Looking for creative ways to make this Thanksgiving both more delicious and personally fulfilling? It’s a special time to treat yourself, but also to connect with what’s important.
Why use jellied cranberry sauce from a can when you can make your own? Skip the refined sugar and high-fructose corn syrup! This all-natural sauce is tangy, sweet, and easier to make than you think!
The blend of spices in this dish produces bold, smoky flavors and mouth watering aromas. The robustness of the potatoes and cabbage pairs really well with the sweetness of the red bell pepper and carrot!
Hollandaise is a decadent sauce traditionally made with eggs and butter. This vegan version is delicious, especially when served over steamed vegetables.
This stew is reminiscent of okra gumbo, a Southwest Louisiana favorite.
This crowd-pleasing salad buddha bowl strikes a great balance between a wide variety of vibrant flavors. The peppery freshness of the arugula pairs wonderfully with the smoothness of the avocado. Add to that the heartiness of the sweet potato and a healthy scoop of quinoa, and it’s quite filling too!
Muesli is a breakfast cereal made from rolled oats, dried fruits, nuts and seeds, and sometimes other grains. It is easy to prepare and nice to have on hand. Try pairing it with chopped fresh fruit and unsweetened non-dairy milk.
The peppery arugula, toasted pecans, and mix of tart and sweet fruits in this salad make it a perfect accompaniment for any dish. Or, it can be a quick, easy meal on its own when cooking seems like too much work.
You’ve had granola, but have you ever had granola with mango? This mixture comes together in a snap and offers a sweet but substantial snack on the go whenever you need a boost.
These lemon poppy seed pancakes are packed with good-for-you ingredients. They even contain an unconventional surprise: sweet potatoes!