This easy bake tastes like Thanksgiving stuffing, but is so much healthier! 10 minutes of prep and a 35 minute bake is all you need. Perfect as a side or as a meal prep for lunches. Serves 4 as a side | Vegetarian, gluten free | less than 45 minutes 2 large sweet potatoes, peeledContinue reading “Easy Sweet Potato Bake”
One unusual ingredient makes this salad anything but ordinary. It’s tart, herby, a touch sweet and it will brighten any dinner. Perfect for a side or add chickpeas or chicken for main meal! Serves 4 as a side or 2 as a main | Leas than 20 minutes | Vegetarian, vegan and gluten free 1Continue reading “Fennel Apple Salad”
This is simple bowl of comfort – easier than risotto but still creamy and filled with healthier ingredients. Perfect for a weeknight! Serves 4 | Vegetarian | Less than 60 minutes 2 cups cooked farro (can sub brown rice) 1 head broccoli, slides into florets 1 large daikon radish chopped into 1/2 inch chunks (optional)Continue reading “Creamy Broccoli Grain Bowl”
Growing up in a Polish household, golumpki was a household favorite. With an excess of purple cabbage, I thought I would try my hand at a purple cabbage version and the result was delicious! With the addition of many healthy ingredients, my version will leave you satisfied without the guilt. Serves 4 | Gluten freeContinue reading “Purple Cabbage Rolls”
These are just so good and so good for you! Made with lots of vegetables, whole grains, and whipped cottage cheese they are packed with protein and nutrients as well as so much flavor. Since this recipe makes a lot, you can freeze and thaw for a quick weeknight- simply fry in butter and topContinue reading “Spinach, Basil, and Cheese Cauliflower Gnocchi”
One Moroccan spice blend called ras el hanout elevates any root vegetable into an extraordinary side. Look for it any grocery store in the spice aisle and use it spice up to salads, dressings and vegetables like these. We like to pair these with meat, fish, lentils or our favorite chicken nuggets (see my previousContinue reading “Moroccan Root Vegetables”
Today was in the single digits in Boston and this dish was just right blend of warmth. The holidays and recent covid surge didn’t allow for much time in the kitchen, but cooking this was simply good for the soul. And extra healthy ingredients make this even more enjoyable! Serves 4 | vegetarian, vegan option,Continue reading “Tuscan Vegetable Farro Bowls”
Roasted vegetables and chickpeas get a lift with a light and creamy yogurt dressing – it’s the perfect weeknight dinner after enjoying holiday treats this weekend! And the whole dinner comes together in 2 bowls and one sheet pan for the easiest clean up. And you can sub the vegetables for others you may haveContinue reading “Roasted Chickpeas and Vegetables with Creamy Lemon Dressing”
This soup is so easy and incredibly flavorful. A truly perfect weeknight meal. It’s warming with a bit of heat and has all the right toppings for that perfect bite. And with common pantry ingredients, it’s a great option when you don’t know quite what to make. Omit the chicken for a vegan/vegetarian. Serves 6Continue reading “Weeknight Tortilla Soup”
This fall ravioli recipe is so easy, healthy and delicious. Butternut squash is a favorite in our house, but packed into a ravioli may be the best version. And paired with brussel sprouts, protein-packed edamame and a lemony wine sauce, what could be better? Perfect for a cool fall evening before those heavier thanksgiving sidesContinue reading “Butternut Ravioli with Lemony Brussel Sprouts”
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