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A nice way to introduce veggies to your meals
A delicious cauliflower breadstick recipe that is a low-calorie option to real bread.
Even kale needs some love. Massaging an acid-based dressing into the fibrous green leaves tenderizes them, making the healthy vegetable more palatable in its raw form.
If you love veggies, you will love this side dish.
A colorful mix of red & sweet potatoes.
The best boiled eggs are simmered gently then steeped to keep them tender, not rubbery.
Avocado stands in for cheese in this simple, elegant appetizer.
By roasting these hearty winter vegetables, we soften their strong tastes and bring out their natural sweetness.
A delicious addition to any meal or by itself.
hate veggies? you'll love this!
I combined all my favorite Greek ingredients, layered them in a dish and created a dip that's a hit at parties or family game night.
Really quick and very easy
This Italian green bean recipe is my favorite way to eat green beans. It's incredibly simple and delicious!
Smoky and creamy grilled avocados filled with salsa and crumbled Mexican cheese turn any meal into a fiesta.
A delicious and healthy alternative to the traditional chip.
Vinaigrettes are perfect as salad dressing, a dipping sauce for steamed vegetables, and a marinade for lean cuts of meats.
Fresh salsa is always better than bottled, and it is much lower in sodium. This salsa is great with tortilla chips, on tacos or burritos or tostadas, or even straight out of the bowl!
Festive and healthy -- a great side dish for a special occasion or any night of the week.
Super moist and so yummy.
Easy Side Dish Recipe
This penne pasta salad is a healthier take on a classic cookout side dish.
Delicious low-carb alternative to mashed potatoes for Atkins/South Beach style diets
Creamy slaw pairs well with fried chicken, but who needs all that mayo? This one uses Greek yogurt and a healthier mayo, plus a few other secret ingredients.
Start with this simple but flavorful recipe, then add in anything you'd like! Try it with fresh herbs like chives, cilantro, rosemary, or thyme.
It looks like jam, but it's bursting with whole fruit and thick enough to eat with a fork. Serve over pork roast, on top of yogurt or cottage cheese, or on your morning toast.
Turn caprese salad into a fun appetizer by serving it in shot glasses!
A creamy sweet & sour salad