The richness of cocoa and molasses gives this hearty Texas Chili a deep flavor that gets better with time. You can make this chili in under an hour and eat it right away, but if you have leftovers, it will taste even better the next day.
Show your Valentine how much you care with a healthy Valentine’s Day breakfast that is packed with nutrition and a lot of love. These indulgent Valentine Beet Waffles are protein and fiber powerhouses.
East meets West in these tasty Korean beef tacos. Juicy and tender marinated flank steak is topped with a lively ginger carrot slaw. Carrots are a great source of vitamin A, an essential nutrient in preserving healthy vision and maintaining a strong immune system.
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.
Try this easy appetizer that packs a punch. These stuffed jalapeños are the perfect party food. Stuff them early, then pop them in the oven just before guests arrive.
Store-bought pizza crusts are great to have on hand for an easy, quick lunch or dinner. The best part of making pizza at home is that you can dress it up with your favorite toppings. This healthy veggie pizza is topped with hummus, squash and zucchini, but you can use whatever veggies are in the…
With protein in every bite, these mini Peanut Butter Oat Squares are the perfect pick-me-up for a midday snack. Four simple ingredients are all it takes to pull together these easy treats. They can be stored for up to 2 weeks so they are ready whenever you want to brighten your day with a healthy…
Instead of dipping into the chips, try these yummy Sweet Potato Cheddar Bites. Each bite is packed with flavor and nutrition. Creamy avocado, crunchy bacon and spicy jalapeño make a low-calorie, high-nutrition finger food everyone will love.
If you’re trying to cut carbs, but miss your pasta dinners, try this easy Spaghetti with Roasted Vegetables. Piling on the veggies is a great way to have your spaghetti dinner and be healthy, too. This low-calorie pasta dish is low sodium and a great source of fiber.
Giving up alcohol to start the new year? You won’t miss a thing with these recipes.