy cotton on the bottom) are a unique choice, and will definitely turn heads when you wear it. That skirt is 100% frolicking material.

Butterfly Babe Maxi Dress

This sweet maxi is the ultimate accompaniment to your spring date nights. Just look at that neckline!

A black dress always adds an air of mystery to your look, but the polka dots and lace trim make this style feel a tad more playful, which matches the energy of spring perfectly. Plus, this pick has a tasteful open back detail that's stylish but also practical for warmer temps.

Match with black ballet flats for a darling little outfit combo.

Make You Mine Mini

This Free People dress can take you from the office to happy hour in a cinch! The rounded collar and slightly puffed shoulders do lean on the formal side, but the printed floral pattern that runs along the sleeves and skirt undoubtedly make this pick more youthful.

It's made of 100% cotton, so your bod can breathe while wearing it. Plus, this dress isn't exactly form-fitting, so you can move very freely. This style def calls for some tall black boots and a statement belt as pictured!

Dottie Mini Dress

The spring season is time to take notes from French girl style, and this Free People dress hits the aesthetic right on the nail. It's dripping in coquettish details – bows left and right, lace trim following the necklace, and ruffled shoulders that all work to bring forth femme flair. I can just picture myself on a sunny cafe patio while wearing this dotted number, feeling cute AF.

It's Fate Midi Dress

This pick is springtime sunshine in a single dress. I love that the sleeves don't reach full-length nor short sleeve territory – the 3/4 length is just perfect and definitely gives this pick a very 90's vibe. The smocked waistline is subtly dropped to give shape to your silhouette, though you don't have to worry about a tight-fitting bottom – the lined skirt is wonderfully flowy and carefree.

Amber Denim Dress

As I mentioned before, where I live can be wildly unpredictable when it comes to cold temperatures (even in spring, sigh). That's why having long-sleeved dresses in my closet is so important! While this Free People dress provides more coverage on the arms, I enjoy the shorter skirt that makes the look more appealing for dates and nights out.

If you're on the lookout for a dress you can wear from season to season, this denim get-up is it. It wears well with anything, from boots to heels.

Onda Drop-Waist Tube Midi

Drop waist dresses are truly my weakness. They're just uber-romantic and undeniably flattering for any body! You'll instantly fall in love with how easy this piece is to wear on its own – or even underneath a t-shirt for more casual days. The top part of this Free People dress is super stretchy, molding to your figure, while the cotton midi-length skirt has more structure.

Wilder Days Mini Dress

This 100% cotton dress will come in handy for those... sweatier spring days. You know the ones! Since this tiered frock is swingy and oversized, you won't have to deal with the sensory overload that comes from wearing tighter clothes in the hot, hot heat. The thin straps on this baby are adjustable by tie, so you could totally make ample room for a sweet lacy bralette or a light baby tee to layer underneath.

Samson Mini

I am heavily eyeing this 70s inspired shift dress. The boho-style embroidery highlights floral motifs fit for spring, but I think it's a match for fall as well. Styled with a white long sleeve underneath, you'll be serving retro realness in no time.

The soft, yet thick cotton fabrication on this Free People dress speaks to its quality, and ensures that the style will last you + your wardrobe for years to come.

Emory Embroidered Midi Dress

Oversized dresses are ahh-mazing for feeling comfy around the clock, though you don't have to go basic with it if you don't want to. There are Free People dresses like this one that boast a cute color + pattern!

The super-soft cotton blend of this dress feels like a real dream to slip into, and will be your wardrobe's BFF for lazy spring weekends bopping around town.

Cooper Maxi Dress

Silk dresses slay no matter what time of year it is, and I am simply obsessed with the red wine color of this silky number. The low v-neck cut is definitely screaming "date night." The shiny sheen will undoubtedly make you stand out against a crowd.

Patches Of Denim Mini Dress

You've never had a denim dress like this before. Perhaps chevron ​is​ making a comeback! This style is as easy to wear on its own as it is with other layers. Plus, it can be styled more formally or for casual occasions.

Shop more of our favorite fashion picks by signing up for our shopping newsletter!

Brit + Co may at times use affiliate links to promote products sold by others, but always offers genuine editorial recommendations.

