Looking for a fun, delicious, simple side or appetizer? Look no further – these Charred Shishito Peppers will be your new “go to” dish. These are an addictive (healthy!) treat – something about the combination of salt and olive oil plus the smoky charred crunch of the pepper makes it difficult to stop at just […]

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Cauliflower is always a favorite veggie in my home. My Cauliflower Tabbouleh has riced cauliflower, which is a great way to add veggies in place of grains for added vitamins and minerals. This dish gets a ton of flavor and brightness from  spices like turmeric and cumin, herbs like mint and parsley, and citrus like lemon. […]

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Chickpea Masala is a delicious vegetarian entree made with a variety of Indian spices. This simplified version uses Greek yogurt instead of cream or coconut milk, making a super fresh, lighter dish. The ingredients come together quickly and can be found primarily in the pantry. Goes wonderfully with your favorite whole grain, such as brown […]

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Roasting radishes tames their spiciness and brings out their natural earthy flavor. White wine vinegar and fresh parsley add zing and color. This side dish is great for Spring and Summer, a great addition to any meal. Print Roasted Radishes Course Side Dish Servings 2 servings Author Abbie Gellman Ingredients 1 pound radishes leaves and […]

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This hummus variation stars edamame, a great source of plant-based protein. Perfect for an afternoon snack, on a sandwich, or at your next get together. Edamame Hummus Makes 6 serving(s) Ingredients: 1/2 pound frozen shelled edamame (green soy beans), about 1 1/2 cups 1/4 cup tahini 1/4 cup water 3/4 teaspoon grated lemon zest 1 […]

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March is National Nutrition Month and St. Patrick’s Day, which means lots of green food! Take a look at this month’s newsletter for my Gellman Girls Mason Jar Salad recipe video and Green Soup video. For more kid friendly videos, check out Pink Pancakes and Carrot Muffins.

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Looking for a delicious and different way to eat your greens? This green soup is an easy and tasty way to get your daily dose. Loosely adapted from Rebecca Katz, this soup is delicious and nutritious. Just pair with some crusty bread and you’ve got a satisfying meal! GREEN SOUP Yield: 8 Servings Ingredients: 2 […]

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This fun way to make a salad gets the whole family involved! A great lunch to take to school or work and everyone can make their own version. Here’s a great vinaigrette salad dressing that is easy and quick. I like to use a 2:1 ratio for oil to acid. In this case, the acid […]

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Looking for a delicious, easy, nutritious breakfast to get your family nourished in the morning? This oatmeal is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Apple Cider Oatmeal Yield: 4-6 servings Ingredients: • ¼ cup Quinoa • ¼ cup Rolled oats (Nature’s Path Organic canister) • 1T Flax • 1T Chia • 1 Apple, diced • […]

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How about a bean dip for your next snack? Any beans will work, a great source of plant-based protein and the kids will love dipping veggies, apple slices, or pita chips! My versions in the above video include beets for some fun pink pop of color and antioxidants. Bean Dip and Crudite Makes 1 ½ […]

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