Spinach Rolls by Mina Goodman, RDNIf your looking for a healthy vegetarian snack, try these yummy spinach rolls. They're great for on-the-go meals, offering savory flavors and are loaded with protein. If you aren't vegetarian, you can make these with smoked salmon and cream cheese, using the same spinach wrap. Salmon Patties by Mina Goodman, RDNWith Salmon being one of the most nutritious foods on the planet, it's no wonder your body feels great after eating this popular fatty fish. Loaded with nutrients such as essential Omega-3 fatty acids, protein and B vitamins you are sure to get every bit of health plus amazing flavors out of this versatile fish that can be steamed, sauteed, smoked, grilled, baked, poached or even served raw in sushi or sashimi. Savory Cauliflower Pancakes by Stephanie Olzinski, RDNIf your looking for something healthy and savory, you've got to try these cauliflower pancakes that go great with a cool dollop of low fat plain Greek yogurt on the side. Cauliflower is quickly becoming the star of many dishes which is great because it's so easy to prepare and absorbs all the flavors you add to it. The best part is that cauliflower is a cruciferous vegetable that is naturally high in fiber and B-vitamins. Crispy Tofu Bites by Stephanie Olzinski, RDNCrispy pan fried tofu is a healthy vegetarian snack or appetizer. With a crunchy golden exterior and a firm warm center, these bites have a perfect texture to absorb any sauce you want to dip them in. For this recipe, I use a simple marinara sauce that I warm in a pan and place in a bowl alongside a plate of these healthy bites. Add a little red chili flake to your sauce for a little heat and watch them fly off the table into the mouths of hungry kids and adults.Asian Baked Turkey MeatballsNow that the temperatures are cooling down and the holidays are around the corner, you may find yourself sifting through your recipes in search of your favorite fall appetizer for the next party. If your anything like me, you can never find where you put them…so we’ve got you covered with a healthful and simple appetizer recipe that offers a little sweet and spicy that the crowd is going to love! If making these turkey meatballs for dinner, place them on top of a plate of rice (brown or white), quinoa or cauliflower rice and serve with your favorite steamed green veggies on the side.Beet & Goat Cheese CrostiniThe nutritional benefits of beets are amazing! Packed with B vitamins, minerals and fiber are found in the bulb. In order to get the most flavor out of your beets, I like to roast them. Simply peel and cut the beets into small diced size chunks and cook on 400 degrees Fahrenheit will create browning around the edges and bring out the natural sweetness of the beet, deepening the flavor with each bite. Save those beet greens for another use. With a slight bitterness, like kale, they can be sautéed with a little bit of olive oil and Celtic sea salt for a great side dish to any meal.
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