This post has been updated.

Is winter the ultimate season to order warm, cozy takeout meals? 100% yes. It's time to dig into the savory-sweet flavors of Thai recipes! If you can't stop yourself from feeling intense takeout cravings, consider some hearty dishes that will abide by you (and your stomach's) wishes.

Thai food recipes will warm you up, fill you up, and won't break the bank (curse you, hidden delivery fees). These easy, healthy Thai recipes only require a fraction of your day to prepare, they're packed with healthy veggies and protein, are full of flavor, plus they'll yield the right amount of food to save for later. Leftovers... score!

We've got some vegetarian and vegan Thai dishes on deck, too. Try your hand at these delicious Thai recipies this winter, and you might just confuse yourself for your fave takeout restaurant's cook!

Colorful Zoodle Pad Thai

This low-carb and low-calorie Thai recipe is super eye-catching from all of the vegetables included, making it's a super healthy, vegetarian Thai food option. (via Brit + Co)

Creamy Thai Chicken Bowls

Coconut and lime swarm the flavor of the marinated chicken that gets added to these healthy Thai bowls. Fresh mango, cabbage, and carrot join in on the fun for added texture and a nutritional boost! The whole fam will swoon over this easy Thai dish. (via Brit + Co)

Thai Fish Curry

If you've never made curry at home, this year is your chance to try it out and get creative in the kitchen! The fish in this healthy Thai recipe is delicately cooked in the rich curry sauce, making every single bite soft and flavorful. (via The Endless Meal)

Weeknight Thai Chicken Meatball Khao Soi

All of the staple Thai flavors really shine in this hearty noodle soup. Prepare yourself for a stunning mouthful of tangy lime, sweet coconut milk, and spicy Thai curry. This is one of the best healthy Thai recipes you can make to warm yourself up on a cold winter's night! (via Half Baked Harvest)

Thai Peanut Chicken Stir Fry

Dinner can be as simple as throwing a handful of your fave veggies in a pan! This healthy Thai recipe is made for those busy weeknights when you really don't feel like cooking for too long, but still want a filling meal. The peanut sauce is addicting! (via Feel Good Foodie)

Easy Chicken Pad Thai

Save some money on delivery fees and make this pad Thai with ease right at home. This Thai dish that's bursting with healthy veggies and filling protein is sure to leave you satisfied. Pro tip: top your noodles with some chili garlic sauce to warm up! (via A Spicy Perspective)

Better Than Takeout Thai Drunken Noodles

Spend the 30 minutes you would normally be spending waiting for takeout to arrive at the front door to prep this Thai drunken noodle dish! You'll get a hearty fix of vegetables, plus you can customize this bowl with the exact amount of spice you desire. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Thai Tom Kha Soup

This is one of our favorite healthy Thai recipes, because brings you the sweet, spicy flavors of traditional Thai lemongrass soup that we know and love. If you want to enjoy this hearty Thai soup for days on end, you might be better off making it at home, with tons of leftovers to be eaten. (via Chef Bai)

Sticky Thai Peanut Chicken Wings

Buffalo flavors boring you out? Don't fret. This chicken wing recipe is chock-full of unique Thai spices that mix together perfectly with some sweet peanut notes. Bye, bye, typical wings. (via The Endless Meal)

Instant Pot Thai Chicken

The Instant Pot is a total savior in this easy Thai recipe. The chicken will cook low and slow, ultimately becoming super tender to enjoy alongside some rice or noodles of your choice! (via Completely Delicious)

Simple Thai Yellow Chicken Curry with Spicy Garlic Butter

Spicy. Garlic. Honey. Butter. That's all that needs to be said about this Thai recipe! Oh yeah – and that it's also extremely easy to make! Your home will soon be filled with the decadent aromas of yellow curry, ready in only 30 minutes. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Spicy Thai Chicken Soup

Spice up your dinnertime with this filling Thai soup recipe! Its flavors are super bold, all while filling you with all of the good, healthy stuff. (via A Spicy Perspective)

These Mouth-Watering Healthy Thai Recipes Make Great Weeknight Dinners

Coconut Thai Chicken Zoodle Soup

Subbing zoodles for your typical rice noodle adds a bite of freshness into this hearty Thai chicken soup. The addition of many more veggies makes this one of the tastiest healthy Thai recipes around! (via The Endless Meal)

Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps

You'll get a good, satisfying crunch out of this Thai recipe. The chicken filling is easier to make than you'd think! Ready in 20 minutes, this colorful healthy Thai recipe will become your new go-to. (via Averie Cooks)

Classic Thai Fried Rice

Adding pineapple to a spicy fried rice dish like this one just seems like the right thing to do. You'll be entranced by the complex Thai flavors that it brings, plus... a dish has got to be healthy if it has fruit in it, right?! (via A Spicy Perspective)

Sticky Tofu

Tofu gets coated in a sweet, sour, *and* sticky sauce that carries the rich flavors of traditional Thai food recipes. You could enjoy these alone, or atop a hearty bed of rice! (via Crowded Kitchen)

Easy Thai-Inspired Steak Salad

The sweet-savory vinaigrette that douses this steak salad brings in the true tastes of Thai food. This dish is an easy and refreshing option for lunch or dinner! (via The Real Food Dietitians)

Thai Basil Fried Rice

You'll get a biteful of everything in this easy Thai recipe – umami, spice, and sweetness. You can even use any protein source you want to, depending on what you've got in the kitchen already. (via Takes Two Eggs)

Healthy Thai Turkey Meatballs in Coconut Curry

These fresh Thai meatballs taste so heavenly over a bed of rice or noodles. They'll absorb the flavor and moisture of the curry they're boiled in, leaving each bite super tender, cozy, and warm. (via Rachel Mansfield)

Spicy Thai Basil Chicken (Pad Krapow Gai)

Any basil fanatic is going to dig this healthy Thai recipe. Done in under an hour, this recipe produces a lot of leftovers that you know you're going to devour for lunch the next day. (via A Spicy Perspective)

Thai Green Papaya Salad (Som Tam)

This Thai dish is begging to become your next party appetizer. It's chockfull of fresh veggies and a zesty lime sauce that'll balance out heartier meat-based meals with ease. (via Vikalinka)

Easy Thai Shrimp Curry

Try this twist on coconut shrimp that adds curry paste into the mix. It's only going to take you half an hour to make, and you seriously won't regret it after that first bite. (via Salt & Lavender)

Vegan Thai Recipes You'll Wanna Make Over + Over Again

Creamy Thai Kabocha Squash Soup (Whole30 + Vegan)

This soup is going to be your #1 healthy Thai recipe to reach for during wintertime. The squash brings ultimate creaminess to your bite and there's also a pinch of spice to keep things interesting, all while remaining a bomb vegan recipe. (via Rachel Mansfield)

Vegan Thai Soba Noodles

This is one of the best healthy Thai recipes to make when you're craving something super fresh. The soba noodles get absolutely drenched in a wonderfully yummy peanut sauce, then you can add any veggies you'd like! (via The Edgy Veg)

Vegan Thai Lentil Lettuce Wraps

These nourishing wraps get filled with a ton of different veggies to satisfy any meal time. Once you dip one into the peanut sauce included in this Thai recipe, you'll want approximately ten more! (via Vanilla and Bean)

Red Curry Noodle Soup

It's truly mind-blowing how simple this vegan noodle soup is — 15 minutes and it's steaming hot, ready to enjoy! Rice noodles are arguably the best part of a Thai soup dish, so make sure you throw some thin noodles in your pot. (via Feel Good Foodie)

Vegan Thai Curry

This one's for all the vegans out there. Immerse yourself in flavorful red curry flavors and prepare to feel warmed from the inside out. You won't want to eat anything else other than this healthy Thai recipe on a cold winter day. (via The Endless Meal)

Vegan Easy Peanut Thai Ramen

Ramen is always the way to go when you need a quick, filling meal. Opt out of the microwavable packets and its gross lingering after-effects... and make your own homemade ramen! This Thai-inspired recipe uses all whole ingredients to make sure your next bowl doesn't leave you feeling bloated. (via Chef Bai)

Thai Coconut Curry

Curry will leave you so warm from the inside out. It's not good unless the spice has opened your sinuses, TBH. This healthy Thai recipe will deliver the best on all fronts, plus it's vegetarian with a stellar vegan option! (via Live Eat Learn)

Thai Curry with Udon Noodles

You won't be able to stop spooning this delicious Thai soup into your mouth. This vegetarian and vegan udon noodle soup is delicately balanced with savory and spicy notes, and is all-together super addicting. (via The Endless Meal)

Follow us on Pinterest and check out our email newsletter for more Thai recipes and other delicious content.

