This healthy cole slaw is a great side dish for any summer cookout. Lime juice, sunflower seeds and raisins bring a fresh taste to an old favorite.
Spark some fun into fruit snacks with these easy red, white and blue Rocket Kebabs. We used patriotic strawberries, blueberries and bananas, but any fruit will do with this tasty, fat-free yogurt dip.
Typically loaded with heavy cream and butter, shrimp and grits is a Southern favorite. This quick version swaps in cauliflower rice mixed with creamy coconut milk and cheddar cheese for a smooth “grits” base topped with garlic shrimp.
Here's a fat-free, low-calorie dessert that's as easy as it is healthy. Bursting with color, this fruit salad is packed with antioxidants and fiber. Fresh mint and lime zest give this salad a lively flavor boost.
No need to smother butter and salt on this corn on the cob. Healthy olive oil and fragrant herbs and spices will make this easy corn on the cob a favorite summer side dish.
Healthy snacks such as these are an important part of a well-rounded eating plan.
This succotash is filled with some Southern food favorites like black-eyed peas and okra. It will spark up meat, chicken or fish dinners anytime of year. A 1/2-cup serving is packed with fiber and protein.
Looking for a vegan option for your Thanksgiving spread? This Stuffed Acorn Squash is a delicious alternative for the non-meat eaters on your guest list. Stuffed with quinoa, apples, walnuts and cranberries, this roasted acorn squash delivers all the flavors of fall in a impressive, nutritious entrée.
These aren’t your grandmother’s Brussels sprouts. Spruced up with garlic, paprika and a touch of chorizo, this Brussels sprouts side dish will keep your guests coming back for more.
This rotini pasta salad is perfect to tote on a picnic. Healthy, easy and fast, it's also a great dish for summer cookouts when you want to prepare your sides ahead of time.