Indulge a little with these sweet, crunchy dessert bites of nuts and honey. Baklava is well-known in Greece and throughout Middle Eastern cultures. Perfect for holiday entertaining. They freeze well, so thaw and reheat when unexpected guests arrive.
Remember twice-baked potatoes—yummy but, oh, so fattening? Here’s a richer and sweeter version that’s more healthy. Sweet potatoes are a rich source of antioxidants; pears are high in fiber. Next time you’re tempted to serve baked potatoes, think sweet.
Garlic is used in cuisines all over the world for its unique and pungent flavor and loved for its added health benefits. It aids in reducing total cholesterol, blood pressure and inflammation. The garlic in this dish compliments the fresh crisp green bean flavor.
If you like a summer cabbage slaw, you’ll love this hearty version, the perfect side dish for a winter meal. Brussels sprouts are at their sweetest during cold weather and are an excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K.
Ground turkey and savory herbs alongside cool cucumber, Greek yogurt, and bright dill top the scales on taste. Take this to work or on the trail: One serving clocks in at a whopping 16 grams of protein—a truly excellent source of energy for your body and brain.
A salmon for all seasons! This powerhouse fish, rich in omega-3 fatty acids, beautifully accompanies minty tabouli for a dinner that’s delicious rain or shine.
Here’s an elegantly easy way to use leftovers from your turkey dinner. Our savory pie is filling, with all the creaminess you expect. Plus, it’s packed with the earthy, sweet flavor of healthy root veggies.
A fast and foolproof way to make chicken dinner. The secret is to use a small bird.
Grilling a hearty lettuce, like romaine, turns any ordinary salad into a go-to meal.
“To your health,” that’s what this French-inspired salad is all about. We’ve improved it by using a lighter dressing, substituting sweet potatoes, and using fermented vegetables. Try salmon or sardines for extra Omega-3 fatty acids.
For a twist on the traditional Caprese salad, this recipe substitutes plums for tomatoes. Paired with the protein of the fresh mozzarella and the fat of the olive oil, this recipe assists in maintaining stable blood sugars and reducing the risk for Type 2 Diabetes.
Filled with antioxidants and high levels of dietary fiber, strawberries are powerful little fruits.
Our recipe is the perfect way to jazz up an old standard like shrimp fried rice.
We’ve created a salad inspired by your favorite sandwich that you can enjoy anytime. There’s plenty of protein in the turkey and turkey bacon, lots of fiber in the mixed greens and garbanzos, and “good” fats in the avocado. Enjoy guilt free!
Elevate simple whole-grain pasta to delight both the palate and the eyes.
Cocoa and cinnamon add a depth of flavor to our chili recipe that’s impossible to deny.