This gluten-free dish is surprisingly easy to make and is big on taste. This is the quintessential ‘meal in a pot’. It’s not only sweet and delicious, but it also makes a beautiful presentation. You can serve it alone, atop leafy greens like kale, or stuff it into tomatoes and bell peppers for a fun fall presentation. This simple dish takes people by surprise every time. Perhaps it’s the creamy sweet Cheddar cheese, dried cranberries and fresh thyme all packaged together. This dish has it all- protein, calcium, minerals and more. For a heartier meal, serve this dish with gluten-free Italian bread and you’ll have a delicious feast. Getting healthy foods into children (and adults) who are gluten-free can be a challenge and healthy additions like this one can be a cook’s best friend. I’ve been serving cheesy wild rice for years in my cooking classes and everyone seems to love the recipes. It makes me happy since they’re always filled with nutrients and protein! All together, this dish overflows with calcium, antioxidants, and vitamins. Plus, it’s versatile enough to be served for lunch atop salad or for a main meal at dinner. Spinach is available year-round so you can find it anytime! Choose spinach with crisp, dark green leaves and no sign of wetness. You can easily purchase prewashed spinach in bags and plastic bags, as well. One way to ward off sweet cravings is to add more nutritional sweetness to your meals. Dried cranberries and fresh thyme add amazing flavor to this recipe; your guests will be overtaken by the aroma when they enter your home and they’ll be even more impressed when you serve this satisfying fall dish.