A mousse can be sweet or savory, like this lighter-than-air side dish. Make it ahead of time and reheat in the microwave when you’re ready to serve!
It’s easy to make this warming soup of chicken and tomato broth, cabbage greens and other vegetables. Freeze extra to keep you warm all winter long!
These classic potato pancakes are mouth-watering, light, thin and crispy. Try them as a side dish with applesauce and sour cream.
The sweetness of navel orange wedges complements the texture and slightly bitter taste of the spinach in this salad. You can also substitute pears, apples, berries or other fruit that’s in season.
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This hearty vegetable soup of zucchini, yellow squash and chickpeas will warm you up inside. Stewed tomatoes, vegetable broth and a dollop of yogurt make a tasty broth to keep you cozy!
The great part about this recipe is that you don’t have to do any special shopping for it! Simply take a look at your veggie inventory at home and roast whatever you find!
Why not try your hand at making homemade tomato sauce? If you don’t have a garden, use canned Roma tomatoes for a tasty dish that includes roasted mushrooms, broccoli and peppers.
Traditional pie crusts are heavy in saturated fats. Try this alternative that’s healthier and only takes a few minutes to mix together and roll out.
Wheat berries impart a pleasant, chewy texture and nutty flavor. Best of all, they won’t turn into mush when mixed with a dressing or moist fruits or vegetables, so you can take this salad on-the-go!
It’s hard to beat mac and cheese as a family favorite! This version gives you all the flavor of traditional mac and cheese without all the fat and calories.