These salmon patties are not only tasty — they’re rich in heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, too. Make them ahead of time and refrigerate until you’re ready to cook.
Looking for a dressing that’s different and still kind to your waistline? Try this flavorful fat-free version, which uses two fruits for flavor and texture. You won’t miss the fat at all.
One of the ways you can make vegetables more appealing to your family is to add a sauce. Like dressing on a salad, it adds flavor and a bit of texture.
This mashed potato recipe is low in fat but high in satisfaction. Try it as a tasty alternative to full-fat dairy whipped potatoes.
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This heart-healthy side is perfect for your next barbecue. Grill the colorful, flavorful kabobs on skewers, or cook them in foil. They’re delicious either way!
This frittata is full of flavor and nutrients, yet is low in calories. The herbs and variety of vegetables make it an unforgettable omelet dish.
This lighter version of shepherd’s pie is full of flavor but doesn’t have the fat and calories typical of this dish.
Here’s a custard dessert recipe that’s as heart-healthy as it is tasty.
This recipe demonstrates how simple ingredient substitutions can result in mouthwatering masterpieces that will fool your biggest healthy-dessert skeptics.
A full cup of coarsely chopped fresh mint leaves makes this a very refreshing salad when you are grilling meat, fish or poultry. Or eat it as it is and enjoy all the fresh veggies.