We make it our mission to inspire you to eat beautifully, organically and deliciously. And the holidays are one of our favorite stomping grounds. From grandma’s recipes that have survived generations to a more conscious approach to otherwise overindulgent fare, we’ve been flooding you with holiday recipes, because, let’s face it, you can’t beat the comfort of a traditional, seasonal spread. Here is the official roundup of our holiday recipes. We hope that your family and friends enjoy them as much as ours have.
A simple step by step procedure to make a special organic winter salad for your family.
This is truly an impressive dish and fairly easy to do with a little preparation.
Winter Warming Soups
Everyone loves a bowl of butternut squash soup, and it’s perfect accompaniment is surely sage.
Broccolini is a hybrid of broccoli and Chinese kale. The result is a tender, slightly sweet vegetable with edible stems and florets. It’s tenderness makes for this delectable soup.
Want to make the best ever French Onion Soup? Try this recipe!
A low-fat, low-calorie, totally creamy potato leek soup that’ll stick to your ribs without collecting around your waist.
This all-vegetarian stew recipe is full of plant protein, fiber, antioxidants and ample fall spices. Don’t be intimidated by the cilantro oil—once you make this stunning green condiment, you’ll be looking for other recipes to use it in.
What a feast! A recipe for roast duckling with a cointreau sauce and vegetable stuffing.
Make wild mushroom and black truffle risotto while osso bucco cooks for a memorable plate of winter flavors.
If you’ve got a barbecue, you can create the perfect Thanksgiving turkey. How to brine and smoke your bird to perfection, using all natural methods.
I love this because it is an easy do-ahead recipe that I start the day before I serve it. I then cook it, sometimes all day, on a low temperature the day I serve it.
Chicken pot pie just got a winter OA makeover that you will surely love.
With just four ingredients, this is one of the easiest brisket recipes you’ll ever make.
This is an easy crowd pleaser with aromatic vanilla flavor to make your whole home smell delicious.
This is Grandmothet’s traditional wild game recipe that can be used on any type of wild or organic poultry. Slow roasting these wild birds wrapped in bacon enhances the flavor of the meat while rendering it extremely moist and tender.
Make the best braised lamb shanks with simple ingredients atop heavenly mashed potatoes using buttery gold potatoes, cream, butter, milk, salt, pepper and roasted garlic cloves.
This is a simple, yet delicious turkey. If you are short on time and want an easy turkey recipe, this is or you!
Vegetarian & Veggie Side Dishes
Homemade stock, delicious wild mushrooms and real parmesan cheese set this risotto in a class of its own. Try this recipe!
This salsa is great as an appetizer served atop a smoked fish like trout or salmon atop flat bread crackers with a dab of creme fraiche. You can also use this to garnish grilled fish, or chicken.
This healthy and flavorful recipe is easy to make! Use all the fresh organic winter vegetables you can find.
Forget the can-shaped jelly roll and cook up grandmother’s easy recipe for a chunky, crunchy sweet cranberry sauce.
Finally, a Brussel Sprouts recipe that everyone will love.
Beet greens done just right…
These potatoes just got dressed up with celery root, and the result is outstanding.
We think this is the best version of this extremely popular dish.
This is a great accompaniment to any entrée such as chicken or fish and is a snap to make.
Latkes are a traditional Jewish potato pancake served during Hanukkah to commemorate the miracle of oil that sustained the second temple of Israel during the Maccabean Revolt.
Lose the Campbell’s canned soup, and use this recipe to make a more organic, healthy and tasty version of the classic Green Bean Casserole.
This is such an easy and delicious dish to prepare. All you need are three ingredients. Even vegetable skeptics love this recipe because roasting brings out the sweetness of the vegetable, which makes it really delicious.
Try this festive dish made with perfectly poached organic christmas pears in port wine sauce. When cooking with wine, make sure you use a good quality wine that you enjoy drinking.
This holiday recipe is not your Gramma’s fruitcake. It’s gluten-free, using ground almonds in place of flour, and is packed silly with dried fruits, nuts and holiday spice. Get baking!
Indulge in a homemade pecan pie this season that’s easy as… well, pie. Just mix, pour, and bake with this no-hassle recipe for bourbon-spiked pecan pie. It’s all-natural for a delicious–and wholesome–holiday dessert. Enjoy!
Just five ingredients are all it takes to create this beautifully festive holiday dessert: Cranberry Pear Pie. Enjoy with regular or non-dairy whipped cream, a sifter of brandy, and fine holiday company.
This holiday season, treat your guests to a flaky, savory pie crust that’s made with olive oil—no butter required at all. This incredible vegan recipe has been a staple recipe in my kitchen for years, and it will transform your holiday desserts forever. Promise.
Delicious, healthy dessert recipe with only four ingredients. This recipe can be made in about 10 minutes flat!
Looking for a different apple recipe that is quick and easy to prepare? Try this.
We love tea. We love cake. We love cranberries. And we certainly love them all bundled up together in this recipe!
A festive and healthy alternative to pie or ice cream! Simmer pears in pomegranate juice and dessert wine in this warm, sweet, gorgeous and healthy recipe.
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