As the end of the year approaches, try these healthy holiday recipes. You'll find main dishes, appetizers, sides and desserts!
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!
Nothing says the holidays like turkey and sweet potatoes. This delightful dish is full of vitamin A, fiber and healthy fats from the pecans.
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.
This crowd pleaser includes sweet fall apples which balance out the pungent flavor of the gorgonzola cheese. Pair it with roasted chicken, turkey or pork chops.
Freeze these bars in individual snack size bags and grab one on your way to the gym to have as a snack after a good workout! Be sure to use canned pumpkin, not pumpkin pie filling which has extra sugar added to it.
You can substitute canned pumpkin in this recipe for pumpkin pancakes and instead of cinnamon use pumpkin pie spice.
During the fall months, you'll see pumpkin-flavored treats from coffee to doughnuts. Treat yourself to a healthy and delicious pumpkin dish! This oatmeal is perfect on a fall morning.
No one will ever know this simple dessert is diabetes-friendly! It is a holiday treat!
These cakes make a great side dish or snack and are excellent when paired with our Beef and Sweet Potato Stew.
Leaving the skin on the potatoes increases the fiber in this recipe. By mixing the cauliflower with potatoes, you get the same volume for less carbs!
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