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When you’re browsing the grocery store or farmer’s market for the latest trends, don’t forget these classic staples with health benefits of their own.
Switch up how you make your ravioli. This contains a mix of mushrooms and pumpkin mousse for a great filling.
Looking for a treat that’s on the healthier side? This refreshing peach milkshake is packed with vitamin C.
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Try polenta fries as a great alternative to regular french fries. Using prepared polenta, they’re easy to whip up on a weeknight.
Make it a Mexican night! Get 8 layers of healthy goodness in our fiesta dip.
Looking for an alternative to potato chips? Try these nutritious and cripsy kale chips. They’re easy to make, super crunch, and full of vitamins and minerals you need.
Vegetable soup is easy to make. (It doesn’t just come in a can with alphabet letters). Try this recipe filled with zucchini, carrots, yellow squash and more.
Love meatloaf, but looking for a healthier version. This one fits the bill. It’s lower in fat but full of flavor.
This low fat zucchini bread is easy to make, serve and freeze for later. It’s full of sweet spices that both kids and adults will enjoy.