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Try these delicious Shamrock Green Smoothie Recipes for St Patricks Day, including spinach and dairy-free variations.
Try this simple dessert to cool guests' palates after the spicy Hot Pot.
This easy casserole is a great way to use left over ham and is sure to please the whole family.
A quick and easy one-pot meal that is filling and flavorful.
Smoky, spicy, and sweet! These are ribs with a kick!
Boiling the sugar, raisins and spices produces a wonderfully flavored cake that's bound to become a holiday favorite. Dress it up with the lemony glaze just before serving for the perfect finish to this festive dinner.
Easy enough for kids to help make, elegant enough for a Thanksgiving celebration, these wow-worthy cornucopias will take you back to the times you made horns of plenty in grade school.
30 minutes or fewer. Dried fruit adds complex carbs and fiber to this healthful, portable and unusually good trail mix. It will keep up to 5 days in an airtight container.
A hint of fresh lemon juice and lemon zest add a subtle yet elegant tang to this springtime full-meal salad fine for lunch or dinner. To make this meal fully health-oriented, serve the salad with bran muffins scented with lemon extract or grated lemon zest, and follow up with a lemon-based dessert such as lemon bars with lemon sorbet. To drink? Iced or hot lemon tea, of course, if you want something nonalcoholic.
30 MINUTES OR LESS. Use a polenta brand that cooks in 5 minutes or less.
A more healthful variation on the classic Argentinean pastry, these empanadas call for whole-wheat flour and are baked instead of deep-fried.
This filling entree tastes like it's been simmered for hours instead of just 20 minutes. To sweeten the slightly bitter sauce, stir in 1 tablespoon agave nectar with the mustard and use 1 1/2 cups beer and 1 cup water. Serve over rice or Mashed Potatoes with Chives from vegetariantimes.com.
Serve these elegant hors d'oeuvres the next day; no one will ever know they're made from holiday leftovers!