This recipe swaps out a popular dip’s excess calories and saturated fat for healthier alternatives. Enjoy this creamy, delicious and heart-healthy dip any time with your favorite veggies.
Make an easy and delicious grilled vegetable rice. You can make it with a variety of vegetables, sliced very small, as well as olive oil, herbs, lemon zest and whole grain rice.
If the winter weather has you down, why not take a little trip to Mexico? This slow-cooker recipe, inspired by a traditional Mexican soup, packs in phytonutrients and a bright, belly-warming flavor that tastes like pure sunshine.
Here’s a heart-healthy recipe destined to become a family favorite. It features shredded zucchini, oat bran and raisins, sweetened with maple syrup, and with a hint of orange for flavor.
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Mushrooms and barley pair perfectly together. So why not try them in this delicious low-fat soup? It’s a satisfying, rich-tasting recipe that’s guaranteed to warm up any cold day or night.
You’ll love this one-pot meal that can be tailored to any flavor preference, even if you shy away from hot, spicy food. But if you want to bring more heat to this jambalaya, just add a little more hot sauce to kick it up a bit. Swap in meat for seafood if that’s what you like.
Cookies don’t have to be an unhealthy dessert. This chocolate cherry cookie option is good for your heart and low on sugar.
Everyone loves Gingerbread cookies during the holidays. Try this healthy alternative and enjoy all the smells that come with it.
You won’t have to feel so guilty baking these sugar cookies for your family. They’re healthier and lower in fat so they are a good pick at the holidays, or all year long.
These ginger sweet potato pancakes are a tasty side dish to go with any dinner. They’re a great source of fiber and vitamins A and C.