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.
Orange marmalade and sherry vinegar make a sweet and savory glaze for this juicy Orange Roasted Chicken. Hints of rosemary and ginger bring tasty sparks of flavor to this special chicken dinner.
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.
Peanut butter and bananas are always great together, and they just got tastier in this high-calcium smoothie. A delicious way to start the morning, this peanut butter smoothie is a healthy snack too.
This refreshing summer salad pairs sweet and salty flavors with fresh tomatoes and mango plus a hint of blue cheese. A simple, low calorie basil salad dressing can be made in minutes.
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