Edamame, or green soybeans, are available shelled or fully cooked in pods in the produce and frozen vegetable sections of supermarkets.
These crispy Italian cookies are so delicious, you won’t notice the missing calories or fat compared to traditional almond biscotti.
It’s hard to beat mac and cheese as a family favorite! This version gives you all the flavor of traditional mac and cheese without all the fat and calories.
This fish taco uses red snapper, but feel free to substitute any firm fish. The mango salsa goes well with chicken or pork, so keep it in mind for a quick meal when you are grilling.
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This hearty vegetable soup of zucchini, yellow squash and chickpeas will warm you up inside. Stewed tomatoes, vegetable broth and a dollop of yogurt make a tasty broth.
The great part about this recipe is that you don’t have to do any special shopping for it! Simply take a look in your refrigerator vegetable drawer and roast whatever awaits you.
Leeks are in the same family as onions, but have a mild flavor that complement the other ingredients without overpowering them.
Here is a quick-to-prepare comfort food dessert that won’t bust your healthy eating habits.
This recipe is low in sodium and saturated fat, and high in lean protein and iron. It’s a great way to make the traditional Irish dish leaner, yet still filling and flavorful.
Boiling cauliflower is a crime. Roasting brings out its natural sweetness and adds a crispy texture. Top with roasted red pepper sauce, almonds and parsley for a dish that’s easy on the eyes and packed with plant nutrients.