Overhead view of Cassava Beet Powder Crackers on a parchment paper lined baking tray on a white marble table

Cassava-Beet Powder Crackers

These Cassava-Beet Powder Crackers are addictive. Make extras! Baking with cassava flour can vary, depending on the brand. I experimented with a few brands when making this recipe. I saw that when I made this recipe, Carrington’s was a little moist and I added 2 additional tablespoons of cassava flour. Using Bob’s Red Mill, the dough needed 1 to 2 tablespoons of water. Otto’s did not need any adjustments. All three versions were delicious.

Overhead view of Beet Hummus with everything bagel seasoning on top and sliced cucumber and gluten-free crackers on a white and black striped background with football themed decor

Beet Hummus

This Beet Hummus is a healthier alternative to other dips you might serve at a Super Bowl party. It’s delicious and simple.

Overhead view of Roasted Root Vegetables on a white platter with fresh cilantro on top and purple napkins under the platter

Roasted Root Vegetables Recipe

While you’re thinking about which pie and turkey and stuffing recipes you’ll be making for next week’s holiday, don’t forget your veggies, too! This Roasted Root Vegetables recipe is a great holiday side dish. If you are short on oven space, this can be made a day or

Borscht with bowls of sour cream and sauerkraut on the side

Sauerkraut Borscht

In this Sauerkraut Borscht recipe, Ukrainian Borscht is spiced up with a hefty dose of sauerkraut that lends this well-known beetroot soup its unique tartness as well as an abundancy of beneficial bacteria.

Beet and Feta Salad on a blue plate

Beet & Feta Salad

This Beet & Feta Salad recipe is made with just 5 ingredients (not including oil, vinegar, salt, and pepper) and is a flavorful, healthy dish with perfectly contrasting flavors and textures. It’s perfect for lunch or as a side for dinner!

A bowl of Kale Superfood Salad with sweet potatoes.

Gluten-Free Superfood Salad

New Year … don’t worry, I wasn’t planning on saying “new you” – instead I was going to say “healthier you.” (I know, that’s equally played out. But what better way to introduce a healthy recipe than with a tried-and-true phrase?) In all seriousness, I know many people like to use the start of a new year as a