Here’s a Thai-inspired recipe where the flavors and textures blend together for a meal that’s sweet, spicy, tangy and nutritious.
This not-so devilish egg recipe is a perfect light lunch, or makes a really delicious egg appetizer made with olive oil instead of mayonnaise. But you won’t even miss it. Dill and paprika add a touch of rich and fresh flavor.
Want a great snack packed with protein? Try edamame! It helps you feel full for much longer than any carbohydrate-rich snack could. Plus, it’s really fun to eat!
Looking for an easy but healthy appetizer recipe? Try our Greek yogurt spinach dip!
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These minted fruit kabobs are a fresh, sweet dish that make for a light and pretty dessert or a fun snack.
This “pate” contains no meat, but can make a great side at parties or family dinners.
Love hummus? Try our roasted red pepper hummus. It’s delicious and heart-healthy!
Salsa is not just for chips — try it as a side dish to eggs or a burger topping.
Make pizza night fantastic with this heart-healthy twist. Use it as an appetizer or the main course.
As summer comes to a close, get the most of corn before autumn rolls in. Try this refreshing corn salad complete with red peppers and shallots.