Not all dressing has to be bad for you. This fat-free alternative is tasty and good for your heart.
We often think that comfort food isn’t healthy. This soup will not only keep you warm but it’s low in calories too!
Serve up a fresh-tasting salad full of ripe tomatoes, greens and whole grain bread. It even includes olive oil and vinegar dressing you can make yourself!
This mashed potato recipe is low in fat but high in satisfaction. Try it as a tasty alternative to full-fat dairy whipped potatoes.
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Bring a little Italian to your dinner table. This chicken scaloppini recipe calls for olive oil, garlic, fresh lemon and a little whole wheat flour. Each delicious serving contains only 150 calories.
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.
Mushrooms and barley pair perfectly together. Why not try them in this delicious low fat soup?
This lighter chicken noodle casserole includes a creamy base but with fewer calories and fat. It offers niacin, a B vitamin that helps increase HDL levels in the blood, and folate, which assists in DNA and RNA production. It is also high in vitamin C.
These cookies are a better dessert choice for your heart, and you’ll love the taste. They’re flavored with chocolate, vanilla and dried cherries but only contain 4 grams of fat and 4 grams of sugar.
Rich in fiber and protein, these delicious snacks will leave you feeling full with just one bite. The dates and apple give you fiber, while the almonds offer protein. Perfect when you’re on the go or craving something sweet.