If you know you should eat more veggies, but HATE soggy greens, this recipe is for you. Roasting gives green beans a crisp crunch. Topping with sorghum adds texture and a serving of whole grains. (Plus did you know sorghum has more antioxidants than blueberries?) It’s a win-win!
You’ve already carved the pumpkin or made a pie. Next step? Roast some pumpkin seeds! Your kids will love helping to pull out the seeds and seeing what you’ve made, plus these little guys are high in all sorts of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber.
Hands up in the air if you love tomato sauce! Now hands up in the air if you’ve ever thought about making your own and then learned just how much work it is and grabbed a jar instead? Never again! This sauce is easy, fast, and de-lish!
What’s adorable, purple, and easy to grow? Fairy tale eggplant. Also easy? The pure simplicity of this garlic stuffed roasted eggplant recipe. Check it out for a healthy and savory side or appetizer.
Need another excuse to eat more blueberries? Try these Blueberry & Oat Muffins! They’re bursting with berries, all wrapped together in oats, whole wheat flour, and a touch of honey.
This herb dressing is SO, so good. So good that while making this recipe I stopped and made myself a salad before writing this up. Drizzle on salads, vegetables, and sides.
What’s got brussels sprouts, squash, onions, quinoa and rice? THIS side. I love to make a big ol’ pot of this mix so I have leftovers for lunch the next few days. Drizzle with your favorite dressing or lemon and serve as a side or lunch bowl.
This salad is sweet and simple. Roasting beets brings out their rich, sweet and earthy flavor. Pair with a simple dressing of olive oil, lemon and herbs for a healthy and flavorful salad.
While the beetroot is a nutritious superstar, beet greens hold their own. Check out this super simple side that whips up quick and is full of flavor.
Whether you’ve got company or you need a filling morning breakfast on the go, these Herb & Cheese Baked Egg Muffins are a winner. It just takes a few minutes of chopping, scrambling, and baking to be set for a week of breakfasts!
Did you know sorghum, and other ancient grains, are “in” right now? If you’re like me, you heard that, bought a bag and then thought, “How the heck do I use this stuff?” Here’s the easiest and quickest way to dive into that bag - pop it!
If you’re looking for a healthy snack, or your kid loves hummus as much as mine does (she asks for it at every meal!), then this recipe is for you. Chickpeas are filled with protein and fiber and when roasted up they make for an easy to grab on-the-go snack.
This simple roasted root vegetables recipe combines the vegetables of the season into a sweet and tasty side. Roasting caramelizes the sugar in vegetables, creating a mellow, nutty and sweet flavor. Bonus: these veggies are all packed full of nutrients to keep you going through those cold fall and winter months.
This Lemon Veggie Quinoa Salad is nutritious, delicious, and full of satisfying protein and flavor! Mix it up before your next cookout or bring it to work for a healthy lunch.
If you’re bored of the same old chicken for dinner, you have to try out this grilled chicken bruschetta recipe! Bursting with flavor and filled with satisfying lean protein, this recipe is sure to please.
If you’re always running out the door without time for a good breakfast, this recipe is for you! Our baked red pepper, spinach and cheddar frittata whips up fast on a Sunday night and will have you set for a week of hearty, filling, healthy and tasty breakfasts.
This salad is a simple yet versatile side that is a great addition to any summer meal. Quick and simple, this salad is easy to take along to your next BBQ.
Butter, honey, garlic, lemon and parsley - what more could you ask for? This sweet and savory salmon dish is sure to please even the pickiest eaters in your home!
Sweet with a little ginger zing, our roasted butternut squash ginger soup will keep you warm and full this season.
Featuring the small but mighty lentil! This hearty, flavorful soup will keep you warm, healthy and satisfied on those chilly fall and winter days.
This lemon and basil infused hummus is not only good for you, it's so flavorful it's addictive!
Many people are afraid of cooking fish - in fact 80-90% of American's aren't getting enough - but this recipe is full proof! Baked to a delicate crunch, this recipe will quickly become a household favorite. Give this recipe a go this week and let us know what you think in the comments below!
If you're looking for meaty, savory dish this one's for you. Throw this one pot meal on the stove, sit back and relax.
This easy, delicious recipe is sure to bring a taste of home and summer, but is also a savory and nutritious comfort food for all year long. This version is a fast crock-pot recipe but can also be fancied up and baked in a stunning spread.
Instead of ordering takeout this week, try our take on a Sichuan classic. Many Americanized Chinese dishes are loaded with sugar due to the syrupy sauces that make them so delicious. You won't miss orange chicken when you upgrade to a little spice and a lot of flavor with this health-ified dish.