Homemade popcorn can be one of the healthiest snacks around, as long as it’s not drowning in butter. It’s got tons of fiber and heart-healthy polyphenols, Try an air-popper, add some spices and you’ve got a much healthier snack than traditional popcorn.
Here is a quick-to-prepare comfort food dessert that won’t bust your healthy eating habits.
Fall is the perfect time to get into baking. These biscotti are low in calories and perfect with your favorite tea.
They may swoon over your soup, rave about your roasted chicken and get teary-eyed in praise of your homemade bread. But the showstopper for most meals is dessert. Here are five recipes for flavorful finales.
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Yes, tofu for dessert! This chocolate espresso mousse is both a high-protein and low-calorie (but tasty!) option.
Desserts don’t need to be full of sugar to still be sweet. This simple recipe packs plenty of summer flavors using in season fruits.
It’s simple and requires no baking. Satisfy that sweet tooth without all the added sugar.
Desserts don’t have to be bad for you. These cookies can satisfy that sweet tooth while still getting you simple, whole grains in your diet.
This souffle is perfect to share with someone after a meal. With only 130 calories per serving, it’s packed with strawberries for a perfect pairing.
Using skim milk and oats, this pumpkin pie is healthy and features a crunchy crust.