Easy (And Vegan!) Baked Zucchini Fries

Easy (And Vegan!) Baked Zucchini Fries

They’re the ultimate comfort food. Golden, crisp, hot, greasy fries dunked in a puddle of ketchup. Your taste buds couldn’t ask for more. But your body deserves better. The next time your burger calls for a side, try these easy, oven-baked, breaded z ...
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 ...
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 ...
Gluten-Free Wild Rice & Millet Stuffing

Gluten-Free Wild Rice & Millet Stuffing

This holiday season, don’t lose sight of your health goals. It’s easy to enjoy seasonal dishes without ruining the hard work you’ve put in this year simply by making some smart swaps in your favorite recipes. This savory stuffing combines mille ...
Wholesome Granola-Nut Sweet Potato Casserole

Wholesome Granola-Nut Sweet Potato Casserole

Here’s something to be thankful for: a healthified version of a classic favorite holiday dish! Instead of the usual ooey-gooey marshmallow topping, spoon into a wholesome, crisp upper crust made with all-natural granola and buttery chopped pecans. Un ...
Sautéed Turnips with Rosemary

Sautéed Turnips with Rosemary

They look like potatoes, they cook like potatoes, but turnips trump your usual spuds in more ways than one. Compare a single cup of cubes: potatoes pack in 13.5 grams of carbs. Turnips? Only 4.2. Counting calories? You get 58 with potatoes, while tur ...