It’s easy to make this warming soup of chicken and tomato broth, cabbage greens and other vegetables.
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Bursting with vitamins, minerals, flavors and colors, this veggie dish is destined to become a favorite on holidays (or any time a year).
The bananas are a rich source of potassium, the fat-free Greek yogurt packs a protein punch, and this dessert has zero saturated fat.
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These delicious cookies are packed with flavor and heart-healthy nutrients. Make a batch and fill your house with the fragrant holiday smells of ginger, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg.
These holiday cookies, with subtle hints of vanilla, are sure to please. They’re also lower in fat than most cookies. But with all the flavor, you won’t miss the fat.
This stuffing is a fabulous addition to your holiday meal whether you bake it separately or use it to stuff the bird. The apple, onion, celery and sage flavor your turkey beautifully.
Falafel is a Middle Eastern specialty consisting of croquettes or balls that are made of spiced ground chickpeas. Traditionally, it is deep-fried, but you can pan fry in a small amount of canola oil.
For lunch time — or anytime — pizza in a snap!