You don’t need all the food coloring, thick frosting and sprinkles for a cookie to be festive. Our holiday gingersnaps are proof! With just enough spice and sweetness, these healthier holiday cookies are sure to make your “nice list.”
Baked cinnamon apples are a fall and winter favorite, but you can enjoy them all year! To cut down on calories, this recipe offers the alternative of using artificial sweeteners.
These savory brussels sprouts are roasted in olive oil, salt and pepper. Despite the simple ingredients, the flavor will wow you and your family.
If you're watching your cholesterol, as we all should, find tips to keeping those numbers in check. Also, to accompany your holiday table, try our homemade cinnamon cranberry sauce recipe, which has 0 milligrams of cholesterol.
If you're gonna blend up a Bloody Mary, why not sneak in some omega-3 fatty acids to boost the nutrients? The secret ingredient: kale.
This simple recipe offers a sweet fall treat packed with beta carotene. You can eat it as a side dish or snack – either way, it melts in your mouth. It's also got powerful antioxidants that help your body get rid of free radicals.
Why buy the stuff in a can when the real deal is so easy to make? Our cinnamon cranberry sauce is a tasty twist on the traditional and high in vitamins C and E. Try it at your Thanksgiving dinner – or gobble it up as a side dish anytime!
These muffins are not only moist and delicious, but they are significantly lower in calories, saturated fat and sugar than traditional muffins. Enjoy the holiday flavors of pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg without the extra calories!
Looking for an appetizer with a zing that's still a vegetable? This recipe packs protein and fiber with some spice! Bring to a party, serve as a snack, or use in place of croutons on a salad. The recipe is really simple to make too.
From breakfast to dessert and everything in between, add some fall flavor to your favorite dishes.