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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Beet Bourguignon
Inspired by the classic French dish, our plant-based version swaps vibrant, fiber- and antioxidant-rich beets for beef and smoked paprika for bacon, all in a flavorful red wine sauce. The result: a cozy bowl that leaves you satiated—but not stuffed.
Herbed Turnip-Rutabaga Flatbread
A creamy lemon-and-herb spread—made from protein- and calcium-rich ricotta and Greek-style yogurt—is the ideal base for earthy, mustardy root vegetables. Thinly sliced prosciutto brings extra richness and flavor.
Sweet Potato Steaks Over Kale
Sweet potatoes are full of vitamins A and C, which help support your immune system, as well as gut-healthy fiber. Here, we've turned them into the main event, put them on a simple kale salad, and finished the dish with a delectable sweet-and-sour topping.
Pasta With Sausage And Braised Vegetables
Radishes are known for their sharp, peppery flavor, but when cooked, they develop a subtle sweetness that complements the savory sausage and cheese in this comforting pasta dish. Like other cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and cabbage), radishes are also a source of compounds with anticancer and heart-healthy benefits.
Ultimate Root Salad
With crunchy raw vegetables, juicy and sweet oranges, salted nuts, and a smoky, spice-laced dressing, this salad hits every flavor and texture note. The healthy fat from the olive oil and nuts makes the salad satisfying and also helps your body maximize the veggies' nutrients.
Celery Root–Parsnip Rösti With Smoked Salmon
Adding shredded celery root and parsnips to this Swiss potato pancake adds a light sweetness as well as vitamins and minerals. (It also cuts the carbs and calories.) A yogurt and dill topping is creamy and fresh, and goes perfectly with smoked salmon.

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Roasted Fennel & Brussels Sprouts
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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.
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.