This dish is so simple yet so unique. Apples and butternut squash have forever been best friends and this is a new way to introduce them! You can make the butternut squash up to three days in advance and the apple mixture the day before, just be sure to keep them separate until serving time.
Chia seeds have a very long list of nutritional values including helping diabetes, digestion, speeding up your metabolism, weight loss, energy boosting etc. They have a slightly nutty flavor and give the coleslaw an extra crunch but are discreet and small enough that if you wish they weren’t there you barely notice them but still get all the health benefits!
This is such an easy way to enjoy tofu! feel free to substitute chicken or sliced steak to this. This recipe is fun because you put all the roasting ingredients on one sheet pan!
This recipe was inspired by finding colorful carrots, but you can make this recipe with regular carrots and parsnips too! The dressing has a few steps but is well worth it! It will last the whole week in your fridge!
This recipe was inspired by finding purple sprouts, but of course you can use any sprouts! Feel free to play around with this salad, since it is so fresh and quick to whip up, add a protein, lentils or your favorite cheese to make it more filling and a full meal in itself!