Here is a quick-to-prepare comfort food dessert that won’t bust your healthy eating habits.
If you love the taste of pumpkin pie, but want to avoid the calories and fat, this dessert is for you.
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.
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Why pick up a prepared dip for your crudités when you can whip up this great-tasting and healthy version in no time flat?
This noodle salad is full of flavorful cool greens and veggies topped with tender salmon filet. The fish also offers greater than 100 percent of recommended vitamin D.
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 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 rich-tasting soup boasts only 1 gram of fat in each serving. The best part? The taste. Meaty mushrooms of various varieties and barley are a perfect pair.