Instead of grabbing a bag of chips, snack on these tasty baked zucchini sticks. Panko bread crumbs give them a nice crunch without frying.
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.
Finger food can be healthy. Try these low fat, low calorie onion rings that are baked instead of fried. A bit of cooking spray just before baking makes them so crispy you’ll never miss the deep fryer.
Roasted vegetables make this easy quesadilla a healthy alternative to the Mexican favorite. Made with reduced-fat cheese, try this healthy quesadilla for a calcium-rich appetizer or lunch.
Great to feed a crowd, this Southern favorite dip can be made in minutes. At under 50 calories a serving, creamy avocado and fiery jalapeno make this salsa a low calorie hit. Serve with healthy baked tortilla or pita chips.
Whether you’re hosting a brunch or just looking for a pretty appetizer, try these pink deviled eggs. Roast the beets and boil the eggs the night before for a quick prep the next day.
Whether you celebrate Chinese New Year or you just love Chinese food, try these dumplings. One of the "lucky" foods for the Chinese holiday, dumplings represent "wealth" and with this easy recipe, you are taking steps toward better health, too!
Get Buffalo wings flavor without Buffalo wings fat. Try these spicy chicken tenders marinated in buttermilk and hot sauce for a tasty, low-fat crowd pleaser.
These refreshing shrimp rolls are a healthy alternative to deep-fried egg rolls or high-carb sandwiches. Serve these low-carb shrimp rolls with low-sodium soy sauce and duck sauce, if desired.
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