21 Simple Ways to Cook with Health-Boosting Spices

You’re already wakeful that many spices are good for you, and also supplement overwhelming season to all we cook. But what we might not know is exactly how several spices indeed advantage your body. Here, we mangle down a 7 healthiest spices, explain what they do for you, and give juicy ways to prepare with any one.

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These 21 great-for-you recipes—from cayenne honeyed potato fries to zucchini muffins with nutmeg—will supplement present season to your diet, so bookmark this page ASAP, since you’ll be wanting to supplement them all to your unchanging cooking rotation.

Originally published Jun 2016. Updated Sep 2017.

You substantially already supplement black peppers to half of all we cook—keep doing that to get the stomach-soothing and energy-enhancing benefits.

Black Pepper Shrimp

Rasa Malaysia

Vegan Black Pepper Tofu

Lazy Cat Kitchen

Chinese Beef with Honey and Black Pepper Sauce

Ang Sarap

Cayenne gives any plate a kick, and is also good for your stomach and circulation.

Baba Ganoush with Cayenne

Little Spice Jar

Sweet Potato Fries with Cayenne

Gym Flow 100

Pumpkin Seed Brittle with Cayenne

Bon Appetit

The spicy-sweet season of cinnamon improves all from fruit and veggies to yogurt.

Maple Cinnamon Roasted Butternut Squash

Life Made Sweeter

Cinnamon Sugar Grilled Peaches

High Heels and Grills

Cinnamon Brown Sugar Carrots

Damn Delicious

Nutmeg adds a nutty-sweet spirit to baked goods, soups and veggies.

Baked Asparagus Cannelloni with Nutmeg

Happy Kitchen

Zucchini Muffins with Nutmeg

Simply Recipes

Broccoli Cheese Soup with Nutmeg


A little shower of earthy, sour cumin brings a bit of exoticism to bland dishes.

Homemade Hummus with Cumin

Gimme Some Oven

Greek Meatballs with Cumin and Tatziki

Recipe Runner

Bombay Potatoes with Cumin


Fresh, perfumed virtuoso is a good further to meats and salads.

Almond Sage Pesto Gruyere Grilled Cheese

Vanilla and Bean

Pork Loin with Wine, Sage, and Herb Gravy

Seasons and Suppers

Browned Sage Butter Chicken Piccata with Mushroom Pasta

Half Baked Harvest

A dash of bitter, savoury turmeric will move an additional flog to sauces.

Turmeric Quinoa with Pomegranates and Walnuts

Wendy Polisi

Wild Rice Quinoa Salad with Asparagus

Simply Quinoa

Turmeric Pumpkin Soup with Coconut and Lime

Homespun Capers

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