Are tacos always a hit in your house? Try taking a favorite and making them just a bit healthier! Our dietitian’s version substitutes Swiss chard leaves for the traditional taco shells — and offers an unexpected (but delicious!) taste twist thanks to the Indian spice garam masala.
Eggplants are praised for the variety of ways it can be cooked, but perhaps one of the easiest and quickest ways is in stir-fry. Plus, since stir-fry is such a versatile dish, if you don’t have all the ingredients, just skip it!
This dish will quickly become your go to meal when you’re not sure what to cook. And with fresh ingredients, it’ll taste delicious.
This classic French sauce served over a bed of lettuce is perfect for lunch or a side at dinner.
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Boneless chicken breasts don’t have to be boring. Spice it up with this just-right spicy chicken for full flavor in a short time.
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.
Need a good and healthy crockpot soup? Try this chicken mushroom barley soup from our dietitians.
Salad for dinner? Yes! This Mexican-style black bean salad is substantial enough (and tasty!) for your evening meal.
Fish in parchment is a dish that’s easy and never disappoints. Try our wellness team’s version featuring lemony flounder.
Need a new idea for chicken for dinner? Try this flavorful grilled Jamaican jerk chicken from our wellness experts.