With only five ingredients, our Baked Pears with Maple & Cinnamon recipe is an easy, whole foods-based dessert that is not only a better-for-you sweet treat, but it will also make your house smell amazing!
We love finding ways to swap out jarred pasta sauce for lightened up homemade versions. We've been known to whip up creamy avocado alfredo and zesty roasted red pepper sauce. Now, just in time for fall, we have a new comforting pasta recipe featuring rich pumpkin puree.
Slow cooker recipes are one of our favorite ways to create dinners together as a family. We love this burrito bowl recipe because not only does it feature Red Gold Petite Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilies, but also tender chicken, black beans and smoky cumin, all slow cooked to flavorful perfection. Serve those in need while you serve your family!
Filled with yummy, fall flavors, our Apple Pumpkin Muffins are the perfect way to start your day or enjoy as a snack on-the-go! Add our optional walnut topping for extra heart-healthy omega 3’s and a hearty crunch.
I must confess this meal takes a tad bit longer than 20 minutes, but it is just too good not to share! With a warm, comforting tomato base, succulent shrimp and perfectly-cooked fish, this protein-packed Seafood Stew is a delicious way to take the chill away.
Great for home-gating or a night of family fun, our Pizza Dough Pretzel Bites are quite simply delicious! Made with whole wheat pizza dough, these bites offer a nutritious twist on a family favorite and pair perfectly with our homemade honey mustard or your dip of choice.
I don’t know about you, but I love giving homemade gifts! And, I think this Chocolate Bark with Pistachios & Cherries is going to be my go-to treat recipe this holiday season. With rich dark chocolate, sweet dried cherries and crunchy pistachios, this decadent bark is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.
Did you know that Wisconsin is the leading producer of cranberries in the United States? So, it’s no surprise that these bright, Badger :) red berries are also the official state fruit of Wisconsin. Although cranberries are a little tart, please don’t let that intimidate you!
Easy, affordable and full of nutrition, Seven Can Soup was something that my mom made every winter while I was growing up. She would fill the slow cooker with the quick and simple canned ingredients before heading to work and we would have warm bowls of delicious soup waiting for us when we got home at night. It was quite simply, the best!
Who doesn’t love the smell and taste of freshly baked, cinnamon-covered apples, especially when they are paired with cool, vanilla frozen yogurt or ice cream? This week’s better-for-you sweet is Baked Hasselback Apples and it features a special culinary trick, the hasselback technique.
The traditional grilling season may have come to an end with summer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy burgers this fall! Filled with freshly harvested apples, caramelized onions and sharp cheddar cheese, these sweet and savory sliders are a great way to transition with the changing of the seasons.
Fall is definitely in the air, which means it's time to amp up your Oktoberfest spirit with Crocktoberfest, a crock-pot celebration of creative culinary concotions. As Mealtime Mentors, we are always looking for super simple ways to get dinner on the table.
Inspired by the flavors of traditional Portuguese Kale Soup, we're creating a potato and kale soup with lean, hot Italian-flavored turkey sausage in place of chorizo. Let a pot of this soup simmer on the stove, or in the slow cooker, and you'll find your new favorite way to enjoy kale!