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Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Quinoa and Maple Glazed Sweet Potatoes

By: Kristi Murphy of Kristi Murphy

If you are hosting this holiday season, a mix of indulgent dishes and lighter fare will please everyone at your party. Might I suggest serving Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Quinoa and Maple Glazed Sweet Potatoes? While this side dish is full of superfoods and plant-based protein, the brown butter maple glazed sweet potatoes don’t leave

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Maple-Sweetened Apple Crisp Recipe

Maple-Sweetened Apple Crisp

By: Ashlae Warner of Oh, Ladycakes

Apple crisp has always been one of my favorite fall desserts. My Great Oma used to bake it year round, but she liked to remind me that it tastes better in the fall.

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Mexican 7-Layer Party Dip Recipe

7 Layer Dip

By: Lindsay Landis of Love and Olive Oil

What is a party without chips and dip? If you think about it, every culture has contributed their own version of chips and dip, from Italian bread and artichoke dip to Middle Eastern hummus and pita.

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Gluten-Free Carrot Cake Recipe

Gluten-Free Carrot Cake

By: Lisa Bryan of Downshiftology

Carrot cake has always been one of my favorite cakes. It’s sweet with a hint of spice and loaded with veggies (which makes me feel less guilty when going after that big slice). But I hadn’t had it in years, since going gluten-free, until now.

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Pickled Sliced Radish Summer Toasts

Radish Summer Toast

By: Sarah Menanix of Snixy Kitchen

With the help of the KitchenAid® Fresh Prep Slicer/Shredder Attachment, these pickled sliced radish toasts look impressive, but come together super quick, giving you more time to spend outside with friends and family!

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