Lead image via Live Eat Learn.

This post has been updated.

Taylor Swift is known for many things: her incredible songwriting, record-breaking albums like 1989, Folklore, and Midnights, and the Easter eggs she's always leaving fans for her new albums. But the popstar is also known for her relationships (friendly reminder, women are more than their partners!). Considering there's a Taylor Swift song for every kind of love, heartbreak, and relationship, here's everything you need to know about Taylor Swift's former boyfriends (and her current romance with Kansas City Chiefs player Travis Kelce), from a Swiftie who's done the research.

What We Know About Taylor Swift And Travis Kelce's Relationship

Photo by JC Olivera/Getty Images

“Taylor and Travis have been quietly hanging out,” a source told The Messenger in September, while a source told ET that "Travis has been into Taylor for a while and definitely has a crush on her." However, another insider confirms that the pair aren't officially dating, and on September 20, Travis' brother Jason Kelce told the WIP Morning Show (via DailyMail), "I think things are going great and I think it's 100 percent true."

On September 24, Taylor was seen in a box with Travis Kelce's mom during the Chiefs game, and then left with Travis Kelce after the game (in which Travis scored an impressive touchdown *and* the Chiefs won 41-10). Travis wore a blue and white matching set (that also has 1989 in the name 👀), while Taylor wore a white tank and an unreleased Chiefs jacket (via taylorswiftstyled). Speaking of clothes, it's also notable to mention that after Taylor was spotted at the game, sales for Travis' jersey have jumped 400%!

In a September 27 interview with the New Heights podcast, Travis talks about the game, and said he "sure as hell enjoyed this weekend."

"I just thought it was awesome how everybody in the suite had nothing but great things to say about her," he says. "She looked amazing and everybody was talking about her in great light."

After spending some time with his mom in the Kelce box, Taylor joined Travis and they "just slid off in the getaway car at the end." Is that a Reputation (Taylor's Version) Easter egg we hear? Swifties have been predicting the rerecording would come after 1989 (Taylor's Version) since the Midnights era (as for us, we're hoping to get an announcement this fall). Check back here to see how this potential relationship unfolds!

The Taylor Swift Boyfriends You Love, And The Ones You Didn't Know She Dated

Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for SiriusXM

Joe Jonas

Taylor Swift and Joe Jonas began dating in 2008. Taylor joined the Jonas Brothers during their Burnin' Up Tour and performed hits like "Should've Said No." The relationship is most remembered for the fact that Joe reportedly broke up with Taylor during a 25-second phone call. After the break up (and a few albums), the couple was able to become friends.

Taylor Swift's "Invisible String" (which was released after Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner had their first baby) includes the line, "Cold was the steel of my axe to grind // For the boys who broke my heart // Now I send their babies presents," solidifying that the duo had truly buried the hatchet.

Relive the romance: "Forever & Always," "Mr. Perfectly Fine," "Last Kiss"

Photo by JB Lacroix/Getty Images

Lucas Till

I've said it once and I'll say it again: Hannah Montana: The Movie is one of the greatest films of the 2000's, and this is just another reason why. The feature film stars Lucas as Miley/Hannah's love interest Travis (who we never saw again after the movie??), while Taylor performs "Crazier" during the characters' barn party.

Taylor Swift ended up featuring Lucas Till as the male lead in her "You Belong With Me" music video, which won her the VMA for Best Video by a Female Artist in 2009.

"We dated for a little bit. But, there was no friction because we were too nice," Taylor Swift's boyfriend told MTV in 2009. "Most relationships work out cause you get along and then you don't, and then you make up and it's passionate, and with us I really just liked her as a friend. That’s the only reason that didn't work out."

Relive the romance: Taylor Swift hasn't released any songs about Lucas Till, but feel free to watch the "You Belong With Me" music video as many times as you'd like. I know I do.

Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

Taylor Lautner

Taylor Swift and Taylor Lautner dated for a few months in 2009 after they met on the set of the rom-com Valentine's Day. Taylor Lautner presented Swift with the VMA for Best Video by a Female Artist in 2009, which went down in pop culture history when Kanye jumped onstage to interrupt Swift's acceptance speech.

“I’m just assuming that this whole thing was a practiced and rehearsed skit because why else would Kanye West be jumping up on the stage interrupting Taylor Swift?" the Twilight star said on a recent episode of his The Squeeze podcast. "It just didn’t make sense. And if you look back at it, I’m actually caught, like, laughing and giggling at him like, ‘I can’t hear them but this is probably really funny right now.’”

The two have become friends since the end of their relationship, and most recently, Taylor Lautner starred with Joey King in the music video for Taylor Swift's "I Can See You" from Speak Now (Taylor's Version). "He was a very positive force in my life when I was making the Speak Now album," Taylor Swift said at the July 7 Eras Tour show.

Relive the romance: "Back To December"

Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for VEVO

John Mayer

Even though Taylor Swift and John Mayer never publicly confirmed that they were dating, this has become one of Taylor's best-known relationships. The two collaborated on John's "Half of My Heart" single in 2009 before performing together a number of times before their relationship ended in 2010.

Taylor later released Speak Now, whose track "Dear John" is believed to be about the relationship. John also released a song that's widely thought to be about Taylor titled "Paper Doll," and spoke very candidly about the release + reception of "Dear John" in a 2012 interview with Rolling Stone.

“It made me feel terrible,” he says. “Because I didn’t deserve it. I’m pretty good at taking accountability now, and I never did anything to deserve that. It was a really lousy thing for her to do.”

Relive the romance: "Dear John," "Would've, Should've, Could've"

Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for NARAS

Cory Monteith

While the late Glee star never publicly became one of Taylor Swift's boyfriends, the pair was photographed together on a few different occasions and fans have speculated since the release of Speak Now that the album's lead single "Mine" is about the actor.

"This is a situation where a guy that I just barely knew put his arm around me by the water, and I saw the entire relationship flash before my eyes, almost like a weird science-fiction movie," she told Yahoo Music, via MTV.

After the actor passed away, Taylor Swift tweeted (via Taste of Country, the tweet has since been deleted), "Speechless. And for the worst reason."

Relive the romance: "Mine"

Photo by Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images

Adam Young

Okay, so Adam Young and Taylor Swift never *officially* dated, but they did send each other emails and eventually meet face-to-face — a meeting that Taylor was so excited about, she ended up writing "Enchanted," which Adam later covered.

Relive the romance: "Enchanted"

Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Disney

Jake Gyllenhaal

One of Taylor Swift's most public relationships came in 2010 when she started dating movie star Jake Gyllenhaal. Throughout that fall, Taylor and Jake were seen grabbing brunch in New York City, spending Thanksgiving together, and visiting Nashville.

When December rolled around, Taylor celebrated her 21st birthday without Jake present, and a few days later, Jake celebrated his 30th birthday without Taylor. Their relationship ended shortly after, and Taylor released her album Red in 2012. The album is believed to be mostly about her relationship with Jake, and is filled to the *brim* with insight into her relationship (it also happens to be the perfect early fall album!)

Red also features her most beloved song "All Too Well," and in 2021, Taylor Swift released Red (Taylor's Version), which includes a 10-minute version of the song fans have been requesting for a decade, as well as a short film.

Relive the romance: "Red," "All Too Well," "The Moment I Knew," "I Bet You Think About Me"

Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images

Harry Styles

Rumors about Taylor Swift and Harry Styles being a couple when Harry showed up to support Taylor during her X Factor performance rehearsal. They began having dates in Central Park, attending parties together, and wore matching paper airplane necklaces. They even went on a skiing trip (a trip that many fans believe included a snowmobile accident, which Taylor mentions in 1989's "Out Of The Woods").

"In writing songs about stuff like [relationships], I like tipping a hat to the time together," Harry Styles said during a year-long Rolling Stone interview. "You're celebrating the fact it was powerful and made you feel something, rather than 'this didn't work out, and that's bad.' And if you run into that person, maybe it's awkward, maybe you have to get drunk … but you shared something. Meeting someone new, sharing those experiences, it's the best s— ever."

