Looking for a new cookbook filled with healthy recipes? These recipes are samples from various American Diabetes Association cookbooks.
Pears are in season during the winter and can be used to make some great fruit-based desserts!
The light purple color of the shallots contrasts nicely with the bright orange of the sweet potatoes. This is one of those classic stovetop-to-oven dishes that fills the kitchen with a heavenly aroma.
These retain their shape well because they are baked in individual ramekin dishes and are perfect for portion control.
This dish can be turned into a one-pot medley by adding some carrots and potatoes.
Cauliflower is a great nonstarchy vegetable to cook as the holidays come up. Try this savory recipe out that will pair great with some Roasted Turkey and Vegetables.
You don't need cold weather to enjoy a great beef stew. There are so many new renditions of beef stew, but if you can make this classic version really well, that's all you'll need.
When you tire of turkey, change to this chicken recipe chock full of tart Granny Smith apples.
Salads aren't just for summer, they're for winter too especially when you can throw in some citrus fruits, which are in season for the winter!
Think outside the box this Thanksgiving! Instead of cooking and serving a whole turkey, try a leaner alternative with this turkey breast recipe – perfect for dinner party entrées.
This almond milk-based tapioca is based on the classic coconut milk tapioca soup served throughout many parts of Asia. This almond milk version is much lighter than the original, and just as tasty. Try it out with other fruits, or even sweet potato and taro!
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