Healthy Holiday Recipes
Pomegranate seeds add beautiful color and juicy flavor to this simple grain salad balanced with peppery arugula and crunchy bits of celery.
Brightly flavored satsumas are the citrus base for this wonderful green bean dish, but you can substitute just about any citrus variety, such as clementines, tangerines or blood oranges.
Here's a light vegetable side dish to balance out your Thanksgiving table. To make ahead, simply prepare the vinaigrette and satsumas, pack everything separately and toss all together just before serving. For an entree salad, ...
This festive main course is rich and tasty on its own, but you can also pair it with Vegan Mushroom Gravy.
Serve over whole grains or mashed potatoes or stir some into your favorite beans and greens for a hearty ragout.
A few tablespoons of unsalted pumpkin seeds would make a festive garnish to this sweet and tangy greens dish; use them in place of or in addition to the walnuts if you like.
Everybody will say how good this is--and nobody will know how good it is for you. If you happen to have leftovers, it's also great for breakfast or dessert. For an extra sweet touch, add chopped fresh pineapple or use pineapple juice instead of orange juice.
What better way to use leftover turkey from Thanksgiving than to make a satisfying pot of turkey noodle soup? Our hearty version gets a nutritional boost from kale and whole-wheat elbow macaroni.
An excellent topping for sandwiches, chicken, pork or steamed greens. The spiciness of the finished chutney will depend on the heat of your curry powder, so increase or decrease the amount you use to suit your tastes and add pepper flakes if you want even more kick...
A combo of cocoa, oats, dates, almond butter and spices makes for naturally sweet treats, a healthier alternative during the holiday sweets season.
These moist, flavorful, not-too-sweet cookies are excellent for snacks, breakfast or dessert.
A simple mixture of nuts, raisins and spices makes a delicious topping for Honeycrisp apples.