The exes almost broke Twitter when they reunited at the 2021 Grammys (among other awards, Taylor won Best Album for Folklore and Harry won Best Pop Solo Performance for "Watermelon Sugar"), and again at the 2023 Grammys. Here's hoping Harry Styles is featured on 1989 (Taylor's Version)!

Relive the romance: "Style," "Out Of The Woods," "Clean," "Question...?"

Photo by Joe Maher/Getty Images

Calvin Harris

Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris were introduced by their mutual friend Ellie Goulding, and appeared on lots of different red carpets together, as well as in a variety of Instagram posts. They also collaborated on "This Is What You Came For," which was recorded by Rihanna.

When the pair broke up, Calvin ended up posting some tweets (which have since been deleted), saying "I figure if you're happy in your new relationship you should focus on that instead of trying to tear your ex bf down for something to do." Afterwards, he told British GQ, via People that "it was completely the wrong instinct...It's very difficult when something I consider so personal plays out very publicly. The aftermath of the relationship was way more heavily publicized than the relationship itself."

Relive the romance: "I Forgot That You Existed," "Bejeweled," "High Infidelity"

Photo by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images

Tom Hiddleston

Right after Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris broke up, the popstar was linked to the English actor at the 2016 Met Gala. The couple then proceeded to send the internet into a tizzy when they were photographed holding hands and cuddling in Rhode Island. They introduced one another to their parents, attended concerts together, and traveled to places like Rome and Australia. They ended up breaking things off in September of 2017.

Relive the romance: "Getaway Car"

Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for The Gotham Film & Media Institute

Joe Alwyn

The longest relationship between Taylor Swift and a boyfriend is rumored to have begun at the 2016 Met Gala (the song "Dress" mentions she met the song's subject when she had bleached hair and they had a buzzcut. Taylor had bleached hair and Joe had a buzzcut at the Gala that year), but were officially connected in 2017. They traveled around the world together, and Joe showed up to support Taylor Swift's Reputation tour.

The couple's early relationship began during a period where a lot of the public and the industry expressed that they were anti-Taylor Swift, and the singer basically disappeared. Taylor told The Guardian in 2019 that they preferred to keep things private, otherwise "people think it's up for discussion, and our relationship isn't up for discussion...If you and I were having a glass of wine right now, we'd be talking about it — but it's just that it goes out into the world."

While many fans speculated that Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn had gotten engaged, after six years of dating, the couple's split became publicized in the spring of 2023. But on November 29, Taylor's friend and collaborator Jack Antonoff posted an Instagram story confirming Taylor's hit song "You're Losing Me" was written in 2021. "A very special track from the Midnights vault that's finally streaming," the story says. "Written and recorded at home on 12/5/21."

That makes us look at a lot of the heart-wrenching songs on Evermore and Midnights in a whole new way because it suggests their relationships problems ran deeper and lasted longer than anyone realized. And on November 30, Taylor Swift's publicist Tree Paine made an ultra-rare statement on Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn's relationship after the infamous gossip blog Deuxmoi published an Instagram story claiming Taylor and Joe got married.

"Enough is enough with these fabricated lies about Taylor from Deuxmoi," Tree says on X. "There was NEVER a marriage or ceremony of ANY kind. This is an insane thing to post. It’s time for you to be held accountable for the pain and trauma you cause with posts like these."

Taylor announced her new album, The Tortured Poets Department, at the 2024 Grammys...and then internet was QUICK to make potential connections to Joe. In 2022, Joe told GQ that he was in a group chat with Paul Mescal and Andrew Scott called "The Tortured Man Club," based on their roles in their respective film and TV projects. Taylor also has tracks like "So Long, London" which in direct juxtaposition to "London Boy" off her Lover album — a song heavily tied to Joe. The through line is more than clear, TBH, but tricksy could be misleading us.

