10 Classic Ways to Love Apples This Fall
Now is the time for heading outdoors for some apple picking, kicking up the freshly fallen leaves, and then getting creative in the kitchen. On a crisp, Fall afternoon, there's nothing better than scenting your home with the smell of fresh apple pie. But apples aren't only for baking. From getting nostalgic and making caramel apples to giving your favorite drink an extra kick, check out our favorite classic ways to love apples this Fall.
Spicy Slow-Cooker Chicken Taco Recipe
You don’t have to spend big bucks for big flavor. This spicy Mexican-inspired shredded chicken uses boneless, skinless thighs, which are much cheaper than other cuts and perfect for the slow cooker -- saving you money and stress! Just set it and forget it, and come home to these spicy chili-chicken tacos!
Savory Cheese and Chive Biscuit Recipe
Who doesn’t love a tender and flaky biscuit, am I right? This recipe gets added savoriness from the addition of chives and cheddar cheese. Make the dough right in your food processor, and you’ll have warm biscuits ready to serve with dinner in minutes!
Apricot-Bourbon Glazed Ham for Easter
Wow your family, friends, and guests with this beautiful ham made right at home. A simple glaze of bourbon and apricot jam caramelizes in the oven and takes sweet and savory to a whole new level of deliciousness.
Vegetable-Miso Soup with Chickpeas
Soup for breakfast is a great way to start your day with hearty ingredients that provide that extra boost of energy. Shira will combine these healthful ingredients into a delicious soup and share her knowledge of the beneficial components of miso.
Avocado and Coconut Oil Toast
Avocado coconut toast is a deliciously healthy and productive snack to enjoy any time of day. Shira will make this heart-healthy snack in under 5 minutes.
Unlike stove-top risottos, this oven-baked version requires hardly any stirring, yet still creates a creamy rice with just the right amount of bite.
Chicken Soup with Sweet Potato and Collard Greens
Remember my friend Shira from earlier this week? Well she’s back again to share another super-healthy (and super-delicious) recipe. This chicken soup is anything but boring-- sweet potatoes and almond butter create a rich texture and flavor and balance out the sometimes-bitter taste of collard greens. And remember, for more recipes just like this one, check out "Eat Clean" every Monday and Thursday.
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