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Italian dressing is a favorite for many, yet most store-bought dressings have a lot of preservatives, additives, or oils.
This healthy version of the traditional Mexican sausage makes a tasty side dish for your favorite brunch. It’s so fun to make, you can even get the kids involved. These can be prepared as patties or as a hash.
These fruit and grain bars are free of processed sugar and full of flavor. They make a great snack on the road when healthy options are hard to find, and they are also one of the least messy treats you can give the kids in the car.
This creamy, zesty, and herbaceous dressing is super versatile. It’s perfect for salads and raw or cooked veggies, and can even be used as a sandwich topping.
It’s easy to fall in love with these brownie bites. They are a little crisp on the outside and are soft, moist, and dense on the inside, like fudgy brownies but so much healthier.
Make this easy oil-free dressing in large batches to have on hand for a number of uses. It is a perfect salad dressing for mixed greens or romaine lettuce.
With its delicious vinaigrette base, you won’t miss the mayo in this potato salad. This salad is nice and light compared to most potato salads, and it makes great use of veggies that are in season in the late summer.
These chickpeas are delicious to nibble on or to use to top salads, pasta, soups, pizza, grains, and more! Leftovers can be lightly mashed or pureed with condiments for a sandwich spread.
These omega-3-rich bites are the perfect snack or dessert. They can curb hunger and cravings without giving you a sugar crash. Keep them in the fridge or freezer for a tasty boost to grab on the go!