Regardless, a "source close to Joe" spoke up about the album to The Daily Mail. The source said that Joe has been quiet and respectful about the breakup, so it would be "shady" to "diss" him in the album. What does Taylor think about that? Well, during a performance "Dear Reader" in Tokyo — notably after Joe's alleged comments — she sang, "The restless tears of a cursed man." The original lyrics? "The desperate prayers of a cursed man." Now, I'm not saying she was calling Joe a crybaby...but I'm not NOT saying it. 😗

Joe Alwyn also just posted on Instagram for the first time since September 2023, and it looks like he might be referencing The Tortured Poets Department again. After Swifties have been joking that each of Taylor Swift's boyfriends need to get ready for the album that references them (meaning Joe would be getting ready for TTPD), he uploaded a carousel of images that includes mirror selfies, a childhood photo, and a meme from the UK The Office that says "Different drinks for different needs." If *I'm* expecting to need a drink after listening to TTPD, then you'll probably need one too Joe...

Relive the romance: "Delicate," "Lover," "Paper Rings," "Invisible String," "Snow on the Beach" (basically all of Reputation, Lover, Folklore, Evermore, and a good deal of Midnights).

Photo by Marcelo Hernandez/Getty Images

Matty Healy

During the summer leg of the Eras Tour, Taylor Swift and Matty Healy both mouthed the words “This is about you. You know who you are. I love you.” into the camera during their respective shows. They were later spotted together in New York City, and Matty joined boygenius onstage to open for one of Taylor's concerts in Nashville. However, the pair ended things at the beginning of June.

"They were never boyfriend-girlfriend or exclusive and were always just having fun," a source tells People. "There is no drama, and who knows what could happen again. It was a good time and ran its course."

Were any of Taylor Swift's boyfriends your celebrity crushes? Let us know in the comments!

Lead photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

Nothing marks the arrival of spring quite like packing up your winter boots and outwear to make way for a new wave of breezy, colorful dresses and strappy, toe-baring footwear. But, if you're anything like me, a peek into your well-worn collection of spring shoes from seasons' past can leave a lot to be desired.

Fortunately, this year's fresh set of footwear is full of neon color bursts, dizzying florals, and nostalgic silhouettes we can't wait to flaunt as the weather warms up.

Prepare yourself for plenty of platforms (and flatforms, too), utility sport sandals made cool à la your favorite Birkenstock or Teva style, the return of flip flops, and a rainbow smattering of spring candy colors sure to outshine even the brightest pedicure!

Between Target's cutest (and not to mention, affordable) picks to more elevated styles from the likes of Charlotte Stone and Alohas — we have a feeling you'll find some spring shoes that fit your distinct style vibe. So, without further delay, get ready to reboot your style with the beautiful spread of spring shoes, ahead.

Alohas Indiana Orange Leather Sandals

We're pretty obsessed with anything orange these days, and these strappy sandals are no exception. We'll take one in every color variation (there are 4 different ones to shop), please!

Birkenstock Boston Soft Footbed Clogs in Faded Lime

The soft, faded lime green color on these Birkenstock slides is the perfect complement for spring. Reminiscent of floral blooms and green, green grass, you'll want to embrace the warmer season with these cozy soles ASAP.

Puma Palermo Sneakers

Meet your resident "It" girl sneakers! These black + white Pumas are simple and durable enough to last you the whole year, making them some of the best spring shoes you could snag for affordability. Their limited color palette makes them easy to style with practically any dress, jeans, or skirt you have hanging around your closet.

Sorel Dayspring Slide Flatform Sandal

If you prefer to live in slides all season, go for a chunky pair in a trendy color like this bold yellow! These spring shoes from Sorel are unbelievably comfortable – the footbed comes complete with plenty of padding to support your every step.

Free People Hazel Flatform Sandals

Take things even higher with these tomato-red platform sandals. The eye-catching color is enough to make you stand out! We adore the strappy design because it's super stylish, but also super functional, holding your feet in place with every step. The straps work their way up to the ankle for more support.

SeaVees Bodega Clog in Fern

These waterproof clogs might just be the most fashionable swap for your years-old rain boots. They're constructed of durable, recycled natural rubber that also contributes to a nice, comfortable bounce when you walk.

Seychelles Novelty Sandal in Black

We love a retro-inspired sandal! These woven platforms come with a cushioned insole for maximum comfort, and their basic black hue is neutral enough to wear with just about any look this spring.

