Recipes

Healthy eating doesn't have to be boring. Bring a little flavor into your weekly meal plan with these healthy recipes that are as tasty as they are nutritious. Trust us, you won't be disappointed.

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Roasted Fennel & Brussels Sprouts
Simply seasoned veggies are the perfect side: Both fennel and Brussels sprouts are packed with antioxidants and fiber, and get tender and subtly sweet when roasted.
Oven-Roasted Orange-Dijon Rack Of Pork
Rack of pork, which is high in protein as well as minerals like iron and zinc, creates a stunning centerpiece that is deceptively easy to prep.
Rolled Turkey Breast With Walnut Pesto
Whether you're serving a smaller group or just don't want to deal with a whole bird, turkey breast is a delicious and versatile option. Here, we've stuffed it with a fresh pesto, made with omega-3-rich walnuts and micronutrient-packed basil.
Mushroom & Butternut Squash Vegetable Wellington
Mushrooms stand in for meat in this vegetarian main, bringing umami flavor and a satisfying texture, as well as antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer compounds. Lentils have plenty of satiating fiber, and rosemary and thyme add classic holiday flavor. A light and crisp salad is the ideal complement.
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Puff Pastry Apple Tart
Flaky, crunchy, and light-as-air store-bought puff pastry makes this dessert a cinch to assemble. Tons of apples and spiced honey give this classic flavor, while pomegranate seeds provide a refreshing pop of tart sweetness—and an extra hit of antioxidants, too.
Cranberry-Almond Galette
A mix of whole-wheat and almond flours makes a hearty crust, while a lightly sweetened cranberry filling gets an extra burst of flavor from orange zest, ginger, and cinnamon. A sprinkling of almonds on top adds nutrients as well as an irresistible crunch.

Chicken Leg Quarters In Pepper Sauce

Braising the chicken uncovered lets the skin stay nice and crispy while the meat cooks gently, for a juicy result. Red bell peppers and tomatoes are both full of beta-carotene and vitamin C. They lend the sauce a subtle sweetness that's balanced out by just a hint of heat from chile flakes.