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Baked cauliflower at its best!
For the zucchini lovers!
The garlic in this recipe gives the zucchini a divine flavor.
Asparagus both tastes great and is high in folate and potassium!
Chewy, homemade flatbread makes any meal seem special. Use in place of pitas, bread, or crackers!
I love this recipe! It can be used as a sauce for grilled meats, a dressing for salads or steamed vegetables, or as a marinade for tofu or other lean proteins. You will always find it in my refrigerator.
A simple, hearty meat-free meal. Pair with a green salad, and dinner is ready.
Raspberry, strawberry, blueberry, blackberry--choose any berry you want. You can't go wrong with these healthy, tasty muffins.
Sweet and creamy, both sweet potatos and beans are good sources of dietary fiber!
It's the perfect time of year for this recipe! Sweet potatoes are one of the most delicious (and nutritious!) winter comfort foods, and the warm maple syrup flavor of this dish is the perfect complement to cold weather. Choose medium sweet potatoes with firm, unblemished skins â€” they'll have the best flavor!
Use this to dress your salad or as a dipping sauce for cut vegetables. Don't like cilantro? No problem, just swap it out for Italian parsley or dill.
This bread is tasty and low in fat, and it is simple enough for even novice bakers.
A double-hitter: Each portion has almost two servings of vegetables.
Green beans and onions are lightly sautéed in only one tablespoon of oil.
Skimming the fat off the chicken stock and using minimal oil and no added salt means that this crunchy rice is tasty and healthy!
Low-calorie and high-fiber, these tasty (not fried) beans make a quick supper when spread upon warm corn tortillas topped with melted cheese.
A healthier version of a cold weather classic with a twist.
Scones are perfect for weekend house guests, hostess gifts or picnics. Traditionally made with loads of butter and cream, mine use far less butter--and wheat flour.
Low-fat, crispy, garlic-seasoned oven fries.
This Southern staple gets a dose of fiber--with half of the fat of the original. Make a double batch over the weekend and freeze for the busy weekday mornings.
Serve these fruit kebabs at your next party.
Light, low-fat biscuits
This traditional Mexican sauce is spicy and goes well with Chef Meg's Cocoa-Crusted Pork Tenderloin.
A healthy and delicious vegetarian option for summertime grilling.
This roasted zucchini recipe with squash is one of our favorite sides. This recipe is healthy and easy to make. Tastes good hot or cold and reheats well in the microwave.
I stole this recipe from memebr MrsMohr.... she was on vacation and I wanted to add all the stuff together, so this is hers!! It is the only mashed cauliflower recipe I actually love!
A breakfast classic.