Tired of not knowing what to nibble on when your need for a healthy snack strikes? Whip up a batch of our dietitian’s peanut butter balls.
If you think pasta is off the menu because of high carbohydrates, reconsider. You can use half (or all) whole grain pasta and add lean protein and veggies for a healthier, tasty alternative.
This recipe removes that high-calorie pie crust, but retains the flavorful filling of a childhood favorite.
This delicious recipe offers a tangy sweet and sour taste but calls for ground turkey breast instead of ground beef, cutting down on calories, fat, and saturated fat.
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Dinner doesn’t have to be complicated to be good (and healthy)! Try these 5 meals from our pediatric dietitian for starters.
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Just because you’re craving Tex-Mex doesn’t mean you have to blow your diet. Our dietitian’s Mango, Avocado and Black Bean Salad will give you the flavors you’re seeking, without all the calories!
Just because the craving strikes doesn’t mean you have to completely blow your diet. Instead, try our dietitian’s mindful substitutions the next time those potato chips or that pint of ice cream is (really loudly) shouting your name.
The safest way to cook stuffing (or dressing) is outside of the turkey. But you can cook it inside the turkey if you take the food safety steps.