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11 Healthy Roasting Recipes You Can Try This Weekend

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11 Healthy Roasting Recipes You Can Try This Weekend

While fall is the perfect time for tasty comfort foods, you won’t feel too “comfortable” after you realize you’ve consumed 1,000 calories or more with most of those unhealthy disasters. Fortunately, you can still enjoy the foods you love by taking advantage of these delicious and healthy roasting recipes.

French Roast Chicken with Whole Garlic via Taste of Home

There are few dishes more satisfying than a delicious roasted chicken. Toss in some fresh herbs and garlic and a bit of heart-healthy olive oil and fresh lemon juice, and you have yourself an amazingly tasty and healthy dinner.

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    Easy Roasted Carrots Recipe via The Healthy Eating Guide

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      Doesn’t get much easier (and healthier) than this: just five all-natural ingredients and 20 minutes of cooking time and you have a deliciously simple side dish.

      Here’s a delectable combination of sweet and savory that’s perfect for the fall season. It starts with roasted butternut squash and apples and is complemented by a rich chicken broth with just a hint of butter and some sautéed onions.

      Oven Roasted Cauliflower via Skinny Taste

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        One of the best ways to add a ton of flavor to roasting recipes is to toss in a bit of authentic parmigiano-reggiano cheese. A little bit goes a long way and it turns into a yummy, salty, cheesy crust that pairs perfectly with roasted veggies like cauliflower.

        Healthier Roasted Pork Loin via All Recipes

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          Pork is generally not known for being “healthy”, but pork loin is a leaner cut and when you roast it you save a lot of calories and fat because you don’t need nearly as much butter and/or oil. This recipe is bursting with flavor thanks to the plethora of fresh herbs and fennel. Top with the pan juices, which form an earthy, savory, white-wine-based sauce.

          Roasted Veggie Frittata Recipe via Fitness Magazine

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            Frittatas are a notoriously unhealthy dish. But that’s not the case with this healthy, roasted veggie frittata recipe. It’s loaded with healthy veggies including peppers, onions and zucchini. Plus, the eggs in this one provide plenty of nutritional bang for your buck.

            Basic Roast Beef & Vegetables via Taste of Home

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              Roast beef is a relatively lean cut of meat, and slow roasting it produces a tender, delicious flavor. This recipe uses more olive oil than butter, so you get the benefits of olive oil’s heart-healthy properties. And, you can serve it with steamed spinach or greens beans for a nutritional boost.

              Roasted Broccoli With Tahini Garlic Sauce via New York Times

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                Broccoli is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. Broccoli may be bland on its own, but when you pair it with this amazing tahini sauce, beautiful things happen. This dish is loaded with other healthy ingredients like lemon juice, olive oil and fresh garlic too.

                Healthy Roasted Potato Chips via The Healthy Eating Guide

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                  Of course, eating potato chips on a regular basis isn’t the best way to maintain optimal health. But this healthy roasted potato chip recipe has all-natural ingredients including potatoes, fresh herbs, olive oil, salt and pepper. That’s what we call a winning chip!

                  Roasted Delicata Squash Recipe via Summer Tomato

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                    How’s this for a simple and healthy roasting recipe: delicata squash, olive oil, and salt. That’s it! Cooking often comes down to keeping it simple and letting the ingredients shine, and that’s exactly what this healthy recipe does. Enjoy it with the roasted chicken or pork recipe above.

                    Roasted Cabbage Slices via Wellness Mama

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                      If you’ve never tasted roasted cabbage, you’re in for a treat. You’ll get some pieces that are crunchy and some that are soft and roasted to perfection. It’s the perfect combination! This recipe uses healthy coconut oil and fresh herbs, which are complementary toppings for tasty roasted cabbage.

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