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Sheet Pan BBQ Chipotle Pork Dinner Traditional recipes

Sheet Pan BBQ Chipotle Pork Dinner

YieldServes 4 (about 4 oz. pork, 4 oz. asparagus, and ¾ cup sweet potatoes)Sheet pan dinners may be the best solution to weeknight cooking. Minimal fuss and cleanup with maximum flavor – what’s not to love? Here, super lean pork tenderloin is slathered in a sweet and smoky BBQ chipotle sauce before being seared and then roasted to juicy perfection.

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Apple Pie Energy Bites Traditional recipes

Apple Pie Energy Bites

Packed with fresh apples, dried cranberries, nuts, and warm spices, these bite-sized snacks are full of protein and boost your energy to get you through the day. Energy bites are so easy to make at home because there is no cooking involved and you can add any ingredients you like. Skip the hassle and calories of an apple pie and keep these as a quick snack in your fridge for up to four days.

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Lamb Butternut Squash Stew Traditional recipes

Lamb Butternut Squash Stew

YieldServes 6 (serving size: 2/3 cup)Tender lamb combines with fresh veggies like kale and butternut squash to create the ultimate comforting winter stew. Richly spiced with coriander, cumin, and paprika, the secret ingredient is also a dash of cinnamon. The best part of this simple paleo recipe is that the majority of the cooking time is hands-off, leaving you time to focus on other things.

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Paleo Sheet Pan Chicken with Roasted Baby Potatoes Traditional recipes

Paleo Sheet Pan Chicken with Roasted Baby Potatoes

A very hot oven quickly roasts the potatoes and finishes the chicken without overcooking. The simple oil mixture, using solely extra-virgin olive oil to keep it paleo-friendly, packs a ton of flavor without adding excessive calories or fat to an already flavorful dinner. To serve a family, double the recipe and use an additional sheet pan for added space.

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Spicy Paleo Veggie Hash Traditional recipes

Spicy Paleo Veggie Hash

Who knew a simple veggie dish could taste this flavorful? Cumin, cinnamon, and red pepper add warmth to this Peruvian-inspired sweet potato hash. For an added serving of protein, top it with a fried egg. If you& 39;re cooking for a sensitive palate, use less red pepper for a mild flavor that everybody can enjoy.

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Hasselback Sweet Potatoes Traditional recipes

Hasselback Sweet Potatoes

Here’s a great way to rev-up your typical baked sweet potato: Turn it into a gorgeous hasselback sweet potato, and drizzle it with smoky chipotle cream. The accordion-like cuts give the potato some crispy outer edges, keeping the insides moist and soft. They also turn it into a pull-apart dish that’s super fun to eat.

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Pickled Traditional recipes

Pickled "Hard-Shell" Grains

Total Time2 Hours 30 MinsYieldMakes 1 cup drained grainsVeggies aren’t the only things getting canned these days. Another intriguing way to enjoy your whole grains, pickling is a quick and easy way to prepare them. The key is knowing which grains will hold up to the brine. This technique works best with what we refer to as “hard-shell” grains—those with a chewy, closed texture such as wheat berries, rye berries, spelt, and Kamut.

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Mini Avocado Brownie Bites Traditional recipes

Mini Avocado Brownie Bites

Decadent and irresistibly fudgy, these brownies will fool even the savviest sweet tooth. Creamy avocados, which are high in fiber and heart-healthy fat, completely take the place of oil in this recipe. We look to the food processor to do the heavy lifting, making this recipe almost as easy as whipping up boxed brownies.

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Popped Sorghum Traditional recipes

Popped Sorghum

Photo: Hélène Dujardin, Styling: Nathan CarrabbaYieldMakes about 1 cup popped sorghumSorghum is mild and slightly sweet, like a chewier version of Israeli couscous when cooked. Unless you can find specifically labeled “popping sorghum” you need to go into this exercise with the right expectations. In our testing—using regular whole-grain sorghum—the best results we could get were about 50 of the grains popping.

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Easy Ginger Spritzer Traditional recipes

Easy Ginger Spritzer

HomeEasy Ginger SpritzerA simple cocktail base, or drink for warmer weather, this Easy Ginger Spritzer is a refreshing treat.Ingredients1 cup water3/4 cup sugar8 ounces sliced ginger with peel4 cups sparkling waterNutritional InformationCalories 73Fat 0gSatfat 0gMonofat 0gPolyfat 0gProtein 0gCarbohydrate 19gFiber 0gCholesterol 0mgIron 0mgSodium 8mgCalcium 20mgSugars 16gHow to Make ItStep 1In a small sauce add water and sugar over medium-high heat.

