Nothing says comfort to us in the fall more than butternut squash. This variety of squash really helps you 'eat your rainbow' and adds a wonderful splash of color to your dinner plate! This anti-inflammatory squash is full of immune boosting properties, helpful with digestion, and helps lower blood pressure. We've whipped up this warm and savory side dish that we're sure will be a crowd pleaser. By blending the richness of roasted butternut squash combined with fresh flavors, this dish is straightforward, yet elegant at the same time. Sometimes less is more. It's simple to make, but no one needs to know that!
This is a great appetizer to bring to a party and impress your friends. Mushrooms are a great source of protein, fiber, vitamins B and C, calcium, and minerals. Also, this appetizer looks and taste fancy, yet are so simple to prepare. You can get creative with the filling too and try different spice blends!
Your home will smell exotic and take you to a faraway land while these slow cooker lentils simmer in your crockpot. Pop all the main ingredients in in the morning, cook low and slow, then by dinner it's time to enjoy this iron rich, protein filled dish!
This is a great staple to have on hand to keep your immunity high. Bone broth provides vital minerals and nutrients. Use as a soup base, or enjoy a cup a day to keep you healthy and feeling great!! This recipe is great to use up leftover bones after roasting a chicken.
This is Meg's go to salad that she loves to eat and bring as a side dish to any gathering. You just have to try it and you'll love it as well. So incredibly filling and packed with nutrients. This is satisfying and delicious, and SO COLORFUL! Eat your rainbow and feel good all day long after eating this yummy salad.
You may see the title of this and think to yourself, "wow, these guys love their zoodles" -- and you're definitely on to us! But let's be honest...zoodles are amazing. They're nutritious (they are, after all, a veggie), they're easy, there's no boiling required, they have an awesome texture, and they're the perfect little vehicle for anything you'd ordinarily slap on some pasta...and then some. This is the recipe for the gal (or guy!) on the go - 20 minutes max start to finish, can be pre-made and these are equally delish eaten cold. Don't feel like cooking up meat? Rinse some white beans and throw them in the mix instead. In any case - this is a winner.
Another must have holiday side dish. You can't go wrong with this simple, nutrient packed, sweet and savory dish. Or better yet, make a regular ol' weeknight FEEL like a special holiday meal and make this as a side tonight!
This is a great side dish for any Mexican meal. It is nutrient dense and fills you up with fresh flavor! Cooked in the same style as traditional rice, it is simple to make.
Beets may have a bad wrap, but we can almost promise that you will love this recipe. Beets are full of many vitamins and minerals and make a great substitution for potatoes. Cooked in healthy oils, you will know exactly what are in these wonderful chips. Great served alongside a nice steak, burger or anything grilled. Just be aware that purple beets are a bit messy when cutting and may turn your fingers a pretty shade of purple, but don't worry it is temporary!