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Curried Cauliflower, Pomegranate, & Quinoa Salad with NOW Foods

With Thanksgiving weeks away, my mind is racing to come up with great side dish options. Since I usually don’t host Thanksgiving at my house, the turkey is never my job (thankfully!) and I always volunteer for side dishes instead of sweet treats. Personally, I find that bringing along a healthy and delicious side dish […]

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Roasted Maple Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are one of my absolute favorite side dishes this time of year. Crispy, crunchy, and packed with flavor they make a delicious side dish or base for a complete meal when topped with poached eggs or a grilled protein. This spin on simple roasted Brussels sprouts adds a delicious twist with tangy balsamic […]

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Sunday Slow Cooker: Butternut Squash Soup Three Ways

Nothing screams fall more than butternut squash soup in my opinion and lately I have been making buckets of it. Considering I can pick up a butternut squash for under $5, have all the other ingredients on hand, and can make it in the slow cooker – it’s a favorite meal and freezer item around […]

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Indian Spiced Cabbage with Dates

Spicy, earthy, and with just a hint of sweetness, this Indian inspired side dish will definitely be making an appearance in my kitchen often. There are quite a few things I love about this recipe. First it comes together in under 10 minutes if you start with pre-shredded cabbage or cole slaw mix. Win! Second […]

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Sesame Chicken with Broccoli

A few years back I shared a simple recipe for Sesame Chicken and it has been an absolute blog and meal plan favorite ever since. More than just a blog favorite, it’s a household favorite and something I personally prepare at least 1-2 times a month. Usually when I am making it at home, I […]

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Black Olive and Feta Turkey Burgers

This turkey burger is seriously delicious. It turned out better than I ever expected. It is moist, packed with flavor, and comes in at under 200 calories. I think the magic happens when you add the feta and black olives, which keep the turkey from drying out like it traditionally does in a turkey burger. […]

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