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Parmesan Crusted Zucchini RoundsLooking for an easy kid-friendly side dish? Made with just 3 simple ingredients, these zucchini crisps take minimal prep time and are a great way to get in those vitamins, potassium, and fiber so load up!
Peanut-Butter Banana Oatmeal Bake⏰ Looking for an easy meal-prep idea for breakfast? This MAKE-AHEAD oatmeal bake is a must-try!! 🍰 Creamy and decadent, this oatmeal bake tastes like sweet cake! Naturally sweetened by ripe bananas + pure maple syrup and spiced with vanilla, cinnamon + nutmeg, it will be a favorite with your entire fam! 🌱 One of my favorite recipes on the site, it’s gluten-free, dairy-free, and packed with plant-based protein.
Sufganiyot MuffinsWith Chanukah finally here, we baked these “healthified” sufganiyot muffins. Generally, we eat fried jelly donuts stuffed with strawberry jelly on this holiday, so in order to get that same jelly-donut feel, we baked vanilla-maple muffins stuffed with naturally sweetened strawberry preserves. These gluten-free muffins are so unbelievably moist and dusted with cinnamon to give them a warm winter feel.
Cauliflower Latkes (Pancakes)These cauliflower latkes are a great alternative to traditional Chanukah potato latkes! Loaded with fiber and B-vitamins from the cauliflower and high in protein from the chickpea crumbs, this is a lighter version of the classic that's also kid-friendly.
Fruit DreidelsThese fruit dreidels are a fun snacktivity for children to celebrate the Festival of Lights. With only three ingredients needed, this snack can be made gluten free and vegan. Happy Chanukah to all who celebrate!
Cranberry Cornbread MuffinsBaked with whole wheat flour and vitamin-rich corn (hidden veggie alert!), this cornbread muffin is the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table! This muffin is naturally sweetened by coconut sugar and pure maple syrup which makes it perfect for a side dish, snack, or even breakfast!