Mustard Greens Chips for Healthy Snacking

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Looking for a salty snack you can savor without the guilt? Baked mustard greens are a satisfying alternative to standard chips. With just three ingredients – and in no time at all – you’ll be munching away at these crispy, nutrient-rich leaves. Read on to add this recipe to your collection of snack-time favorites.

How to Cook Collard Greens in the Electric Pressure Cooker

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Learn how to cook collard greens in the electric pressure cooker for a classic Southern side in under 30 minutes. Complete with smoky bacon and onion, this dish is ready to serve straight out of the pot with whatever entree you want to serve alongside it. Get the full how-to guide for this simple cooking method now.

Creamed Collard Greens

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For a rich twist on sauteed greens, these creamed collards are a dreamy side dish you won’t be able to resist. After buttery onions and garlic are simmered with cream–tender blanched collards and sharp Pecorino, they’re folded into the rich sauce. Keep reading to add this luxurious recipe to your list of favorites.

Gluten-Free Ramen-Style Black Eyed Pea Noodle Bowl (Vegan)

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Ensure your prosperity this New Years with a mess of black eyed peas and greens. This vegan-friendly and gluten-free Ramen-Style Black Eyed Pea Noodle Bowl is a super easy recipe to serve to family and friends. With no meat, no dairy, and no wheat, almost anybody can have a bowl and lock in their good luck for the New Years! Get the recipe now.