Recipes like this save my sanity on big holidays because of the make-ahead factor.
With fresh butternut squash chunks and Parmesan cheese, this one's worthy of our Thanksgiving table.
My son reaches for these just as eagerly as he does for their greasy potato counterpart.
These kid-friendly bites are extra crispy on the outside and gooey-cheesy on the inside.
This appetizer travels nicely---I make it when we're headed to a party that's far away from our house.
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When my kids said no to a version with visible cauliflower florets, I tried this recipe instead and it was an instant hit.
This is a healthy breakfast or after school snack that's reminiscent of pizza but packed with nutrition.
If my two picky eaters like this dish, I'm pretty sure yours will too.
This recipe is comfort food AND totally healthy.
I make large patties of the meatless burgers for my husband and myself and smaller ones (since they have proven to be more appealing) for the kids.
My kids won't eat salad (at least not every day), so we've had to get creative with veggies.
This soup is super rich and creamy, there's essentially no fat in it.
Beans and crusty bread thicken up this vegetarian soup that's hearty enough to stand alone as a meal.