Do you follow a gluten-free diet? Confirm all ingredients you are using are gluten-free and the recipes below can be gluten-free.
Healthy eating can be done on a budget and this dinner proves it! Chicken thighs are less expensive than chicken breast and can be a nice change. This makes a tasty, low-carb, budget-friendly meal.
Nothing says the holidays like turkey and sweet potatoes. This delightful dish is full of vitamin A, fiber and healthy fats from the pecans.
It’s amazing how people will eat more veggies when they are in front of them, displayed well and served with a good dip. Hummus is a healthy dip made from chickpeas and comes in a variety of flavors.
Want a “sweet chocolate treat” without the guilt? Try this quick and easy dessert. It’s great to take to a holiday party.
Think you don’t like Brussels sprouts? Keep an open mind and try this recipe. Roasting veggies brings out maximum flavor and the mix of balsamic and cranberries is delicious!
This entrée is great for a holiday gathering or meal with the family. Note that allowing the meat to rest before slicing keeps this dish nice and juicy.
Roasting vegetables is the best way to bring out their natural sweet flavor. It’s easy to do and these three fall veggies make a tasty medley.
Cutting butternut squash can be very time consuming. Save time by using pre-packaged squash in this mouthwatering dish. Serve this with a large green salad.
You can buy frozen butternut squash in the freezer section of the grocery store and steam until softened. That will save some time from the roasting process.
Trying to eat more veggies? Here’s a great way to incorporate veggies into an everyday dish. Short on time? Use a cooked rotisserie chicken from your local grocery store.
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