Sides

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Super Easy Antipasto

There are many versions of antipasto, and most feature cured meats and cheeses. My recipe (if you can call it that) adds the smokiness of roasted red bell pepper and the freshness of sweet basil. I just decided to throw some of my fave ingredients together...

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Butternut Squash Hash

This butternut squash hash is a tasty alternative to the traditional potato hash. You can serve it as a side with eggs and greens, or make it a heartier main dish by adding closer to a pound of the chicken sausage (links or ground). Either way, if you're someone with...

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Low Carb Cauliflower Stuffing

This low carb cauliflower stuffing (sometimes known as cauliflower dressing in other parts of the country 🙂 was a big hit at a recent Thanksgiving dinner--and for other holiday dinners since then. It's loaded with both fresh and dried herbs, such as sage, along with...

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Pesto Zucchini

This pesto zucchini barely has a recipe attached to it, as it's something I literally made up one day. I'm a huge fan of pesto (although I don't go so far as to make my own homemade like my sister does.) When you add in some fresh Parmesan and shredded mozzarella,...

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Lentil Feta Salad

This lentil feta salad is super easy to make and loaded with protein, fiber, and veggies. It's a great dish to bring to a summer barbecue, or pair with another side or two for a picnic dinner of your own at home! For those following a diabetes diet try cooked and...

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Best Guacamole Ever

Is it pretentious to say this is the best guacamole ever--when it's your recipe? Well, probably. The thing is... I'm a bit of a foodie, at least when it comes to healthy eating. On my own wellness journey I've had years of fine tuning other people's recipes to what I...

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Asian Slaw

This slaw is another great healthy side salad that can be served summer or winter. As with most recipes that include herbs, the key to such amazing flavor is the fresh cilantro and freshly grated ginger. My original recipe also calls for a couple tablespoons of sesame...

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