Healthy zucchini replaces potatoes in these flavorful latkes with smoked salmon. Pair them with a tossed salad for a heart-healthy brunch or light lunch.
If you don’t want to battle with an entire turkey, making a turkey breast is an easy alternative. Plus, a turkey breast is all white meat, a healthier option than higher-fat dark meat. A 6-lb bone-in breast will serve 8 people.
These barley stuffed peppers make a great vegetarian entrée that packs a high-fiber punch. You’ll never miss the beef with the low-fat, high-protein bean and barley stuffing. The high fiber in barley may help stave off hunger and studies have also found that barley may reduce bad cholesterol and triglycerides.
Use pre-cut chicken and vegetables and this tasty chicken stir-fry is faster than take-out. The key to a crispy stir-fry is very hot oil—your veggies will cook quickly instead of soaking up fat.
This low-calorie turkey stuffing is a quick and easy recipe for Thanksgiving or any time you want to dress up a poultry dish. The woodsy flavor of sage gives the stuffing a delicious flavor.
If you’re looking for a quick lunch or light dinner, try this satisfying vegetarian sandwich. It has fewer than 250 calories and is packed with protein.
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.
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