Being health-conscious we constantly think about what we put in our body. We decide between organic vs. non-organic produce, grass-fed vs. non-grass-fed beef, and processed vs. raw and natural foods. Condiments are one of the largest sources of unhealthy preservatives and additives, but we often overlook them and have an extra squirt of BBQ sauce or an extra tablespoon of dressing without thinking.Continue reading...
Company's coming! Serve a delicious meal with glazed baked ham, homemade brown and serve butterflake rolls, a mountain of mashed cauliflower, and a heaping helping of asparagus salad. For a perfect finish, make easy as pie Apple Crisp. It's all calorie counted just for youContinue reading...
Chipotle peppers add kick to this tofu and broccoli stir-fry recipe. If you’re shy about spice, cut back on the amount or leave them out completely. Serve over brown basmati rice.Continue reading...
Loads of flavor without tons of calories and fat. This pork dish is so good, I want some right now!Continue reading...
Charoset, a sweet blend of fruit and nuts representing the mortar used to build the pyramids, is one of my favorite foods at Passover since it’s both nutritious and delicious. You can spread it on your matzo or even if you do not observe Passover, you can enjoy this recipe...Continue reading...
If you do a search for jambalaya recipes, you’re going to find more to choose from than you know what to do with. There are lots of great Cajun cooks out there—and lots of jambalaya recipes full of personal expression and ingredient lists as long as your arm. (What Makes Cajun Food So Great? Top Chefs Share Their Secrets.)Continue reading...
Leave it to the health food pros to prove that no time to cook is a lame excuse for eating junk. Here we have 10 Nutrition Experts' favorite 5-minute meals.Continue reading...
The smoky savory flavor in this Vegetarian Wilted Spinach Salad comes from the mixture of beautifully caramelized chopped red onion and smoky paprika. You won't miss the bacon. With these great nutrition numbers, this dish will make you smile as you log calories for the day.Continue reading...
This deconstructed version of a chile relleno turned sandwich packs some heat and an ooey-gooey filling. We like the flavor of sourdough, but any kind of bread will work well. Serve with: Coleslaw and sliced pineapple.Continue reading...
This slow-cooker veggie side dish will have the whole family begging for more. And with stats so good, you'll have no problem dishing it out!
With just 5 minutes of prep time and 4 ingredients, you can produce baked Maple-Mustard Salmon for dinner that’s ready to eat in 15 minutes. This super-easy, healthy dinner recipe features the earthiness of mustard, the smoky sweetness of pure maple syrup and smoky spiciness of a little smoked paprika, plus heart-healthy salmon, all baked fuss-free in the oven.Continue reading...
When Irish eyes are smiling around the table, they may be enjoying the beauty of a delicious leg of lamb, Guinness beef stew, a root veggie mash, sauteed cabbage, soda bread, and a nice slice of apple tart. Even if you are not Irish, you will smile when you make these recipes.Continue reading...
Chicken thighs can take plenty of cooking without getting tough or drying out, which makes them perfect for the slow cooker. Here we braise them in Guinness stout along with hearty vegetables, with just the right amount of bacon for added savoriness.Continue reading...
Who's Floosh? My mom, that's who! My version of her stuffed cabbage recipe has FAR less sugar and calories, yet it's just as delicious!Continue reading...
When you commit to adding more fruits and veggies to your day, it is critical that you look forward to eating them. Some of us don't mind eating the same thing prepared in the same way every day. Others, need a change, especially when it comes to the salad. Try one of these refreshing salads.Continue reading...
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