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Let’s face it, we all love comfort foods, but all too often these favorites can derail all our healthy eating intentions. But does that mean we have to say farewell forever to all our soul-satisfying faves? Not hardly! Here we’ve given a family standby some healthy tweaks by replacing some of the cheese with antioxidant-rich winter squash and perking up the flavor with yummy caramelized onions.
Inspired by a Cooking Light recipe, this vibrantly colored salad pairs roasted beets and goat cheese with crisp baby greens and crunchy walnuts. The result is a healthy salad that is a gastronomic festival of flavor, texture and color. You can prepare the beets up to two days in advance.
Whether you are a vegetarian or simply want to try swapping out a meat-centered meal for a healthier alternative, this recipe is an easy weeknight dinner solution. When it comes to inexpensive plant protein that’s rich in fiber and antioxidants, one needs to look no further than beans.