The earthy, slightly salty flavor of these nuts is an easy way to enjoy a crunchy, healthy snack. Perfect for backpacks and lunch boxes.
An alternative to pound cake that uses cornmeal for a denser taste and olive oil instead of butter. Serve it with seasonal fruits or lemon curd.
If you haven’t had your fill of pumpkin yet this season, this is a great dessert that is full of flavor and fiber. If you don’t have 8 ramekins, mini loaf ceramics work as well.
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This soup is packed with omega-3 rich salmon, fiber-filled split peas and a lot of flavor. It’s easy to leave traditional ham split pea soup behind when a heart-healthy variation tastes this good!
In almost no time at all, you can make a hot, satisfying soup with the fresh, bright flavor of green peas. High in fiber and protein, fresh or frozen peas belong in the spotlight! Make a batch on the weekend and have easy weeknight meals on hand.
Watermelon never tasted this good!
Leftover beans and vegetables become easy and affordable dips and spreads.
Get cozy with this savory popcorn and make movie night even better!
This treat makes any dessert more special. A little goes a long way.
This layered fruit tart is like a bread pudding, making it perfect for dessert or for brunch. It’s full of fruit, so serve it up without the guilt. Apples have pectin, a soluble fiber that helps to prevent cholesterol buildup.
This recipe is hearty enough for a vegetarian entrée or a side dish to a seafood or chicken dinner.
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.