Did you sign up to bring a side this year? Skip the usual mashed potatoes and check out these new or improved, reinvented Thanksgiving side dishes.
Grab pita, crackers, vegetable or the nearest food and dig into this sweet and savory roasted carrot and tahini dip.
These soft, gluten free peanut butter zucchini muffins are loaded with extra flavor thanks to the nut butter.
Replace you morning or afternoon cold brew with this ultra refreshing coffee granita topped with whipped coconut cream.
Simple ingredeints come together to make a unique and flavorful Greek salad topped with chicken.
Traditional risotto must be eaten fresh, but with this creamy, citrus cauliflower risotto it’s even better the next day!
This protein packed dish is refreshing as a summer meal and includes sweet mango, creamy avocado, and crunchy macadamia nuts for the perfect flavors and textures to enhance the marinate ahi tuna.
Need to spice up your dinners and incorporate some veggies? Look no further as this bowl does both with delicious and flavorful stewed beef and cauliflower rice.
Make flavorful Asian-spiced pork meatballs with ginger, tamari, and sesame for a perfect party appetizer or delicious meal with rice.
Meat-free eggplant meatballs have a delicious texture that will wow any vegetarian or carnivore. Serve with a tomato sauce and Parmesan for a take on eggplant parmigiana.
Meat is marinated overnight in a honey and balsamic sauce before being skewered and barbecued with sweet figs and red onions. A flavorful, juicy recipe that is perfect to close out barbecue season.
Somehow, these sweet-tooth approved caramel and pecan topped shortbread bars are gluten and diary free, but still wildly delicious. Use nut flours and coconut cream to create this dessert.
Easy to accomplish on a weekday, Asian-style ginger and soy sauce thickens as it cooks and is perfect with a crispy sesame crust and the moist fish inside.
As creamy as a thick mousse, this indulgent ice cream is made decadent with cashew and almond milk.