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Quick Einkorn-Stuffed Traditional recipes

Quick Einkorn-Stuffed "Baked" Apples

If you have cooked einkorn berries on hand or in your freezer, this breakfast treat is weekday-doable. You can also use cooked wheat berries, spelt, rye berries, Kamut, or farro. Raise your hands and say hallelujah: The microwave turns what’s usually a 1-hour cooking process into a no-sweat 5-minute walk in the park.

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Sheet Pan Chipotle Tofu Tacos Traditional recipes

Sheet Pan Chipotle Tofu Tacos

Enjoy tacos while also keeping your weeknight dinner fast, easy, and mess-free. All you need is a sheet pan, food processor, and bowl for this vegan recipe. Richly spiced chipotle tofu gets delectably chewy while brightly colored veggies sear for a flavorful taco filling that is sure to be a new member of your weekly recipe rotation.

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Soft-Scrambled Eggs with Herbs and Crunchy Quinoa Traditional recipes

Soft-Scrambled Eggs with Herbs and Crunchy Quinoa

How to Make ItStep 1Combine Crunchy Fried Quinoa, parsley, 1/8 teaspoon salt, and garlic powder, if desired;set aside.Step 2Combine eggs, chives, tarragon, and 1/4 teaspoon salt, stirring well with a whisk.Step 3Place cream cheese in a small microwave-safe bowl; microwave at HIGH 20 seconds or until very soft.

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Grits with Cheddar, Chives, and Scrambled Eggs Traditional recipes

Grits with Cheddar, Chives, and Scrambled Eggs

Unlike oatmeal bowls, which are fast enough for busy weekday mornings, whole-grain grits take a little longer to cook and are better suited to weekends. If you’ve ever had instant grits and been disappointed, we understand. The flavor and texture are nowhere near the richness and, well, grit of whole-grain grits.

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Buckwheat Honey Hot Toddy Traditional recipes

Buckwheat Honey Hot Toddy

When it comes to soothing cold and flu-like aches and pains, a warm Hot Toddy spiked with ‘the good stuff’ can definitely do the trick on a cold night. Buckwheat honey also lends the benefits of antioxidant-rich honey as well as a dark, molasses-like sweetness.

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Oatmeal with Sunflower Seed Butter, Banana, and Dark Chocolate Traditional recipes

Oatmeal with Sunflower Seed Butter, Banana, and Dark Chocolate

No need to turn to boring packaged oatmeal with flavor mixes, which are surprisingly high in sodium. Instead, whip up a quick breakfast with fresh fruit and indulgent sweet touches. The amount of water here yields thick, hearty oatmeal; if you prefer yours looser, use 1 cup of water. The combination of rolled oats, banana, and sunflower seed butter create a very filling and satisfying morning meal.

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Popped Amaranth Chaat Traditional recipes

Popped Amaranth Chaat

Bhel puri is one of India’s most popular chaats, or street snacks; the classic version is made with puffed rice, chutney, boiled potatoes, and other mix-ins. I thought it would be fun to try it with Popped Amaranth, with its toasty flavor and soft crunch. Mix up single servings at a time, and serve immediately.

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Pancetta and Egg Breakfast Pizza with Parmesan Gravy Traditional recipes

Pancetta and Egg Breakfast Pizza with Parmesan Gravy

What a fun twist on the standard toast or biscuits with gravy and eggs! Pancetta is wonderful here; it’s salty with a nutty sweetness, plus, it’s leaner than bacon. But if you’d rather use bacon, go for it—just discard all but about 1 1/2 teaspoons of the drippings.Ingredients2 ounces diced pancetta1 garlic clove, minced2 tablespoons white whole-wheat flour1 cup 1 low-fat milk1 ounce Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, grated (about 1/4 cup)1 portion White Wheat Pizza Dough4 large eggs1/8 teaspoon kosher salt2 tablespoons coarsely chopped fresh flat-leaf parsleyNutritional InformationCalories 350Fat 12.

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Jackfruit Potpie Traditional recipes

Jackfruit Potpie

Nothing says comfort quite like potpie. Traditionally made with chicken, we put a plant-based spin on this cozy casserole by substituting shredded jackfruit and using vegan-friendly puff pastry. With rich flavor thanks to the sautéed onions and combination of herbs, this is a vegan main dish that will fool even the most committed meat-eaters.

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Brown Rice-Cheese Crackers Traditional recipes

Brown Rice-Cheese Crackers

Total Time1 Hour 10 MinsYieldServes 12 (serving size: about 8 crackers)Gluten-free, whole-grain, crunchy, and savory-good—what could be better? Super-simple prep, that’s what. A quick stir-together dough rolls out easily and bakes off perfectly. The crackers keep well, too, up to a week or two in an airtight container.

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