Tired of the same old sides sitting on your plate next to chicken or fish? Why not try our twist on a Swiss chard side for an easy way to get more greens into your diet!
This dish is completely customizable! You can substitute any legume, greens or grains with whatever’s in your pantry, or, to your preference!
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.
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!
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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.
Enjoy this tasty, filling Italian soup all year long. Let it warm you up in the fall and winter, and fill it with fresh garden veggies in the summer.
Roasted beets are easy to fix up and great to have on-hand in your fridge. Slice them for your salad. Or feature them in a side dish, embellished with a few simple ingredients.
Who says risotto can’t be nutritious? Substitute rice for barley and add in the fresh flavors of feta, lemon and other Mediterranean herbs and spices.
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.
Craving pasta but trying to cut back on carbs? Why not try this savory and sweet Thai Peanut Spaghetti Squash? Roasted spaghetti squash stands in for traditional pasta and it’s loaded with veggies, including broccoli and Swiss chard.