Increase your intake of nutrients and antioxidants when your body needs a reset. You can make it easier by pre-portioning spinach and fruit into freezer bags. Just grab a bag from the freezer on busy mornings and blend with milk and honey. It’s that easy.
Bright lemon, pistachios, sweet honey, and sharp horseradish complement the richness of salmon.
Crisp apples and dried cranberries come together in a fresh Autumn salad. Feel free to double or triple for a larger group.
Sweet and tasty, winter squash is a great side dish for the time of the year when the oven is your friend.
Red, juicy watermelon and strawberries are soul mates. Both need salt, spice, and fat to reach their full potential.
This creamy side dish goes well with any meal. Try swapping regular potatoes for yams for a sweeter version.
Perk up your life! This delicious tonic tastes somewhat like a sparkling lemonade. Add raspberries or strawberries to take it to the next level.
Sweet and savory carrot fries are a vitamin-packed, less starchy substitute for potatoes. You may also use beets or celery root to make these fries.
Chicken Burrito Bowls are an easy way to stay on the New Year’s healthy eating plan. Taking the leftovers to work, for lunch, is another perk of this recipe.
Truffle Roasted Chickpeas are excellent snacks for serving with cocktails. Truffle oil has an intense flavor, so use it in moderation.