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This delectable, healthful smoothie is packed with vitamin A, potassium and fiber. Top each serving with some ground flaxseeds or a pinch of nutmeg if you like.

Though it's equally delicious on its own, try topping squares of this spiced cake with dollops of applesauce or almond butter. As a breakfast cake, it's great served alongside scrambled eggs or tofu with bacon or tempeh sausage.

These flourless cookies are dense like a fudgy brownie and rich with creamy peanut butter. A nutty mixture of chopped peanuts and rolled oats is combined with pumpkin purée and studded with sweet chopped dates for a treat that’s as nourishing as it is satisfying....

Ideal as side dish or brunch feature, these easy-to-prepare tomatoes can be served either warm or at room temperature.

Easy to make and great for kids, try using a different variety of preserves each time you make them. We love to use fresh seasonal fruit, too. These cookies are inspired by a recipe from one of our health partners, Dr.

This deliciously moist roasted turkey is surprising in its ease of preparation. Exactly what you remember from Thanksgiving dinners of old only better.

Eye of round is an extremely lean beef roast and should not be overcooked. For best results, slice very thinly. Serve with a side of steamed green beans and mashed potatoes and keep leftovers for sandwiches.

These nachos are terrific for snacking, but they're also satisfying enough to serve as a main course. A chopped jalapeño gives them a nice bit of heat; you can omit it for a milder dish or double the amount for a fiery treat.

Smoky almonds and pimenton (Spanish smoked paprika) are a particularly good match for sweet potatoes.

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Combine your favorite sausage with a sauté of fresh onions, bell peppers and zucchini, then serve over polenta for a quick and satisfying meal that looks as good as it tastes. Starting a meal with the right ingredients makes all the difference in getting it on the...

An after-Thanksgiving tradition in some homes, this is a smart and satisfying way to use leftover turkey.

This quick-off-the-grill "fireworks" dish bursts with color and flavor. A gas grill makes it a snap to prepare, though the asparagus, squash, red peppers and eggplant can be easily sautéed as well.

This sweet corn and avocado salad is so delicious that it's great on its own, too. You'll know the salmon is cooked perfectly when the flesh just begins to flake with a fork.

These cookies are a buttery and rich Hanukkah tradition. Fig preserves and pecans make the filling for these indulgent cookies. Serve with coffee or tea.

Packed with vegetables, beans and pasta, this soup is a meal in itself. Serve with crusty bread and a green salad.

Simple and delicious, leeks may not be your first memory from past holidays, but they may be what you remember from this year.

An easy recipe that combines the sweet flavors of Italian sausage with the underused but delicious herb sage. Pair with a salad of arugula and fennel for a wonderful Italian meal.

This hearty soup combines two lucky foods, black-eyed peas and collard greens, with vegetables and smoky ham. Enjoy on New Year's Day, or any day, for a satisfying, warming meal. Serve with thick slices of toasted crusty bread.

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