Here's an easy gluten-free dinner you can make for a crowd. The pork stay moist and juicy in this easy slow-cooker recipe. Make the pork ahead and chop the yummy toppings just before serving.
You're little goblins will be thrilled to eat some healthy Halloween snacks when you put these Apple Monster Mouths on their plates. Made with apples, peanut butter, strawberries and bananas, these scary treats will get your trick-or-treaters off to a healthy start.
When the kids come home looking for a quick after school snack, these peanut butter apple treats will keep them going til dinner. Try different healthy toppings for crunchy, sweet texture and flavor.
This hearty vegetarian chili is made with hominy, a staple in Mexican cuisine. Hominy is dried corn that is used in Mexico to make tortillas. In the U.S., it is often used to make grits. You can find canned hominy in your local supermarket.
Rigatoni is a perfect match for this hearty turkey sausage and white bean pasta sauce. Any pasta with ridges to hold more sauce will work well. You will want every bit of this robust sauce.
No need to call for delivery when you can make these delicious flatbread pizzas at home. With just a few ingredients you can have a heathy, high protein, high fiber pizza in minutes.
Tandoori chicken is one of the most popular dishes in Indian cuisine. This traditional Indian favorite is seared on the grill to lock in the wonderful spice flavors, then baked just to cook it through.
For a different spin on salad, try this low sodium recipe. With very little cholesterol, it packs in flavor with lime juice, Monterey Jack cheese and cilantro.
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.
Looking for healthy finger food? This tasty sausage and peppers sliders are perfect for watching the game. Made with lean ground beef and turkey, these easy sliders are a healthier alternative to high-fat sausage and peppers sandwiches.