Make this delicious chocolate soufflé, and share it with someone you love. It’s got great chocolate flavor, plus strawberries, cinnamon and even a little Cognac. And it’s only 130 calories per serving.
This low-fat alternative to french fries is definitely not low on flavor! These tators will be well seasoned with hot pepper flakes, garlic powder, onion powder and salt and pepper. Bake them until they are golden and crispy on the outside and irresistible to the whole family.
This satisfying and flavorful dish is full of healthy ingredients, including salmon, wheat fettuccine, olive oil and marinara sauce. Use red pepper flakes if you prefer a little spice.
This meatloaf is lower in fat and full of flavor. Season it with onion, garlic, herbs, orange rind, and peppers. Try this healthier version of a family favorite, and make a great meal both parents and kids will enjoy.
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Shepherd’s pie, a layered casserole of mashed potatoes, veggies and chicken, is the perfect way to get your fill of veggies with great taste to boot. Whip up this traditional favorite for a warm, hearty and healthy meal.
Warm up with a healthy bowl of chicken stew packed with flavorful veggies, savory spices and tender chicken.
Want to include mac and cheese at your holiday event, but want to make it a little fancier (and a little healthier?) Try incorporating a winter squash to make this traditional stand-by something different — and tasty!
Start your day off right with this delicious breakfast that won’t leave you hungry mid-morning. Whole grains are high in fiber, high in protein, aid in digestion, and help you feel full.
As summer comes to a close, get the most of corn before autumn rolls in. Try this refreshing corn salad complete with red peppers and shallots.
If home is where the heart is, shouldn’t every home be heart healthy? Easier said than done in U.S. homes today, where: Processed, high-fat, high-sugar foods are readily available Sedentary activities, such as TV watching and computer use, take time away from physical activities That’s a problem, since a low-fat, low-sugar, high-fiber diet and regular … Read More