Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Roasted Winter Vegetables

Friday, December 30, 2022

Roasted Winter Vegetables

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Anyone else just needing to detox after all of the holiday goodies we just gorged on this past month? I'm so over it that I actually just threw out a huge box of my favorite Lindor Truffles before sampling even one. Those who know me would be shocked by this behavior, but sometimes you just have to let go of things that are toxic to your well being in order to make room for better options. Normally we would have made plans with family or friends for the upcoming New Year's celebrations, but this year I had planned on spending it alone. Jason and Allison were supposed to head south for business, but she ended up sick and will be staying home with me. Which is more than fine because we'll be resuming our Gilmore Girls marathon on the couch while wearing our coziest pajamas. And unlike Lorelai and Rory, we'll have a table of healthy snacks to munch on while watching our favorite mother-daughter program. Allison will probably have raw veggies and dip, but for me, I'll opt for Roasted Winter Vegetables
This is a Golden Blossom Honey recipe that takes all of my favorite winter veggies and combines them into one beautiful dish that I'd happily trade for sweets any day of the week. It's packed with vitamins and nutrients and all the goodness that makes winter worth living for. This does require a bit of prep time with all of the peeling and chopping, but since this weekend's entire batch will be just for me, I'll refrigerate any leftovers and will get several more full meals from this one recipe alone. There's no need to wait for the clock to strike midnight before participating in any resolutions to change your eating habits. Get a head start and serve this up for any of the NYE gatherings you may have planned. I bet these roasted veggies disappear faster than what's on the dessert table.


6 tablespoons olive oil
2 turnips, peeled, cut into 1-inch chunks
4 yams, cut into 1-inch chunks
10 carrots, cut into 2-inch long pieces
4 onions, cut into 1-inch chunks
15 whole garlic cloves, peeled
1 tablespoon ground sage
1 tablespoon dried rosemary
salt and pepper to taste


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  1. I love honey! I'll have to try this one out on my family.

  2. Sure a great way to eat healthy indeed after chowing down all month on the goodies. Sometimes just have to chuck what's left out too. And very true, cat has said that to death. No need to wait for any magic day.

    1. I always hear you saying that in my head every new year!

  3. Gracias por la receta. Pasaba a desearte un feliz año lleno de prosperidad para ti y para tu familia. Te mando un beso.

  4. 15 garlics??? Oh, my, I like it already LOL It is interesting that it does not have potatoes in it.
    So nice that Allison is staying with you, hope Jason won't be too sad alone on the road!
    Wishing you all a Happy crapfree New Year!

    1. Happy, we're working on it. Crapfree? Probably not LOL. But the same wishes are sent to you, my friend.

  5. I love root vegetables, and they do take to honey. Thanks for the recipe, and Happy New Year!

  6. My oldest was here with his family for a week and he cooked every day. He only cooks healthy and his veggies are to die for. He made so many good recipes. I definitely was spoiled rotten. :) These look good and I'd take them over dessert too. Enjoy your show marathon with your girl. Hope she's back to 100 soon.

    1. Thank you Rosey. She's still not well, but slowly getting better a little each day. Maybe some more veggies in her diet will cure her ails.

    2. Chicken soup and veggies? :) That's what my grandma always said was good for what ailed ya' :)

  7. WoW looks very colorful and healthy. I like it. Greetings.

  8. Gracias por la receta. Te deseo un feliz año.

  9. I guess my comment never went through. We love roasted veggies, and just about any vegetable works. I hope you’re having a great time in Florida. XO.


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