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These mildly sweet carrots with dried fruit and savory walnuts are packed with flavor and will look beautiful on your dinner table. Plus, you can easily double this recipe for a large crowd.
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This delicious dessert is a classic, and easy to adjust to your taste with added nuts. A surpsrising ingredient? Greek plain yogurt, which helps the cookies stay moist.
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Take apple crisp to a new level of delicious — all in your slow cooker. While this recipe calls for some butter, it includes pie spice and apple butter to help apple-up the flavor without adding more fat.
This slaw is not only flavorful and delicious, but it boasts some super healthy nutrients — including cabbage, broccoli and kale.
The taste of raw cookie dough is so popular, it’s become an ice cream flavor. But there’s danger in that deliciousness. It’s a wise food safety practice to hold off sampling your cookies until they are baked.
Try this twist on traditional pork chops and apples. It’s leaner with pork loin and you can use a crockpot to minimize hands-on prep. A great recipe for the holidays, or anytime.
Salad isn’t just for summer. Add some seasonal ingredients like oranges, pecans, pumpkin seeds, and red cabbage to create a festive, nutrient-rich dish. It’s delicious with a homemade sweet and tangy dressing for a sweet and tangy taste.
Looking for a meatless meal? This versatile recipe works with different types of beans, a mix of beans, or you can add shrimp. You can also spice it up with hot peppers and Cajun seasonings.