Sorghum-Glazed Sweet Potatoes
All we want for Christmas are potatoes (and then more potatoes).
Herbed Chicken with Beets and Brussels
Lemony Brussels Sprout Salad
Freshen up your Christmas table with this tangy, crunchy salad.
Thai Steak and Pear Salad
If you're not a fan of red meat, you can swap out steak for chicken.
20-Minute Cauliflower Soup
Throw together this creamy soup while you're waiting for your ham to finish cooking.
Pressure Cooker Winter Squash and Lentil Stew
Because it's time you put your Instant Pot to use.
Roasted Salmon with Crispy Potatoes and Broccoli
Not a fan of ham, chicken, or pork? Roast some salmon for your nearest and dearest family and friends.
Shaved Brussels Sprout and Chestnut Salad
Whatever you do, don't forget the blue cheese!
Garlicky Kale and Pea Sauté
Get your green fix with this quick and easy sauté.
Braised Chicken Thighs with Almonds and Olives
Infused with nutty and salty flavors, this chicken dish will be a hit.
Kale and Roasted Cauliflower Salad
This salad is basically every Christmas side thrown into one dish — so that means we can eat more, right?
Rustic Smoky Glazed Chicken and Veggie Bake
When in doubt, throw everything on a pan and let it bake.
Roast Pork and Sweet Potatoes with Spicy Cabbage
If your dinner guests have a love for spicy foods, then this pork and potato dish will do the trick.
Roasted Sweet Potato and Chicken Salad
This nutrient-rich salad has everything but the kitchen sink — seriously.
Steak with Kale and White-Bean Mash
If you're feeling extra fancy this year, try making your own pesto.
Lemony Herb Roast Chicken
You can't go wrong with a roast chicken as your holiday main.
Lemony Asparagus, Beans and Peas
If you're looking to liven up your Christmas dinner, try these tangy greens.
Butter-Glazed Rainbow Carrots
These colorful carrots are almost too beautiful to eat.
Chickpea and Kale Rigatoni with Smoky Bread Crumbs
Chickpeas and kale give this classic pasta dish extra nutrients (and flavor!).
One-Pan Roast Turkey and Root Veggies
You just finished making your house clean and tidy, so why would you want to add a pile of dirty pots and pans to the mix?!