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Peas and Thank You. Vegan food photos - Vegan Recipes - Vegan Products. Quinoa Salad with Sweet Potatoes, Kale, & Dried Cranberries. Quinoa Salad with Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Kale, Dried Cranberries, & Red Onion Last week we were on a sugar high from all of the Halloween candy recipes I posted.

Quinoa Salad with Sweet Potatoes, Kale, & Dried Cranberries

We are all sugared out. Don’t worry, it won’t last long, but today we are sharing a healthy recipe. I blame Josh for my latest obsession-sweet potatoes and kale. Ever since he created that Sweet Potato Kale Pizza, I have been craving them like mad. I used black quinoa for this salad because I love the color, especially against the orange sweet potatoes and green kale. This salad is simple to make and can be served as a main dish or side dish. If you like this Quinoa Salad with Roasted Sweet Potatoes, Kale, Dried Cranberries, & Red Onion, you might also like: Stacked roasted vegetable enchiladas. I’m thrilled that Jenna asked me to write a guest post for her beautiful blog!

stacked roasted vegetable enchiladas

Jenna is such a talented chef and blogger. I’m a little star-struck, to be honest. I’m Natalie, a mom of two little girls (3 and 4), and I blog over at Perry’s Plate where I focus on whole-food, family-friendly recipes. (Read = My goal is to cram my kids full of vegetables. Every. Kids are tricky. And any recipe that begins with a pan of roasted vegetables is a winner in my book. Last summer I was visiting my parents in Idaho, and I decided to make this for dinner.

It’s hilarious to see a 56-year-old man act as picky as my 3-year-old. I find I have to use the same techniques to get my dad to eat vegetables as I do my children. I believe it was the taco meat that saved the day. V e g a n D a d. Healthy. Happy. Life.

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