Try this alternative to the store-bought jellies or jams that are sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup. You’ll love the taste, and benefit from the fiber, vitamins, minerals and heart-healthy omega-3 fats.
If you think pasta is off the menu because of high carbohydrates, reconsider. You can use half (or all) whole grain pasta and add lean protein and veggies for a healthier, tasty alternative.
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.
The trick to this irresistible broccoli is in the roasting, and with the added Parmesan nutty-tasting quinoa, you’ll be hooked. Together you’ve got a veggie dish with filling fiber and health-promoting phytonutrients.
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This cookie satisfies your sweet tooth without any added sugar. It’s a simple, five-ingredient recipe that includes dark chocolate, dates and vanilla.
In America, we eat way more sugar than we should. The problem isn’t natural sugars. It’s the sugars we add to our food and beverages. Below, we show the calorie limits set by the American Heart Association for added sugars and help you calculate the calories you’re getting each time you sweeten your coffee, tea … Read More
Ingredients (makes 8 servings) 1/4 cup reduced-fat cream cheese 1 package (4 serving size) vanilla instant sugar-free pudding 3/4 cup fat free (skim) milk 1 can (15 ounce) solid packed pumpkin 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves 3 cups reduced-fat whipped topping, divided 4 ginger snap cookies, roughly crushed … Read More