Delicious food doesn’t get much healthier than this! Beets are packed with vitamins, minerals and fiber and roasting them really brings out their sweet, earthy flavors. You’ll be using the beet greens for the base of the salad, much like you would use spinach or any other salad greens.  

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This hearty salad is colorful, delicious and has lots of texture. Farro is an ancient grain that’s similar to spelt. Although it’s in the wheat family, many people who are sensitive to wheat can tolerate farro.

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This is the perfect recipe for the “squash skeptic.” When you cook this squash and scrape out the inside, it looks just like spaghetti and tastes great, too! Add your favorite vegetables and you’ll have a delicious dish that’s packed with vitamin A and is a great source of calcium and potassium.

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This is one of my all-time favorite fall desserts! The rich flavor of the figs blends beautifully with various type of pears including Bartlett, Bosc and Comice and the gluten-free crust is easy to make and delcious! This is sure to be a hit at any dinner party. Top it with cashew cream or some…

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This delicious spin on the classic Lebanese tabouli uses quinoa instead of bulgar, so it’s gluten free and even more nutritious! The lemon vinaigrette, mint and parsley make this the perfect spring/summer side dish.

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This may not be a true risotto, but using quinoa in place of rice makes this a quick and easy way to create that rich, creamy, delicious risotto experience. The roasted vegetables add yet another dimension to this hearty, healthy side dish!

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