Beets and parsnips make colorful pancakes, topped with a dollop of yogurt and a few flakes of smoked salmon.
These easy bars taste like the crispy treats you grew up with, but use whole grains and nut butter.
Even sprout haters will warm to these crispy, crunchy leaves.
Swapping in turkey breast instead of the traditional pork belly, this golden roast makes a stunning and nourishing centerpiece for any special occasion.
The bread salad is a summer classic, but take it into autumn with roasted squash and sweet pears.
Have you ever dropped sweet potatoes into your morning drink? It’s a surprisingly sweet, smooth, and energizing way to power up your day.
Wait—healthy donuts?! These autumn treats are baked instead of fried, and sweetened with cider and cinnamon.
Is the spookiest part about Halloween the amount of candy you end up eating? Try these fresh fall flavors, instead.
No matter how you slice or spiralize it, butternut squash makes a sweet and nutty main dish or side.
Because yes, healthy packed lunches can come with a side of instant gratification. Slurp!