Crispy lettuce and juicy tomatoes make a healthy base for this refreshing Cobb Salad. Lean chicken, turkey bacon and eggs give this satisfying salad a high-protein boost.
Just because turkey is healthy it doesn't have to be bland and boring. Try this Turkey London Broil spiced up with lively fresh ginger in a mellow marinade. Use this flavorful marinade for beef, chicken or pork, too.
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.
Pasta with creamy sauce doesn’t have to be unhealthy. High-fat heavy cream is replaced with butternut squash and almond milk for a smooth, creamy sauce that has only 3 grams of fat per serving. Brown rice pasta makes this hearty dinner gluten free.
Lean turkey burgers are healthier than beef hamburgers, but they can often be dry and bland. These Garlic Chili Turkey Burgers spiced up with garlic, ginger, hot sauce and scallions are loaded with flavor instead of high fat. A healthy chili garlic yogurt sauce keeps them moist, too.
This tasty Mediterranean stew features eggplant and chickpeas, two nutrition powerhouses that may help with weight loss and appetite control. Chickpeas are a great vegetarian source of protein, and low-fat, high-fiber eggplant is packed with antioxidants.
Mango Habanero Salsa is an easy way to pack a flavorful punch at your next party. Serve it right away for a stronger flavor, or make it ahead of time and refrigerate for a few hours or overnight to let the flavors mellow.
Keep things easy and delicious for Mother’s Day brunch with this one-pan meal. Colorful bell peppers and nutrient-rich kale will help keep Mom healthy with vitamin C, fiber and antioxidants. Eggs add protein to this satisfying vegetarian recipe.
Try a cool, tall glass of this pink lemonade and you’ll never want store-bought lemonade again. Fresh-squeezed lemons make this pink lemonade low in calories but high in flavor.
These tasty Mexican cups are a convenient appetizer. You can fill the cups ahead of time and have them ready to pop in the oven so they are ready when you are. These spicy chicken sausage bites have fewer calories and lower fat than pork sausage, but are still full of flavor.