Roasted Rainbow Cabbage

Roasted Rainbow Cabbage

Tis the season for red and green, but adding purple to the mix makes an especially festive dish when you’re cooking up cabbage. A cruciferous rainbow of color, these roasted strips are seasoned with sesame oil and toasted sesame seeds for subtle Asia ...
3-Ingredient Cranberry-Orange Relish

3-Ingredient Cranberry-Orange Relish

One of the best condiments at Thanksgiving dinner is the cranberry sauce. It’s tart, sweet, sour and a little bitter, but absolutely delicious–and nutritious! Cranberries pack a big nutritional punch, providing vitamin C, beta-carotene, choline ...
Cinnamon Apple Pie With Cheddar Crust

Cinnamon Apple Pie With Cheddar Crust

Everyone knows the familiar crunch of a good apple – the skin snaps with every bite and sweet juice runs down your chin. Baked into a pie, peeled sliced become exquisitely tender with a delicate flavor that’s enhanced by autumn spices. This all-Ameri ...
Personal Pan Pecan Pie

Personal Pan Pecan Pie

Whisk together flour, sugar, butter and eggs, making sure to keep this crust dough cold so it comes out nice and flaky. Turn on the stove and bring more butter, sugar and corn syrup to a boil. Add nuts and eggs. Pour mixture into baked crust and bake ...
Peanut Butter-Pumpkin Bars

Peanut Butter-Pumpkin Bars

Can’t decide on the right holiday dessert? Calorie-wise, pumpkin pie is the better choice over traditional pecan or even homemade apple pie with its flaky butter crust. But pumpkin pie is a bit overdone, don’t you think? Scrap the same old song and d ...
Citrus-Chia Quinoa & Lentil Salad

Citrus-Chia Quinoa & Lentil Salad

Salads are satisfying, but usually they’re missing a key nutrition component: protein. To turn leafy greens into a meal, you could add chopped chicken, chickpeas or another salad-compatible protein source. Or, drizzle on a dressing that eliminates ex ...