Roasted Asparagus with Lemon-Feta Crumble

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A bright mixture of strawberries, kiwi and cucumber pairs nicely with the rich flavor of salmon.

This is a super tasty way to get vegetables into the morning meal. Try substituting broccoli or asparagus for the spinach, add sausage or veggie sausage, or use warm whole wheat tortillas or naan in place of the pitas.

Canned tuna is an affordable protein option high in essential fatty acids. Add variety to your lunchbox by mixing it with other ingredients besides the classic mayonnaise and mustard. Raisins are a surprisingly sweet touch that kids will love in this modern take on...

This chunky, veggie-packed chili is just the thing for cold-weather comfort or watching the game. A surprise ingredient—cauliflower—adds even more flavor.

Quinoa takes the place of traditional bulgur in this flavorful salad. It can stand alone as a vegetarian main dish, thanks to quinoa's protein content, or be served as a side dish or sandwich filling.

Roasted peanuts, bittersweet chocolate and just a touch of salt, what's not to love? These cookies are downright irresistible.

This version of Turkey's classic lentil soup is home cooking at its best: Simple, flavorful and nutritious. Make it a complete meal by adding a tangy salad and your favorite flatbread or a crusty loaf of whole-grain bread.

For those of us who can never decide which pie we like best, this pie is the best of both worlds. With apple pie on the bottom and pumpkin pie on top, everyone wins! Serve with scoops of vanilla ice cream for an extra treat.

This variation on the classic Waldorf salad uses kale instead of lettuce and adds apple and walnuts to the dressing for a creamy consistency without using the typical mayonnaise base.

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This easy veggie-filled interpretation of pot pie takes advantage of a slow cooker to make the filling and tops individual portions with homemade sweet potato biscuits. For a vegetarian version, omit the chicken thighs and use vegetable broth in place of chicken...

Packed with apples, raisins, walnuts, carrots and coconut, these morning glory muffins are gently sweetened with sweet potato purée and applesauce. The purée and applesauce replace oil in the original recipe while adding tons of moisture and flavor.

Try this hearty fork-and-knife sandwich with crisp bacon, sweet red peppers and tender collard greens for a satisfying breakfast or brunch. Top with poached or fried eggs, too.

This creamy gratin of collard greens and crunchy parmesan bread crumbs is an ideal side dish for family meals, or top servings with a fried egg for a main course.

Roasted peanuts add a rich and toasted note to these pan-sautéed collard greens, made with red onions, garlic and dried chiles.

This collard greens salad is dressed with sherry vinaigrette, plumped currants and shaved Manchego cheese. It’s terrific eaten right away or made a day or two in advance and chilled until ready to serve.

Making croutons at home with no added oil or butter means these crunchy favorites will last longer in your pantry. While essential in side salads, croutons can make appearance in hot pasta dishes, as the base for stuffing or dressing recipes and in panzanella.

Creamy avocados and perfectly spicy jarred salsa make fast work of this game day snack. Serve this easy guacamole with black bean or sweet potato chips, or spoon onto tacos or burritos.

Spiked with fresh rosemary and parsley and piquant blue cheese, this fancy game day popcorn snack won’t last long.

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