This healthy eight-layer taco dip is big on ingredients and flavor and is easy to make. You can scoop it up with baked tortilla chips or layer it onto a whole-grain tortilla or wrap. Enjoy!
With one salad, you can get the four daily servings of vegetables you need. Learn how to create a salad brimming with color, texture, flavor and nutrition — and discover do’s and don’ts from a dietitian.
Get creative about eating healthy, distinct recipes on one grocery trip! These three fruit and nut salad recipes all use the same core ingredients but offer different flavors with simple swaps, spices and herbs.
Your kids want macaroni and cheese. You want to please – but need dinner to be healthy. The solution? Try our version, featuring whole-wheat noodles, real cheese and winter squash for added creaminess. It’s comfort food the whole family can agree on.
This quiche, which has a whole-wheat crust, makes a nice meal with a simple green salad. Change up the vegetables by the season to baby artichokes, broccoli, cauliflower, squash or fennel.
These crispy, homemade nuggets are a simple way to sneak in those extra veggies at any meal and a perfect finger food the whole family will love.
This super tomato-y bruschetta has the simplest ingredients: besides a generous amount of tomatoes, you'll find extra virgin olive oil, fresh basil, crushed garlic and balsamic vinegar.
What better way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day than with your favorite green foods? They're not just green -- but good for you too. Lucky for picky eaters, these recipes are also quite yummy!
This black bean burger is not only tasty, but it offers many health benefits. The beans and quinoa in this delicious recipe are healthy, high-fiber plant protein sources good for colon health.
Baked polenta fries are a great twist on traditional french fries. This easy recipe can compliment dinner any night of the week.