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This is a delicious yet simple side dish that requires little prep time! Carrots are great for eye health due to their beta carotene content. They also contain fiber, potassium and antioxidants.

The lemon zest really brightens this dish up and adds immune-boosting vitamin C. Serve this dish on your Thanksgiving table or for company - the rainbow carrots make this one an impressive and beautiful dish for entertaining.

Using your slow cooker during a busy week is always a good idea. The prep for this chicken curry is as simple as combining the chicken and spices in your crockpot or slow cooker.

Curry powder contains cucumin, a natural anti-inflammatory compound. Research shows that curcumin may reduce the risk for heart disease, Alzheimer's and even depression.

We recommend serving your curry brown rice and topping it with raisins, sliced green onions, chutney and chopped peanuts. So good!

These veggie-packed flatbread pizzas make for a quick & easy lunch or dinner option. They also make for a great appetizer!

Unlike your traditional pizza, these pizzas are packed with fiber from your veggies and whole grain goodness from your pita. Include whatever veggies you prefer or have on-hand to make this pizza your own!

We seem to always have extra carrots on hand and this carrot ginger soup is the perfect way to use them up! In addition to being full of fall flavor, this soup is also packed with nutrients. Carrots contain vitamin A, an antioxidant that supports healthy vision. Even though they aren't a bright color, white vegetables like garlic and onions are also rich in antioxidants!

This is one of my all time favorite ways to use up leftover apples during the fall and winter! I like to spread this apple butter on toast, muffins and sandwiches. I also love swirling it into yogurt at breakfast and adding it to a cheese board when entertaining.

The best part about this recipe? It's as simple as adding all of the ingredients to your crockpot. While the butter cooks, your house is going to smell absolutely amazing - just like fall!

Apples are a great source of the soluble fiber pectin. Soluble fiber helps to lower cholesterol levels and improves gut function.

Having a go-to bean salad in your repertoire is a must! Bean salads are easy to put together and can be adapted with whatever vegetables, herbs and spices you have on hand. The best part? They can be made in advance and keep well in the fridge for days. We love a good bean salad for weekday lunches for this reason!

Legumes like beans, peas, chickpeas, and lentils are a staple of the Mediterranean diet. They are high in fiber and protein and low in saturated fat, making them great for heart health.

We love this fall take on a classic black eyed pea salad. Butternut squash adds fall flavor along with immune-boosting vitamins C and A. Butternut squash is also a good source of potassium, a mineral that can help reduce blood pressure.