These roasted carrots are cooked to perfection and topped with crispy spiced chickpeas and homemade tahini sauce with a hint of maple.
These vegan dinner rolls are made with only 6 ingredients, takes 15 minutes to prep, and requires minimal clean up time – we’d say that’s a win.
This Focaccia Vegan Stuffing is brought together by replacing the eggs with a mixture of flaxseed and water.
These crispy air fried brussels sprouts are then tossed into a balsamic glaze made with shallots, garlic, dijon, and a touch of maple for sweetness.
This green bean casserole recipe is a dairy-free spin off of the classic; using homemade cream of mushroom ‘soup’ and freshly-made crispy onion strings.
This recipe has all the flavor you love of Mexican street corn – made in one pan! It’s done in just 10 minutes, uses frozen corn, and minimizes the mess.
These Chili Cheese Rolls are an absolute GAME CHANGER for entertaining. The flavor is so unique (and SO delicious) that your guests will be begging you for the recipe.
This updated no mayo coleslaw recipe is a much lighter take on the classic summer side dish. We’ve served it with an apple cider vinaigrette for something fresh and healthy. It’s the perfect side dish for your next cook out!
Not only is this Instant Pot Potato Salad super easy, it’s super delicious! And, we’ve left out the mayo and added in a lemon and red wine vinaigrette for a fresh taste that’s healthier than traditional potato salad.
This fresh salsa is packed full of veggies and healthy fats. You also do most of the prep work the night before, so it’s perfect for entertaining.
Elbow macaroni, a little mayo, good quality tuna and green onions are all you need to make this simple recipe for tuna macaroni salad a classic at home.
My turnips au gratin is a deliciously savory side with only a fraction of the carbs found in a more traditional potato dish!
Break free from the green goop at the deli counter! Our quintessential coleslaw recipe is fresh, crispy and oh-so-delightfully tangy.
This easy skillet cornbread recipe is homemade and comes together in less than 30 minutes and is the perfect side dish for any meal.
There’s no mayo in this edamame chickpea salad; the delish creaminess is from avocado and olive oil. Using frozen, shelled edamame makes it even easier!