This seasonal summer dish is delicious with a mixed green salad or grilled veggies. Or you can pair this dish with leftover poultry or fish, along with a salad or grilled vegetable.
These muffins are mildly sweet, nutty and full of veggies and fiber. The cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, ginger, raisins and dates all make these muffins so delicious, you'll forget they're so good for you!
For a twist on the traditional, try this recipe the next time you crave Italian. You’ll eat fewer calories, less fat and less cholesterol. And as a bonus, the tofu is a good source of calcium.
This salad offers the fresh taste of grape tomatoes, cucumbers and dill in an olive oil, lemon and vinegar dressing. It also calls for bulgur, a whole grain that is full of fiber.
This simple, sweet and healthy treat is delicious and good for you too. Probiotics in the yogurt introduce beneficial bacteria to the gastrointestinal tract and can help support your digestion and immune health.
Cookouts don’t have to mean sky-high calories and blown diets. But the food doesn’t have to be boring or bland, either. Our dietitians offers delicious alternatives to old standbys.
This recipe includes sirloin, one of the leaner cuts of beef. Grill it with plenty of vegetables and simple seasonings to make this easy, delicious and flavorful meal.
Smoothies are a breeze to make in your blender. But calories from fruit can add up fast. Here’s how to tweak your favorite smoothie to get the right blend of carbs, protein and taste.
Try this colorful salad recipe to mix things up. The orange juice dressing lends sweetness to the salad, while the broccoli and sunflower seeds create texture for a recipe sure to please the whole family.
This heart-healthy version of every kid’s favorite cookie is low in cholesterol and high in omega-3 fatty acids. Walnuts and canola oil replace the usual eggs and butter, and oats and whole-wheat flour provide the whole grain. Finally — a treat you can feel good about!