Don’t waste those holiday leftovers! Use them in a fun recipe the entire family will enjoy. This leftover casserole can be served as a dish or as easy to grab muffins.
This is an easy casserole that works great with other veggies as well. Raid the local farmers market and pick up some cauliflower, broccoli, or butternut squash. Your taste buds will love whatever veggies you roast!
Meatloaves are a great comfort food, and best of all, this recipe is incredibly easy for even a novice cook. Lean it up by using ground turkey meat. Feel free to add mushrooms, spinach, onion, and/or peppers to pack in more nutrients.
Who doesn’t like french toast? Make it a little healthier with fresh berries or other fruits or go all out on your cheat day and dust with powdered sugar and drizzled chocolate sauce.
Casseroles are great when you have a large gathering, and this one is sure to please at breakfast time. Got a room full of vegetarians? Omit the meat and add tomatoes, onions, peppers, spinach, and mushrooms.
Avocado toast is an excellent breakfast choice that you can load up with lots of nutritious toppings like vegetables and eggs.
Need a quick snack idea for hungry kiddos after school? Look no further than this easy pizza toast recipe!
If you have a lot of larger bones and are unsure what to do with them, this is a great recipe. This homemade bone broth can be used in many savory recipes to add deeper flavors.
This is a great recipe for the summer heat. Make the day before if you really want the flavors to meld well. Serve cold as a side dish or as the main meal. It’s also easy to make vegetarian. Substitute a can of garbanzo beans drained, rinsed, and mashed for the tuna.
This recipe is easy to make vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free! Just sub chickpeas for tuna, avocado for eggs, and make sure your oats are gluten-free!