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Find the best vegetable recipes in our gluten-free, almost endless collection of Eat Your Veggies. A virtual vegetarian’s dream of ideas including tasty options for all the vegetables you love from roasted, grilled, and steamed vegetables, vegetable soups, salads, and more.

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Corned Beef Brisket with Carrots, Onion, and Cabbage

Indulge in this savory recipe for Corned Beef Brisket with Carrots, Onion, and Cabbage. Made from brisket, it’s first cured in a brine solution with a combination of salt, sugar, and spices. The technique not only enhances the flavor of the beef but also acts as a method of preservation, allowing the meat to be stored for an extended period. In this recipe, we break it all down into manageable steps for making it. Let’s get started!

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How to Make Creamy Homemade Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

Dip into guilt-free happiness with our Roasted Red Pepper Hummus! This velvety smooth blend of chickpeas, tahini, and fire-roasted red peppers will have your taste buds doing a happy dance. Perfect for parties, picnics, or a solo snack session. Its creamy texture and bold, savory flavor make this hummus recipe the perfect addition to many dishes, from sandwiches and wraps to salads and pasta.

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Baked Frittata Primavera for Easy Seasonal Eating

This colorful and delicious Baked Frittata Primavera is the perfect breakfast or brunch dish for any occasion. Fresh, light, and easy seasonal eating – our frittata is packed with Spring vegetables, fluffy eggs, and creamy, buttery Fontina cheese. It is easy to prepare and can be customized to fit any taste preference. For a wholesome and satisfying meal, serve on a bed of spring greens with crusty bread or fresh fruit.

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Ham & Cheese Macaroni Pasta Salad

Tasty and simple to make. You’ll love this recipe for ham and cheese macaroni pasta salad. It’s made with simple ingredients that you likely already have on hand. By the way – it’s also an excellent dish for enjoying that leftover ham!

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Denver Omelet-Inspired Healthy Cheesy Breakfast Egg Bites

You’ll love these healthy, cheesy breakfast egg bites overflowing with classic Denver omelet fillings. Full of savory, delicious flavor, and much cheaper than their takeout counterparts at popular coffee shops.

Perfect for making ahead and freezing for a quick breakfast in minutes and a great healthy grab-and-go snack for when life is busy. These egg bites are quick and easy to make and will convince you never to get in line to wait at the coffee shop again!

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Gluten-Free Creole Étouffée

Rich and spicy with the sweet, briny flavor of shellfish, our recipe for Étouffée (pronounced ay-too-fay) uses a traditional French-style blonde butter roux to make a thick, velvety stew served over rice with plenty of crawfish and Creole seasonings.

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Mozzarella, Basil & Sausage Stuffed Tomatoes

Bursting with rice, sausage, fresh basil, and plenty of cheese, then baked to delicious melty perfection. Great for lunch or dinner, these easy-to-make stuffed tomato bundles of goodness leave out the breading for a healthier hearty mixture of nutrient-rich taste and energy-boosting complex carbs to help you stay energized and full.

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How to Make Homemade (Pico de Gallo) Garden-Fresh Salsa

If you have ever been to an authentic Mexican restaurant (a.k.a. El restaurante Mexicano or taqueria), you’ve likely tried Pico de Gallo (fresh salsa). In this post, I share how to make a garden-fresh salsa version that was introduced to me a lifetime ago. The recipe is a “loose” copycat version our family created to mimic a simple salsa made with chopped fresh tomatoes, onions, jalapeños, cilantro (or parsley), and lime. A delicious mixture derived from the fresh salsas I’d eaten at authentic Southwest restaurants in Tucson, Arizona, in the 1970s.

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Gnocchi, Sausage, Veggies = One Easy Weeknight Sheet Pan Dinner

So simple, good, and satisfying! We’ve used gluten-free homemade sweet potato gnocchi (recipe coming soon) and freezer aisle mild Italian sausage slices as the stars of this Crispy Sheet Pan Gnocchi, Sausage & Veggie dinner that’s all about flavor. Dressed simply with the best olive oil you can find and fresh herbs. Then sprinkle with shredded Asiago or Parmigiano cheese and fresh basil for another pop of flavorful dimension when serving. This quick and easy sheet pan meal is full of comfort and ready to serve in 30 minutes or less!

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How to Make Guilt-Free Sweet & Sour Grilled Kielbasa Kabobs

Satisfy your weeknight grill craving with this easy Guilt-Free Sweet & Sour Grilled Kielbasa Kabobs recipe. Super tasty and fun to eat. Serve them with a side of rice or on their own for a healthy, figure-friendly, whole dish, easy-to-clean-up meal you won’t regret!

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How to Make Old-Fashioned Rhubarb Dream Bars

Perfect sweetness and tartness in every bite! Today we’re tempting your tastebuds with these Old-Fashioned Rhubarb Dream Bars bursting with seasonal freshness. They’re like a lemon bar, but there’s no lemon, only tart and tangy rhubarb surrounded by a sweet custard filling on top of a buttery shortbread cookie crust. We’re showing you how to bake them up for a springtime treat filled with mouth-watering dessert goodness you’re sure to remember.

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Make Them Fun! – If you have a shaped muffin tin, why not try it out? The muffin tin method for making tater tots leaves lots of room for being creative in the kitchen. We L♥VE using our heart-shaped mini muffin tin to make the tots extra filled with love. Let your creativity flow; there may be even more tin shapes that would work well too!
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How to Make Easy, Cheesy, Homemade Baked Tater Tots

Say goodbye to frozen tater tots forever with our easy cheesy recipe for homemade tater tots from scratch. Perfectly shaped and baked in a mini muffin tin, they become super crispy on the outside with creamy potato insides boasting loads of flavor from bacon, cheddar cheese, and chives!

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Marco Pierre White | The Copycat Hell’s Kitchen Recipe for How To Make The Best Fish Pie

A mix of tender fish with shrimp bathed in a savory white sauce with leeks and peas then baked beneath a blanket of creamy mashed potatoes. Fish pie is the culinary equivalent of a warm “blankie” to cuddle and warm your tummy despite the lacking pastry crust. It’s easy to make ahead and perfect for cooler days during the Lenten season. So, who could fail to court flakey cod, fall head over heels over haddock, or satiate on salmon and shrimps when wrapped in a succulent velvety sauce underneath a crowd-pleasing crust of golden mashed potato?

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Beef Pot Roast with Homestyle Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Nothing says “I Love You” more than a home-cooked meal. And what could be better than hearty, filling, beef, and veggies mingling for hours to make the most tantalizing roasted smells and great eats coming from the kitchen? So we invite you to warm up this Valentine’s Day or any chilly day needing a little love from your kitchen with our classic oven-braised Beef Pot Roast with Homestyle Garlic Mashed Potatoes. It’s an easy-to-make comfort food dinner that’s simple enough for even the most novice cook and delivers impressive loving results every time!

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Ham Roll-Ups a.k.a. Minnesota Sushi, Okra Dokies, or Traditional… closeup dark background
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Ham Roll-Ups, a.k.a. Minnesota Sushi, Okra Dokies, or Traditional…

Ham Roll-Ups a Delicious Snack, Lunchbox Treat, Appetizer, or Game-Day Party Finger-Food! Whether you’re looking for creative ideas for appetizers, parties, snacks, or to beat lunchbox boredom, these ham roll-ups are a delicious salty, addictive, low-carb, small bite treat that adults and kids both will love!

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