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A double-dose of blueberries (frozen and dried) gives these muffins extra flavor, and whole-wheat flour adds fiber. At just 125 calories each, these blueberry muffins make a not-too-guilty treat to start your day.
This homemade baking mix incorporates whole-wheat flour and costs about the same per serving as the national brand.
This recipe showcases the freshest, ripest summer tomatoes you can find. The only cooking involved is warming a bit of olive oil, which infuses the herbs and takes the raw edge off the tomato.
Better than store-bought, these granola bars include healthy almonds, whole grain, natural sweeteners and a touch of fruit.
A delightful combination of fall flavors.
A cold-weather version of the summer favorite, Panzanella (typically made with day-old bread, tomato, cucumber and a light oil-and-vinegar dressing). This winter version features butternut squash, spinach, raisin bread and an apple cider vinaigrette.
A hearty salad made with wheat berries, this is a fantastic potluck contribution.
This recipe combines farro, an Italian grain similar to wheat, with roasted butternut squash and red onion.
This salad was inspired by a wonderful meal at a French bistro; it's fresh, bright and perfectly suited to wintertime.
A healthier alternative to the bacon-laden warm spinach salad, this is a nice side dish for cool weather.