Baked Pears with Cranberries, Honey and WalnutsThe secret to choosing the right pear for baking is to go for the ones that are larger in volume, hold their shape after baking and taste, well, like a pear. Such as Bosc or Anjou pears. Bosc are a bit more oblong in shape, juicy but still have a little crunch and best is they retain their flavor and shape when cooked. Anjou pears are great 'all-purpose pears' and are available all year due to their versatility and long shelf life. When baked, they can withstand high temperatures and develop a sweet buttery, yet slightly firm flesh, that is perfect for this recipe.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!
Apple Spinach Salad with Cranberries and FetaIf you are looking for a light lunch or a side to a lovely dinner, you have got to make this recipe. Each bite is packed with nutrients, antioxidants, and fiber, providing a sweet and savory bite.
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