Looking for a side to bring to Thanksgiving that doesn’t make you feel bloated? These healthy recipes are great for the big meal!
Crispy on the outside and sweet and soft on the inside, baked butternut squash fries are a great low-carb, healthy side dish for your entrees.
You just need the power of a food processor and the heat of an oven and you can create an authentic falafel recipe!
Making falafel has never been easier! Blend all of the ingredients in a food processor, for the falafel, and bake in the oven. That’s it!
Get ready to add a little southwestern flare to your baked sweet potatoes by making this healthier version of a taco bowl!
A perfect post-cleansing snack that is oil-free and perfectly crunchy. These baked vegetable chips are fully customizable, so get after it!
Paleo, Whole30, and nightshade-free, these baked parsnip fries are the perfect side dish for any seasonal autumn entree.
These homemade plantain chips are perfectly crunchy and incredibly addictive. Make this recipe next time you need a healthy, filling snack.
Take a break from guacamole and enjoy this new creative avocado recipe. It’ll probably be your new favorite appetizer. No big deal.
Don’t revert to old snacking habits once you finish cleansing. Bake these carrot chips so you can snack deliciously and guilt-free!
Take advantage of butternut squash while they are still in season! Bake this simple butternut recipe to enjoy the classic flavors of fall.
Replace those unhealthy carbs from enriched, processed pasta with the essential nutrients in spaghetti squash! Make this your next dinner.
Whether you are looking for a tasty appetizer or an irresistible side, these savory sweet potato fries are delicious and easy to prepare.
We are getting fancy with this recipe! There is absolutely no way that you will only eat one stuffed tomato. You have to eat at least two!
Finding the perfect vegan cornbread can be a difficult task, but we believe we struck gold with this recipe. Make it this Thanksgiving.
Here is a healthy vegan snack that you can enjoy guilt-free. This banana chips are easy to make, yummy, and are the perfect on-the-go snack.
Healthy Thanksgiving options are not hard to find. To make life easier, here is a savory, hearty dish you can serve up during the holidays.
Autumn means squash and this recipe for stuffed squash is absolutely delicious. We tried it both with the acorn squash (pictured) and butternut squash. The butternut gave the recipe a little more sweetness and was more filling because it’s bigger. The acorn, though, was perfectly sized and could be used as an appetizer for a nice sit-down dinner.
Whether you are looking to class up your appetizer game or want a hearty vegan entree, these stuffed portobellos are a must-have dish!
Cornbread doesn’t have to be unhealthy, people! This recipe is proof that you can have your cornbread and eat it too!