Smoked Salmon Crêpes with Creamed Peas

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Sweet and fruity hand pies dusted with cookie crumbs. Use premade pie crust dough or make our easy Classic Pie Crust. If you don't have a 5-inch cookie cutter, use a small bowl or make smaller pies.

Rich avocado and puréed white beans give this crowd-pleasing, healthy dip its creamy texture. Serve with carrots, celery and red bell pepper for dipping.

Easy to make and fun to eat, this crispy wake-up-your-tastebuds tofu provides a delicious vegan version of traditional corn dogs. Sweet and hot mustard is the secret ingredient in the tangy, delicious coating.

Why didn't I think of that? Satisfying and affordable popcorn adds volume to stretch roasted nuts and dried fruit for happy snacking that all ages will enjoy.

Make these basic bean burgers and enjoy a meatless summer feast. The burger mixture may seem loose but these will certainly hold up and keep their shape when cooked on a hot grill. Serve on sprouted whole grain buns with lettuce, tomato, avocado and red onion.

Creamy and comforting, this one-pot supper is made with pearl onions, peas, carrots and flaky whitefish over premade gluten-free cream biscuits. Elegant enough for brunch guests, it also makes a simple family supper alongside green salad.

Secret Ingredient: Aged Balsamic Vinegar

Miso adds savory depth of flavor to this recipe, an excellent side dish for any time of year. Transform it into a hearty vegan entrée by adding cubed baked tofu or tempeh.

This tender and delicious crust holds together beautifully, perfect for making sweet pies or savory quiches. With millet flour and almond meal, it has tons of flavor, too.

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Serve these stuffed squash halves immediately or fill with the stuffing and refrigerate them, covered, one day in advance. Simply reheat them before serving.

By using sprouted whole grain bread instead of white French bread, we've given this classic breakfast a healthy twist.

This makes an excellent dip for carrot or celery sticks, or blanched green beans and asparagus. It easily doubles as a creamy salad dressing, too.

Challah, a rich braided bread typically made with eggs, is perfect for making French toast. Drizzle with honey instead of maple syrup, if you like.

These savory crisps are simple and irresistible, made from just two ingredients. If you like spice, add a pinch of cayenne, espelette or freshly cracked black pepper to the mixture before baking. Serve on the side of any crisp green salad or bowl of soup.

Use leftover compound butter tossed in pasta, spread on freshly baked biscuits or melted into a fresh vegetable sauté.

Fresh greens combine with pantry classics of olive oil, crushed red pepper and canned cannellini beans in this simple, nutritious side dish that pairs well with hearty entrées.

Have breakfast in bed with our french toast made with delicate challah bread, top with fresh or thawed frozen berries and plenty of maple syrup.

These fragrant sweets are perfect for packing in lunches. For a fun spin, add 1/2 teaspoon ground cardamom to the batter when you add the cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.

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