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A Smoothie for Winter

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Smoothies for breakfast in the middle of winter might not seem like a great idea, but if you’re a smoothie fan looking for something warmer, this recipe might be the perfect way to start your day.

A Smoothie for Winter

Breakfast at Hand

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Pack a muffin full of fruit, veggies, nuts and whole grains, and what have you got? A perfect breakfast for a busy morning. These muffins rely on apple butter to make them moist and sweet: definitely a recipe to save.

Breakfast at Hand

No Better Pancakes

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Pancakes are a hallmark of cozy weekend mornings, and we love clever variations that make them too delicious for syrup. This recipe hit the mark gorgeously. Rich sweet potato and warm spices turn out a scrumptious comfort food that will start your active winter weekend off right.

No Better Pancakes

American-Thai Fusion

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If you love Thai food but wish you could get some of the flavor without going out or buying tons of unfamiliar ingredients, this recipe is worth a taste. Powdered ginger can be substituted for fresh if you need to, and rice wine vinegar can be replaced with any light vinegar (white vinegar or sherry vinegar would work) in a pinch. Slightly sweet, slightly salty, and packed with veggies in a creamy sauce, this is a meal you’ll be glad to have leftovers of for lunch.

American-Thai Fusion

Get Your Fish Quota

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Fish offers a bounty of nutrients and can be harvested sustainably, making it a sensible food to include in our dietary routine. This halibut, topped with a mouth-watering pesto, is uncomplicated and downright delicious. Serve it with a heap of steamed vegetables and a bit of brown rice for a complete meal.

Get Your Fish Quota

Plant-First Cooking

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One of the best things you can do for yourself and your family is prioritize getting enough plants in your diets. Including pulses, like lentils, in your recipe rotation is a great way to up your plant-food count while keeping your belly full and your tongue happy. This 3-star lentil-based loaf is a flavorful way to give lentils a chance.

Plant-First Cooking

Quick as a Biscuit

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Whether you’re whipping up a pot of soup for a post-sledding or planning a menu for an elegant holiday meal, biscuits belong on your go-to recipe list. Serve hot with just a touch of butter, these melt-in-the-mouth treats make a meal feel like coming home.

Quick as a Biscuit