2014 Calendar Recipes

This selection of recipes was carefully chosen for our 2014 recipe calendar.

Rainbow Pizza

Rainbow Pizza

Two Guiding Stars iconTwo Guiding Stars indicate better nutritional value. January: Make any pizza more nutritious by reducing the cheese, sticking with lean meat and fresh veggies for the toppings and choosing whole-grain crusts.

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Boneless Buffalo Wings

Boneless Buffalo Wings

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. February: Love blue cheese with your wings? Make up a batch of our Herbed Blue Cheese Dressing.

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Vegetarian Chili

Vegetarian Chili

Two Guiding Stars iconTwo Guiding Stars indicate better nutritional value. March: Slow cookers are the perfect tool for working with whole grains and fiber-rich beans to give them the long cook time they need to become tender.

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Breakfast Burritos

Breakfast Burritos

Two Guiding Stars iconTwo Guiding Stars indicate better nutritional value. April: No time to make breakfast every day? Make a batch of these to freeze and reheat for a healthy, flavorful breakfast that’s easy to grab and go.

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Strawberry Mint Spritzer

Strawberry Mint Spritzer

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. June: Turn any fresh seasonal fruit into a spritzer as a yummy alternative to high-sugar, high-calorie drinks. Choose soft fruits like peaches and berries for the best results.

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Coconut Chicken Satay

Coconut Chicken Satay

One Guiding Stars iconOne Guiding Stars indicate good nutritional value. July: Keep grilling healthy by choosing lean meats and including a wide variety of veggies. Kebabs work equally well for meat or vegetables.

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Edamame Wheatberry Salad

Edamame Wheatberry Salad

Three Guiding Stars iconThree Guiding Stars indicate the best nutritional value. August: Get the best of whole-grain salads by dressing them in advance. Even an hour in the fridge can help the grains soak up the flavor of the simple dressing used here.

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Apple Crumb Squares

Apple Crumb Squares

One Guiding Stars iconOne Guiding Stars indicate good nutritional value. September: Try modifying your favorite baked treats recipes! Can you replace part of the sugar with fruit puree? Can you use whole-grain flour? Are you using plant-based oils for your fat?

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Berry Scary Shake.

Berry Scary Shake

Two Guiding Stars iconTwo Guiding Stars indicate better nutritional value. October: Any berry would taste great in this creepy shake. While you’re working the blender, let your kids draw scary faces on paper cups for a spooky party treat.

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Pumpkin Cornbread

Pumpkin Cornbread

Two Guiding Stars iconTwo Guiding Stars indicate better nutritional value. November: Any recipe that calls for pureed squash can used canned pumpkin, saving you time and letting you enjoy one more pumpkin dish.

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Artichoke Spread

Artichoke Spread

Two Guiding Stars iconTwo Guiding Stars indicate better nutritional value. December: Serve this dip with whole grain crackers and vegetable sticks at any party.

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