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Pumpkin Bread

This pumpkin bread is a fantastic way to welcome fall. And using ramekins means you don’t need to bake a whole loaf! Made with warm spices—cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove—this classic autumn treat bakes up perfectly moist and flavorful.

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Puerto Rican Rice With Pigeon Peas

Rice with pigeon peas is the most popular dish in Puerto Rico, particularly at Christmas. There are many variations on this traditional recipe, but most are made with lots of fat and pork. This healthy version uses brown rice and contains no oil or processed products. The fresh sofrito gives it a delicious touch! This rice contains all the traditional flavors without the cholesterol.

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Pumpkin Polenta

The best thing about polenta is that it pairs well with pretty much anything you put in it, around it, or on top of it. The addition of pumpkin and spice to this polenta is a tad non-traditional, but it’s incredible just the same. The roasted Brussels sprouts topping adds depth, texture, and a rustic flare and flavor.

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Mediterranean Coleslaw

This healthy slaw makes a great side to many different dishes. Make sure to use a mandoline slicer to thinly shave the vegetables. It gives the slaw an irresistible, pleasantly light texture.

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Za’atar Roasted Chickpeas

Za’atar seasoning is a blend of herbs and toasted sesame seeds typically associated with Middle Eastern cuisine. In this dish, it combines really well with the Cajun seasoning to give the roasted chickpeas a flavor profile that is savory and slightly spicy.

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Acai Berry Smoothie Bowl

This sweet-tart açaí smoothie bowl is delicious! Topped with fresh fruit, homemade granola, cacao nibs, and almond butter, it’s good for breakfast, as a snack, or as a delicious treat.

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Date and Soy Stir-Fry Sauce

I always have this sauce on hand. With this sauce, some cooked rice or pasta, and a package of frozen vegetables, I can have dinner ready in less than 15 minutes. Even if I do have to make this easy sauce, I can prepare dinner in less than 30 minutes.

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Peruvian Causa with Oyster Mushrooms

This recipe is inspired by the ingredients of the traditional Peruvian causa, which is often made with lemon, mayonnaise, and egg. The exquisitely seasoned oyster mushrooms that serve as the stuffing give this plant-based alternative a unique touch.

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Texas Caviar

This is a wonderful summer salad that’s full of fresh garden flavors and nutrient-dense ingredients. The jalapeño peppers give it a little kick that pairs deliciously with the earthy sweetness of the black-eyed peas.

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Pasta Cacciatore

This pasta cacciatore has the wonderful flavors of the classic Italian dish—without meat. The spicy, chunky red sauce is packed with tomatoes, olives, mushrooms, red pepper, and onions.

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Curried Rice Salad

The sweetness of the currants contrasts well with the lively curry flavor. If you don’t have currants, use raisins or any other dried fruit. Serve this salad on a bed of greens—such as spinach, arugula, or field greens—for a nice lunch.

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Mushroom Barbacoa Bowl

Barbacoa is a form of slow cooking meat over an open fire that supposedly originated in the Caribbean (although humans have been cooking this way since we discovered fire).

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Edamame Hummus

Edamame makes a very smooth and delicious hummus that’s a great alternative to the traditional chickpea recipe. It has a faint sweetness and a slightly nutty flavor that goes really well with whole wheat pita or your favorite dipping snack.

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Mexican Power Bowl

Power bowls are delicious, but they can also be nutritional powerhouses. They’re an uncomplicated, versatile, and highly customizable way to eat healthy food. This Mexican bowl is a wholesome fiesta of flavors.

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Smoky Black Bean Burger

This burger takes a little more effort than some burger recipes, but it’s totally worth it. The flaxseed keeps the burger from being crumbly, and the beets give it that authentic look that is so popular.

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Gazpacho

This traditional Spanish soup is perfect for hot summer days. It’s refreshing, light, and super easy to prepare. With only a handful of ingredients, it’ll be ready before you know it!

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Kale Pancakes

This one might sound a little odd at first, but it’s delicious! The dates give it just the right amount of sweetness, and as a bonus, you get all the antioxidants of the kale.

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