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Tip: If there's dressing left over, you can store it in the refrigerator for up to two days.
Tip: To save time, cook the rice and chicken together in a casserole dish with a tight-fitting lid. That way, the rice will remain moist as it bakes.
Tip: For extra spice, top off each slice with a scoop of cinnamon ice cream.
Tip: Cut calories (and some fat) by substituting chicken or turkey sausage.
Apple-smoked bacon adds autumn flavor to this classic midnight snack. Stack the sandwich with Granny Smiths for tart flavor; for sweetness, try Golden Delicious apples.
Turn a proven crowd-pleaser -- apples and cheese -- into this creamy soup. Chunks of potatoes add heartiness.
Tip: Garnish the soup with slices of Granny Smith apples for tart flavor; Pacific Queen apples make a sweeter alternative.
Tip: To evenly roast the apples for this pie, spread the fruit in a single layer across your pan.
Tip: For best results, make this pastry with quick-cooking oats instead of regular rolled oats.
Tip: For a delicious side dish, try our creamy Mashed Sweet Potatoes.
Tip: Try this apple dish as a side to our Pork Chops with Caramelized Onions.
Serve this traditional soup of fresh veggies and pasta as your main course -- or as a yummy side dish to our Chicken Panini.
Tip: For dessert, try our Caramel-Apple Pudding Cake.
Fresh shrimp and bay scallops add filling protein to an Italian classic that takes just 30 minutes to make.
Tip: For dessert, try our Autumn Fruits with Cinnamon Custard.
Tip: For dessert, try our Gingerbread Cupcakes.
Tip: For dessert, try our Chewy Molasses Ginger Cookies.
Tip: For dessert, try our light Berry Lemon Trifle.
This recipe calls for nutrient-rich steel-cut oats; add fresh berries for an extra healthy boost. Prepare the oatmeal ahead to save time in the morning.
Tip: For a sweet side, try our fresh Fig and Fruit Salad.
Quinoa, a tiny beadlike grain, gives this chicken and butternut squash soup a slight crunch.
This colorful dish provides 68 percent of your recommended daily Vitamin C intake; top it off with cracked black pepper and feta cheese.
Tip: For dessert, try our Cranberry-Raspberry Tarts.