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Tired of traditional trail mix? Get creative in the kitchen and try this seasonal snack mix instead!
Nothing beats the smell of freshly baked waffles on a cool autumn day.
Beans are one of the healthiest carbohydrates you can eat. They are full of fiber and are a good source of protein. Start adding more beans to your diet with this quick and delicious recipe.
This soup makes a tasty side dish with a sandwich or salad. You can also serve it as an appetizer. Best of all - you can throw it together in under 10 minutes!
By using oatmeal in place of breadcrumbs you add a little fiber to this Quick Italian Meatloaf.
Don’t be afraid of this healthy “veggie burger”. It is delicious and packed with fiber and protein. Beans are one of the healthiest carbohydrates you can choose, and this recipe is a great way to work them into a meal.
Quinoa is a great substitute for cous cous in most recipes. This ancient grain is hearty and delicious and an excellent source of fiber. Make mini versions of these Quinoa Cakes for a excellent party appetizer.
Quinoa is a high-protein whole grain. This pudding can be a treat during the holidays, but don't forget to rinse the quinoa before cooking. Rinsing it helps to avoid any bitter taste.
This Quinoa Pilaf is a nutrition powerhouse because quinoa provides more protein than other grains and it’s also a good source of potassium an dietary fiber.
Switch it up from your usual lunch sandwich with this panini. It’s a warm, savory lunch that will leave you feeling satisfied. Plus it's a great vegetarian option!
This high-fiber snack is a much healthier choice than chips and is a great alternative for those with nut allergies. Place in small bowls or ramekins at your next party.
These Roasted Brussels Sprouts are low in calories and in carbohydrate, which means they may be helpful for controlling blood glucose. Roasting helps to enhance their flavor.
These Quick Roasted Chicken Breasts can be used for anything – serve with steamed veggies and brown rice, use them for chicken salad, or slice thinly for a sandwich with whole grain bread, spicy mustard, fresh spinach and thinly sliced tomato. Make them on the weekend and then use throughout the week.
Impress guests by whipping up this simple yet elegant side dish to go with any chicken, fish, or beef entree.
Roasting the vegetables in this recipe helps to maximize the flavor of the soup. What's more - all of these veggies are abundant and available during the winter months.
Artichokes are a staple spring veggie. Venture out this season and try these stuffed ‘chokes for a healthy side. If you can only find baby (or small) artichokes, use 4 instead of 2 and follow the same procedure.
This flavorful appetizer is a great way to work in more vegetables. You can try mixing up the veggies you use if you have others on hand. Try zucchini, tomatoes, or even eggplant.
These cakes make a great side dish or snack and are excellent when paired with our Beef and Sweet Potato Stew.
This mixed veggie dish is an example of how to increase your vegetable intake while controlling your carbohydrate intake. MFill half your plate low-carb veggies such as green beans, broccoli, cauliflower, or asparagus.
Here's a stuffing recipe that’s on the healthier side but will still thrill your guests. Our Sage Stuffing uses whole grain bread, omega-3 rich walnuts, and cranberries to give it a holiday twist.