Roasted Spring Vegetable Medley with Parsley

You can’t go wrong with roasted veggies. Simple and full of earthy flavor, they make a colorful, nutrient-dense addition to any holiday table. This savory side pairs perfectly with any Passover main dish.

Charoset for the Passover Seder Plate

This delicious charoset makes a beautiful addition to the Passover seder plate. Leftovers can be enjoyed on gluten-free matzah and in warm cooked cereals, plain yogurt and smoothies.

Advertisement

Masala Cauliflower

Eating Paleo means skipping the rice, potato, pasta and other common starchy sides. Cauliflower is an ideal substitution. This recipe is packed with lots of flavor and will make you think twice before returning to your old favorites.

Scalloped Sweet Potato Bake

This dish is rich and decadent, and reheats well so you can serve it another day. Serve alongside a fancy dinner or make it your main attraction—it perfectly complements a big hearty salad for a weeknight dinner.

Dairy-Free Fresh Ricotta

The fact that ricotta is mild makes it a versatile starting point and blank canvas for traditional and nontraditional dishes. Need to add protein to a salad, roasted veggie dish, or even pancakes? Reach for ricotta!

Crispy Cauliflower

You might think this is a new-fangled way to use cauliflower instead of macaroni, but Cauliflower Cheese is a traditional, well-loved British dish.

Spicy Cauliflower Wings

If you have yet to try cauliflower wings, this recipe is a must-try. These “wings” are covered with a gluten-free flour batter to give a delicious crunch with that perfect kick of spice.