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Easy, healthy main dish recipes balanced nutritionally with lots of vegetables and tested to make sure they’re full of flavor. Recipes are plant-forward with vegetarian and vegan options available, written and tested by Dietitian Ann.

Greek Pasta Salad

This easy recipe for Greek Pasta Salad works as an entrée or a side dish. It’s dairy-free and vegan; use chickpea pasta for a gluten-free

30-Minute Recipe: Lemon Pesto Penne with Broccoli and Bursted Cherry Tomatoes

This simple, healthy pasta dish is an all-in-one meal that features bright lemon flavor and lots of vegetables. It’s perfect for a busy weekday night!

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Roasted Cauliflower Taco Bowls (Easy Vegan Recipe)

In honor of Earth Month, I’m excited to bring you a favorite of the Peas & Hoppy Meal Guide members: a

Creamy Butternut Squash Soup Recipe

For a healthy, delicious way to enjoy seasonal produce this winter, try this easy recipe for Creamy Butternut Squash Soup.

One of my favorite meals

Home-Cooked Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu with Recipes

Every year we celebrate Valentine’s Day with a home-cooked meal.

Don’t get me wrong; I love quality, local restaurants. I love supporting the craftsmanship

Greek Spaghetti Squash

This recipe for Greek Spaghetti Squash has become a favorite on the Meal Guides I write. And while I love creating these

Cheddar Black Bean Burgers

This recipe for homemade Cheddar Black Bean Burgers is a delicious vegetarian meat alternative. Enjoy these easy-to-make, plant-based burgers made with real whole food ingredients!

Homemade Chicken Strips

I like weird food. I like fancy food. I like to explore other cuisines and other cultures via the language of food.

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Three Bean Mexican Salad

We arrived home a couple of weeks ago from celebrating my birthday (which happens to fall on Cinco de Mayo) in Mexico. You

Curried Red Lentils with Fried Cauliflower and Peanuts

I just returned home to Colorado from Sunny Southern California. The average temperature there was in the 60s. Today the high is 38 freakin' degrees

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