Is Mashed Cauliflower Better Than Mashed Potatoes?

Mashed Cauliflower

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One of the best things about the holiday season is the abundance of really delicious food! I tend to belong to the camp of “everything in moderation”, but also know that it’s all too easy to gain a few extra pounds between Christmas and New Years. And though I loved mashed potatoes, this mashed cauliflower recipe makes it easy to eat healthy and get an extra serving of veggies in.

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10-Minute Spaghetti Aglio Olio e Peperoncino

10-Minute Spaghetti Aglio Olio e Peperoncino

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If you read my other blog, you know I’m all about wholesome, low-effort meals that taste great. It’s how I cook at home, and it’s especially true during the busy holiday season. This effortless pasta, made with a handful of ingredients, takes less than 10 minutes to make and is perfect as a first course or side dish.

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Kids Love These White Chocolate-Dipped Pretzels

White Chocolate-Dipped Pretzels

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Looking for a fun and easy holiday treat to make with your kids this weekend? Why not try these white chocolate-dipped pretzels instead of traditional cookies this year? The salty sweet combo of the pretzel and chocolate make for an absolutely addicting treat, and kids will love being in charge of dipping each pretzel into the melted chocolate.

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Include Edamame Crostini for a Healthier Option

Edamame Crostini

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For me, one of the highlights of the holiday season is the rich delicious food that I allow myself to indulge in before seeking redemption in the New Year. While it doesn’t hurt to give in to those holiday cravings from time to time, it’s easy to get carried away.

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Slow Cook Some Southern Style Collard Greens

Southern Style Collard Greens recipe

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This past week at the farmer’s market, I found the most beautiful collard greens I’d ever seen — for only a dollar a bunch! Naturally, I bought a couple big bunches to make some real southern style collards. My fiancé is from Texas and grew up on his granny’s collard greens, so I couldn’t wait to surprise him with my own.

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Keep-It-Simple Side Dish: Baby Leek Gratin

Baby Leek Gratin

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Now that Thanksgiving is out of the way, it’s time to start planning for the next gluttonous holiday of the season. This baby leek gratin makes for a simple side that works great with everything from prime rib to roast chicken. Because the leeks melt into the rich cheesy sauce, it’s also great served with a crusty loaf of bread as an appetizer.

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Pair Apple Cider Sangria with Your Fall Meal

Apple Sangria

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Looking for a last minute cocktail to go with your Thanksgiving feast?

Why not try this delicious apple cider sangria? It’s crisp, light and refreshing, and absolutely perfect as a pre-dinner cocktail….you know, while you’re still making the gravy and pulling the rolls out of the oven.

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Escape Thanksgiving with Curry Fried Rice

Curry Fried Rice

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With Thanksgiving only a few days off, many of us have been buried amongst stacks of cookbooks and magazines testing recipes for the big day. If you’ve ever cooked a Thanksgiving dinner, you were probably sick of turkey and mashed potatoes, long before the family gathered around the table to devour your feast.

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