If you’ve never liked kale chips, I urge you to try these. Massaging lemon juice into the kale takes away the bitterness, and the ranch seasoning + nutritional yeast is a delicious combination!
This simple slaw is such a versatile staple in my recipe collection! It’s a snap to whip together. It’s not mayo-based, so it lasts a long time, and it makes your tacos and taco salads even more amazing!
Want to know the secrets to making Crispy Sweet Potato Chips? I’ve got the tricks right here.
These balsamic roasted vegetables are roasted in a tangy balsamic marinade and topped with more balsamic glaze and a sprinkling of salty feta. It’s an easy, versatile recipe that’s great for a Thanksgiving side dish, a holiday dinner party, or during the warmer months alongside some grilled meat.
Cauliflower rice reminds me of my dad. I made it once when we were there visiting, and I told him it was a “special kind of rice”, and he — Mr. Meat-and-potatoes-hates-all-vegetables paused for a second then ate two helpings. I guess he figures I eat weird stuff so “rice” seemed safe. We never told …
Grilled pineapple adds a punch of sweetness to basic fresh salsa and goes great with tacos, lettuce wraps, salads, or simply grilled meat!
This cucumber jicama slaw is a great alternative to cabbage or salad greens as a taco topping! Also great with grilled meats.
These aren’t your regular roasted sweet potatoes! They’re smothered in Thai spice, mixed with some toasted coconut, and finished off with a squirt of lime.
The combination of roasted Brussels sprouts and butternut squash is one of my favorites. And when those bitter-sweet flavors combine with some salty bacon? *swoon*
This simple seasoning for sweet potato fries can be used as a dry rub for grilled meat, too!
I love the Mediterranean feel of this Roasted Carrot and Chickpea Salad!
These Leek and Brussels Sprouts Fritters would be perfect with a roasted chicken or as a light lunch on their own!
This simple cucumber salad with vinegar is a tangy, quick-pickled side dish even our kids love! Ready in no time, it’s the perfect weeknight salad!
If you need a quick dinner on a weeknight, this Brussels Sprout and Sausage Hash with Apples will feed your hungry tribe in a jiffy.
Making homemade sauerkraut is easy! All you need is a bunch of cabbage, pickling salt, and a couple of quart-sized mason jars.
How often do you see carrots with the greens still attached? They’re so pretty. I wonder if cutting their greens makes them feel like their “hair” is getting chopped off? If carrots had feelings, that is. Speaking of feelings… I have mixed feelings toward beets. They’re probably the most gorgeous color found in nature, but …
Roasted cabbage is a quick, easy, and inexpensive side dish! The fresh dill is a perfect compliment.
If you hate Brussels sprouts, you NEED to try shredded and roasted Brussels sprouts! They’re crispy and delicious, and luckily shaved Brussels sprouts are easily found at the grocery store!
Grilled zucchini is such a great summertime side dish. The fresh herbs and vinaigrette added after grilling adds so much flavor!
This is the BEST way to make roasted broccoli and have those caramelized crispy bits! No more soggy, overcooked broccoli.