Who says that
the occasional pizza can’t be healthy fare on a busy night? This recipe is so
simple that you might even persuade your kids to pitch in! Add a green salad to
round out the meal, and let the family think they just ate fast food.
whole-wheat pita bread rounds
cup prepared pasta sauce (with veget...
summertime, and the living will soon be easier. Fish are jumping, and the
barbeque is turned up high. Try this quick and healthy recipe on the first
balmy evening this season:
ripe avocado, cut into ¼- to
omelet can be served as either a quick dinner or a weekend brunch. Replacing
some of the whole eggs with egg whites keeps the fat and calorie count low.
This frittata is a great way to get your kids to eat more fresh veggies—without
even realizing it!
Going to a
restaurant while trying to lose weight or adopt healthier eating habits can
present a real challenge. For many dieters, dining out is a time when
temptations can win out despite the best intentions. Fear not: there are ways
to stay strong in the face of all those temptations. Just follow ...
Sure, you can stand in line at Starbucks and order your java with a squirt of sugary, artificial flavoring. Or you can make your own healthy, licorice-flavored coffee drink in the comfort of your own home.
To make an Italian coffee drink with a sweet licorice flavor, simply grind fresh coffee beans with a pinch or two of anise seed to taste. And y...
want some “comfort food” after a hard day of working and exercising? Trouble
is, most traditional comfort foods tend to be full of unhealthy fats and
refined carbs. This delicious casserole is a departure from that: Not only is
it quick to prepare, but it is made with healthy soy product...
Turkey meatloaf may be healthier than traditional meatloaf made with beef or veal, but it also tends to be drier and less tasty. This turkey meatloaf recipe is guaranteed to be moist and delicious served hot or in cold sandwiches.
1 tablespoon (tbs) olive oil
1 large onion, chopped
2 garlic cloves, minced
3/4 teaspoon (tsp) salt (divided use)
1/2 tsp pepper (...
This hearty, single-pot chicken dish combines traditional spices, such as standard chili powder and cumin, with less traditional herbs, such as oregano and coriander. Cook a big kettle of this chili on a blustery Sunday afternoon and you’ll have leftovers for a quick and healthy dinner on a work night.
While delicious, French cassoulets are traditionally high in calories and animal fat, owing to the inclusion of sausages, duck and pork. This low-calorie version substitutes chicken breasts for those fatty meats. The recipe gets its great taste from using bone-in chicken breasts with the skin left on (but later removed), which yields a rich broth. It also emphasizes using dry beans, to avoid th...