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 healthy whole grain is subtly spicy and delicious served with fish or chicken.
This mixed vegetable soup recipe is versatile -- a perfect way to use your leftover veggies. Any vegetables you have on hand will work so feel free to get creative!
Love mashed potatoes, but trying to cut calories? Try mashed cauliflower, which has a similar taste and texture for a fraction of the calories.
Looking for an appetizer with a zing that's still a vegetable? This recipe packs protein and fiber with some spice! Bring to a party, serve as a snack, or use in place of croutons on a salad. The recipe is really simple to make too.
This chili is a hearty, heart-healthy twist on the original -- with soy as a stand-in for meat. The spices, stewed tomatoes and kidney beans give it the illusion of richness, despite the lighter calories and reduced fat content.
Roasting really brings out the flavor of vegetables – and it is so easy to do. Add to this the nutritional benefits: One cup of chopped broccoli provides 135 percent of your vitamin C for the day and 556 milligrams of potassium!
No potato chip can beat this crispy snack — it's scrumptious and nutritious. A serving only has 112 calories and you get a whopping 309 percent of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin A, plus other nutrients!
Last year’s news of pink slime in ground beef has caused many to think twice about eating meat again. But what about athletes? Learn if it is it safe for athletes to follow a meat-free diet.