An unexpected combo of ingredients makes this soup sweet, spicy and memorable. You can serve it over whole grain quinoa or with a side of mixed baby greens, like arugula.
This recipe takes a classic Minestrone soup and turns it into a scrumptious one-dish wonder. Adding the ancient grain farro makes this soup hearty and gives it a nutty flavor. With cabbage, kidney beans, carrots, onion and tomatoes, you get lots of cholesterol-lowering, energy-boosting ingredients.
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Make both your brain and body happy with eggplant and tomatoes, the phytonutrient-rich stars of this flavorful, veggie-focused dish.
This dessert makes the most of fall fruits by poaching them in pomegranate juice, cinnamon sticks and star anise. Not only is this sweet, fruit treat delicious, it looks absolutely beautiful served on a small white plate.
Our wellness chef’s unique take on golden milk features a unique and creamy blend of exotic flavors. Try the inflammation-soothing concoction once, and you’ll want to enjoy it again and again.
These maple and vanilla sweetened cookies include simple, whole grains, such as oat and flaxseed. These cookies are healthy, delicious and naturally sweetened.
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This hearty vegetarian stew has lots to offer, including fiber, iron, potassium, vitamins A, C and K. Plus, you can cook it up in just 30 minutes.
This cookie satisfies your sweet tooth without any added sugar. It’s a simple, five-ingredient recipe that includes dark chocolate, dates and vanilla.