With only 8 ingredients, these yummy vegan Chocolate Hazelnut Cookies have no flour, no eggs, no added sugar, but they do have delicious flavor. Perfect for a holiday cookie swap, these moist, nutty treats hold up well in an air-tight container for up to 1 week.
You don’t have to go out to dinner to enjoy fresh mussels. This nutritious seafood is simple to prepare. A quick steam in garlic wine sauce brings out the best in these low-calorie seafood favorites. A good source of vitamin B12, protein, iron and zinc, fresh mussels should have a light ocean scent, not a…
Have a hearty, healthy Southern breakfast with grits, greens and bacon. Each individual serving is packed with protein, fiber and Southern goodness.
Decorate these yummy gingerbread men however you’d like. They are sure to run off the plate as soon as you serve them!
Here's a healthy twist on cream cheese and lox. Filled with flavor, these Smoked Salmon Crisps are made with Parmesan cheese "crackers" and cream cheese.
Here’s a delicious way to slip some vegetables into a chocolatey baked treat. The zucchini keeps this easy, quick bread moist. Made with almond milk and coconut oil, this vegan treat will satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth.
The Thanksgiving crowd may be a bit smaller this year, so a simple turkey breast can do the trick. No need to battle with a whole turkey when you can have this easy dinner with turkey and fixings all in one pan. For a family of four, you’ll even have plenty of leftovers.
Nachos don’t have to be dripping with cheese and sour cream to be delicious. These vegetarian nachos are made with buffalo roasted cauliflower and creamy cashew sauce for a kick of flavor without a lot of fat. Healthy toppings make this vegan appetizer a great alternative to fast food nachos.
Looking for a vegan option for your Thanksgiving spread? This Stuffed Acorn Squash is a delicious alternative for the non-meat eaters on your guest list. Stuffed with quinoa, apples, walnuts and cranberries, this roasted acorn squash delivers all the flavors of fall in a impressive, nutritious entrée.
These aren’t your grandmother’s Brussels sprouts. Spruced up with garlic, paprika and a touch of chorizo, this Brussels sprouts side dish will keep your guests coming back for more.