This easy recipe for Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese hides 3 whole cups of butternut squash! Your child will never know… he’ll just think he’s eating gooey, cheesy mac and cheese.
Tired of eating the same old broccoli dish? Shake things up with Roasted Broccoli with Tahini and Lemon. It’s an easy side dish that the whole family will enjoy. Roasting broccoli gives it a nice crispy texture that even kids like— even kids who usually snub their noses up at broccoli!
Cornbread-Sausage Stuffing with Pink Lady® Apples is loaded with sage-infused sausage, celery, toasted pecans, and apples. It a holiday-must!
This veggie boil recipe is ridiculously easy. If you can boil water, you can make this dish! The trick is adding the vegetables in the correct order so they can each cook the appropriate amount of time. A well-cooked vegetable is a delicious vegetable!
Cherry-Cranberry Sauce is a welcome change to the traditional cranberry sauce typically found on the Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner table. It is bright, sweet, and full of holiday spices like nutmeg and cinnamon.
Add a splash of color to your dinner plate with Steamin’ Greens! Steamin’ Greens® from Salad Savoy Corporation is the perfect choice when you’re short on time but still want to prepare a beautiful and tasty dish.
This slaw has a southwestern flair courtesy of sweet corn, avocado, mangos, and a small kick of chili and chipotle powders. Salad Savoy makes a crunchy and colorful base. It’s light and delightful. Great for cookouts and backyard barbecues.
Grilling brings out the natural sweetness of sweet potatoes. From start to finish, Grilled Sweet Potato Planks take 20 minutes to prepare and cook. Serve them alongside grilled chicken, burgers, or salmon.
Quick and easy Asian Broccoli Cole Slaw recipe. A dish full of beautiful colors, vibrant flavors, and crunchy texture. Serve as a side dish or lunch.
Roasted beets have a rich flavor and a silky smooth texture. Unlike boiled beets, roasted beets keep most of their flavor during the cooking process. While beets can be enjoyed raw, roasting them brings out their sweetness and changes their texture from crunchy to tender.