Here's a healthy, nutritious salad that will keep you satisfied for hours. Protein-packed cannellini beans and high-fiber kale make a delicious salad combination that is filling enough for lunch or dinner.
These easy teriyaki chicken skewers have great teriyaki flavor without the high sodium or additives. A tasty peanut sauce gives them a mild but delicious flavor that even the most finicky eaters will love.
Chow-chow is a very popular Amish side dish traditionally made of chopped pickles and mustard sauce. We’ve livened it up with some fresh vegetables and tomatillos. Use chow-chow as a flavorful topping for fish, meat or poultry.
Potato salad doesn’t have to be smothered in fattening mayonnaise to taste good. Apple cider vinegar and sweet onion give this potato salad flavor without adding fat or extra calories. Serve it warm.
Here’s a healthy sandwich recipe that’s perfect for your next picnic. This veggie wrap with creamy avocado is a delicious vegetarian sandwich you can pack up and take on the go.
Lighten up a classic Waldorf salad by substituting fat free yogurt for high fat mayonnaise. This salad is super light and easy to make. With about 100 calories a serving, you can have seconds.
Loaded with antioxidants, fiber and vitamin C, berries are a nutrition powerhouse. They may help fight inflammation and strengthen your immune system. This colorful mixed berry salad is drizzled with a chocolate balsamic dressing for a sweet and tart touch of flavor.
Pack spicy flavor into your salmon with wasabi peas—you can find them in the supermarket’s ethnic food aisle. Loaded with healthy fats, this 30-minute meal is a quick recipe for a weeknight dinner.
This yummy tostada recipe makes a satisfying healthy meal. Black beans, zucchini, corn and cherry tomatoes load up this meatless recipe with protein and color.
Baked ziti doesn’t have to be doused in heavy cheese. This healthy baked ziti is packed with vegetables for a lower-fat and lower-sodium family dinner favorite.