Simple Roasted Butternut Squash by Brandon Bolton, RDNAs fall begins to settle in, it's time to break out some of my favorite recipes. This one in particular is super simple to make and tastes delicious. The best part is that butternut squash is low in calories and high in many nutrients. Lemon Asparagus Risotto by Brandon Bolton, RDNThis is the perfect time of year to make this side dish because it's a lighter version of a classic risotto and contains asparagus which is a great source of nutrients including fiber, folate and vitamins. Infuse some fresh lemon juice and zest into the dish and bring out the intense brightness and flavors of all ingredients. Grill or bake white fish or chicken on the side for a delicious light and healthy meal.Quinoa and Black Bean Salad by Brandon Bolton, RDNWhether you are vegetarian or just looking for a healthy meal, we've got you covered with this delicious and nutritious Quinoa and Black Bean Salad that's packed with plenty of protein and fiber to help keep you feeling fuller longer. Easy to make ahead and store in containers for those days you're on the go. Roasted Gnocchi with Asparagus and Tomatoes Tossed in a Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette by Mina Goodman, RDNThe distinctive sweet-tart floral taste of Meyer lemons with the natural sweetness of roasted asparagus and tomatoes takes this side dish to a whole new level of flavor. Super easy to make, this gnocchi side dish is perfect with a grilled or baked piece of fish or chicken for a complete meal.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. Roasted Brussel Sprouts with Cranberries by Stephanie Olzinski, RDN and Rhyan Geiger, RDNNot only are these leafy vegetables in season right now but they’re low in calories and high in many nutrients such as fiber, vitamin K and vitamin C. Did you know that these little cruciferous vegetables may help maintain healthy blood sugar levels? This is likely due to their high fiber content. This recipe is simple to make and is a crowd pleaser!
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