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Savory Cottage Cheese Dill Muffins

Introducing cottage cheese dill muffins! Moist and tender, made with spelt flour, cottage cheese, yogurt and eggs, these savory muffins pack more than 6 grams of protein each. Besides starring as a partner to soups, stews and chili, they’ll turn a simple salad into an awesome meal, and you’ll love them as a healthy grab-and-go breakfast!

Savory Cottage Cheese Dill muffins, one cut in half with butter

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Vegetarian Escarole and White Bean Soup

Mangia bene! The classic Italian pairing of escarole and white beans shines in this hearty soup, a meal-in-a-bowl that’s guaranteed to brighten a dreary day. You can make escarole and white bean soup with collards or other greens as well. Cooler weather? You want this warming vegetarian soup on your menu!

Escarole and White Beans

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Spiced Maple Cranberry Pumpkin Muffins

Tender and moist, nutritious with whole grain flour, naturally sweetened with maple syrup and generously studded with tart dried cranberries and pumpkin seeds, make these maple cranberry pumpkin muffins your entry into pumpkin madness season!!

Spiced Maple Cranberry Pumpkin Muffins one muffin broken in half showing inside

Just when you think you’re safe and not going there, the bug hits. You try to ignore them and then all the pumpkin recipes smash right into you–everywhere you go! Pumpkin recipes–they’re rampant. As you can see, I got caught. I couldn’t let the season go by without sharing this recipe for super-moist pumpkin-spiced muffins.

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Healthy Oatmeal Rosemary Scones

Rustic and luxurious all in the same bite! Healthy with whole wheat flour, rolled oats, and plain yogurt, these oatmeal rosemary scones shine with rosemary essence and sweet butter tenderness. Magical! Hard to resist!

Oatmeal Rosemary Scones baked in basket | Letty's Kitchen

Rosemary in pastry treats? Usually we think of rosemary for savory foods like meats or tomato sauce, right? Yet the herb’s distinct floral flavor–pungent, lemony, and lightly piney–infused into biscuit-like scones makes taste sense. After all, rosemary belongs to the mint family and we incorporate mint in desserts all the time.

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Hibiscus Sparkling Soda Spritzers

Cranberry-pink effervescent bubbles blushing with tart lemony flavor, these ice-cold hibiscus sparkling soda spritzers are about to become your favorite mocktails, hands down. For the best thirst quencher ever, look no further!

hibiscus sparkling soda spritzers with shot glass

You start with a strong tea of dried magenta-red hibiscus flowers. (To be more exact, the dried calyx centers of the flowers.) Sweeten the tea with honey, just enough to soften the flower’s tangy sharpness. Pour a shot of the bright syrup over ice and top with fizzy water. Ta-da!
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