We love Asian seasonings so added a them with Asparagus and mushrooms. It turned out to be a very tasty side dish.
This recipe’s creamy mustard and cashew based dressing adds a tart tangy taste to the combination of Kale and Red Cabbage. Adding cranberries and pumpkin seeds brings a wonder sweetness and texture to this colorful salad.
Do you want comfort food but want to eat healthy too? This recipe could be for you. A new twist on a unhealthy old recipe.
Once we tried this roasted green bean recipe, it’s quickly become a favorite in the Healthy Midlife kitchen. Featuring the powerful flavors of garlic and lemon, these additions give life to the plain tasting green bean. This recipe could be a great replacement to the high fat green bean casserole.
The combination of flavors makes these Curry Sweet Potato fries with a Greek Yogurt dip a great and healthy side dish or afternoon snack. We love cooking with sweet potatoes, one of the most nutritious foods available.
Combining the nutty flavor of butternut squash with kale and mushrooms make this a highly nutritious, great tasting vegan and gluten-free soup for chilly autumn days.
I have a new love for quinoa and I’ve always liked roasting vegetables with a little salt pepper and olive oil. I decide to try to mix them together and found it to be a really good side dish. This can be a main meal for a vegetarian or vegan since quinoa is a good protein source
Hummus is a tasty healthy snack food. Especially when paired with fresh vegetables. If you’ve never tried hummus, give it a try. You’ll be surprised how good it is.
This cruciferous-serious salad calls for a bit of chopping, but it’s worth the effort. It’s bold and has a very distinct flavor. We’ve found the longer it sits the better it gets. This salad makes a great lunch for a couple of days.
Light Lasagna for those who like lasagna but don’t think it is healthy. Pair with a salad for a healthy dinner with great taste.
Chia Seeds have invaded the Healthy Midlife kitchen. Rich in Omega-3 oil and antioxidants, we’re looking for exciting ways to use this tiny seed. Check out the vegetarian Chia Seed Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies. Chewy. Delicious. And healthier than traditional oatmeal cookies.
A lettuce wrap with some heat. This is a healthy vegan and raw meal that has quite a bit of kick. This was perfect for a light and filling dish for the Healthy Midlife crew one evening. Lettuce know what you think of it.