This cinnamon apple cranberry crisp is made with apples, dried fruit, walnuts and oatmeal. It's full of flavors and is sure to please. Make it for your family or for a larger gathering.
They may swoon over your soup, rave about your roasted chicken and get teary-eyed in praise of your homemade bread. But the showstopper for most meals is dessert. Here are five recipes for flavorful finales.
Pumpkins have a lot to offer: beauty, flavor and lots of health benefits. Find out how to best cut into a pumpkin to get the pulp and seeds and get a whole assortment of pumpkin recipe ideas.
In this recipe, you can fill whole wheat tortillas with peaches, apples or pears to create a healthier alternative to traditional pie. Brown sugar is optional. Kids of all ages will love them!
Nothing says home better than oatmeal cookies. You can adjust this recipe to your liking: Add your favorite dried fruits or chopped nuts or change the spice to ginger or cinnamon.
This simple, sweet and healthy treat is delicious and good for you too. Probiotics in the yogurt introduce beneficial bacteria to the gastrointestinal tract and can help support your digestion and immune health.
Make your own sorbet! It's a perfect, refreshing ending to any meal. Unlike store-bought versions, this recipe has no added sugar.
These bite-size delectables offer the rich flavor of cream cheese and ricotta (both low-fat) along with the cinnamon and pumpkin flavors so welcome at this time of year. They are small, but satisfying.
This heavenly dessert is also surprisingly healthy thanks to fat-free half-and-half and dark cocoa powder -- offering unexpected calcium and antioxidants.