Replace standard mashed potatoes with sweet potatoes for a healthy alternative that’s naturally flavorful.
This crustless quiche makes an ideal lunch or light dinner. Serve it cold or hot with a salad.
For convenience, make this batter the night before and refrigerate it overnight. Then bake according to recipe instructions. If using larger berries, like strawberries, be sure to slice them. Drizzle warm French toast with maple, raspberry or strawberry syrup.
This dish makes a balanced meal that vegetarians will love.
Brown rice flour and sorghum flour add extra protein and fiber to these tasty gluten-free, dairy-free pancakes. Top them with sliced fruit, warm applesauce, maple syrup or powdered sugar. For convenience, mix the batter the night before, cover and store overnight in the refrigerator.
This hearty soup makes a nutritious dinner.
Pineapple juice, mango and avocado blend beautifully with tomatoes in this refreshing summertime dish. For best results, make this soup a day ahead so flavors fully develop. Prepare it in batches in a blender. Have a 2-quart pitcher or container ready for the finished soup.
Here's a unique, refreshing twist on gazpacho. Its summer-fresh flavor is always a hit. Prepare it in batches in a blender. Have a 2-quart pitcher or container ready for the finished soup.
These easy pancakes make a nutritious side for brunch and a delicious accompaniment to grilled chicken for dinner.
This dinner dish uses produce that's brimming with antioxidants. For added plate appeal, try round-shaped heirloom zucchini. Serve with gluten-free rolls and tossed garden greens.