Side Items Recipes (Most Popular)
Load up on Roma tomatoes when they're in season, then dry them in the oven to intensify their flavor and savor them all year round.
Whether you make these on the grill or in the oven, these quick-fix potato packs are mom's best friend. No mess, no clean-up, and only 5 minutes to prep!
This is a great tasting spinach and artichoke side dish. Make it even more healthy with fat free mayo and sour cream and a butter substitute.
Serve this refreshing veggie as an appetizer or on the side. Can be served hot or cold.
A lighter version of the classic holiday recipe.
A wonderful way to use up the vegetables in your crisper.
5 Bean Salad or Dip Style
Tired of the same ol' green beans? Then, try this recipe!
A healthy dose of vitamin C comes with this dish.
This citrusy rice contains almonds, celery, and onions, but no added salt for a flavorful low sodium side dish.
These “mashed potatoes” taste just as good as the real thing, but they’re much lower in carbs!
Ever tried turning zucchini into ''pasta''? With a vegetable peeler, it's easy to create ribbons of squash.
Much healthier than fried zucchini, these crispy little bites make a yummy snack or side dish!
A great summer snack!
Family favorite with healthier ingredients
You'll never believe these sweet and crunchy chips were made in the microwave. They'll become your new favorite savory snack.
Try a two for one: The next time you are turning on the oven to 375 degrees, roast the squash, cool it slightly, peel and package to freeze. You'll have butternut squash on hand whenever you need it, and you can have dinner on the table in no time!
A yummy side dish to serve with pork or chicken.
This French toast is perfect for a crowd--no more standing over a hot stove while one person at a time eats breakfast.
After you've roasted a chicken or turkey don't throw away the bones. They can be used to make homemade, low-sodium stocks, which can add flavor to your healthy, home-cooked meals.
Swiss chard is a heart-healthy leafy green that everyone should include in their diet. This recipe is an excellent source of calcium, so you'll build bone with every bite.
A healthy version of a classic fall favorite.
Not your basic yams.
Forget buying packets of seasonings. They're expensive and often full of salt. Save sodium and money by making this easy herb blend. Use it in sauces, soups, stews, on meats... anywhere you want to add Italian flavor without fat or sodium!
There's no need to buy pumpkin pie spice. You can easily make your own at home. And it makes a great hostess gift for any fall event! Feel free to double or triple this recipe!
Good side dish and an easy way to get in a serving of veggies.
The problem you always run into with eggplant is blandness and it's hard for me to enjoy it without frying it up! (not so healthy) until now ;)
The easiest and healthiest version of your favorite pizza crust!