Teva Flatform Universal in Sherbert Multi

You'll be taking these colorful flatforms everywhere you go this season! Thanks to the comfortable and reliable velcro straps, they're easy to take on and off between outings and the sole is ultra-supportive for on-the-go moments.

Matisse Footwear Ocean Ave Platform Sandal

Manifest a fun-filled boho spring with these raffia-crafted sandals paired with a flowy, floral maxi dress. The block heel on these spring shoes will surely give your looks a boost in height and style.

Dirty Laundry Rambling Crochet Platform Sneaker

Crochet just screams spring, and when it's covered in cheerful colors like these spring shoes are, you'll feel unstoppable. These chunky sneakers lace up for a secure fit, no matter where your seasonal adventures take you. They're built for stomping around in sheer style!

Tkees Gemma Pigments

If you avoid heels at all costs, we understand. Why ditch the fun colors when it comes to spring shoes, though? This slide-in sandal comes in five electric hues, from pinks to greens, to compliment every spring 'fit you've got on deck.

Melissa Kick Off Sandal Platform in Pink

Chunky sport sandals have been seeping into the mainstream over the last few years, so if you're waiting for a sign that you too, can pull them off... here it is, in all its Barbie pink glory!

Charlotte Stone Lenu Mules in Nassau

How fun are these multicolored pumps? This colorway livens up pretty much any spring day and provides some height for an elevated look, no matter if it's casual or formal.

Ganni Smocked Slingback Platform Sandal

Spring shoes should be the statement of your outfit if you're a bit stuck on what to wear this season. Luckily, these bright green platform sandals exist to liven up the color scheme of your looks. The stretchy straps are perfectly adjusted to be not too tight, but also not too loose.

MIA Lunna Platform Ankle Strap Sandal

This spring sandal combines an upscale upper with a sportier sole. The brown cognac-like color will be extremely easy to wear with dresses, pants, and shorts of any kind. The straps secure with a detailed buckle, so be prepared to put in a little extra work when you slide into these spring shoes.

A New Day Blakely Mule Heels

An eye-catching strappy pattern on these spring shoes elevates your go-to spring outfitswith ease. You can count on this pair to keep things light and breezy all day!

Matisse Footwear Frida Platform Wedge

Pump yourself up with these chunky wedge heels! Choose from four totally luminous colors that compliment practically every spring outfit. This spring shoe style is easy to get in and out of, and maximizes comfort more than anything.

Melissa Babe Spring Slide Sandal

Spring is the time for flowers, so donning some blooms just feels right. These baby blue spring shoes will make your springtime ensembles pop with some cool 3D floral graphics. The best part about this design is that they're easy to slide your steppers into.

Doc Martens Voss Women's Leather Strap Sandals

If you're searching for a sturdy shoe that'll last the test of time, look no further than these Doc Martens platform sandals. The textured bottom sole makes trekking on any terrain easy, and the leather straps keep you locked in while also combatting dirt and grime.

Los Angeles Apparel Classic Jelly Sandal

In the throwback of all throwbacks (for millennials, at least), jelly sandals have re-entered the chat. This go around, the color palette is just as fun as it was when we were growing up. For instance, this punchy pink pair also comes in lilac, iridescent glitter, celery, and more for the ultimate spring shoe.

Sam Edelman Michaela Mary Jane Flat

For springtime, these metallic flats can be styled with a colorful maxi skirt and tank top. If you dare to wear them past the sunny season, this design is best complimented by white tights under an adorable velvet mini dress!

Charlotte Stone Dermot in Confetti

These mules will absolutely make you want to throw a fistful of confetti into the air, not only because they're designed after actual confetti, but also due to their mind-blowing functional comfort!

Circus NY Hartlie Ankle Strap Sandal

These luxurious sandals fulfill every desire when it comes to spring shoes. The design is strappy, funky, and chunky, which provides a unique accessory to all of your looks!

Tag us with your favorite spring shoes trend on Instagram and subscribe to our email newsletter for more fashion inspiration!

Lead image via SeaVees.

Brit + Co may at times use affiliate links to promote products sold by others, but always offers genuine editorial recommendations.

This post has been updated with additional reporting by Meredith Holser.