Recipes

Guilt Free Recipes
  • Filling and delicious oatmeal is rich in anti-inflammatory substances. Try the classic oatmeal with raisins or mix it up with one of these other fruit concoctions.

  • This good and good-for-you dip is a delicious accompaniment to veggie sticks, crackers and rolled-up slices of lean meats like turkey and ham.

  • Popeye would be proud. This easy, elegant dish delivers almost twice your daily recommended amount of vitamin K, thanks to the spinach tucked in with the rice and chicken
  • Reduce belly fat with monounsaturated fatty acid (MUFA)-rich recipes, like our cherry almond ginger smoothie.

  • Healthy snacks are easy to make, like our garbanzo nuts. Tossed with chipotle spices and slowly roasted, these nuts add a crunchy kick to snack time.
  • Say adios to boring old salads. With fresh tomatoes, spicy corn and buttery avocado, our sassy fiesta salad is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
  • As the old adage goes, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So start your morning off right with these delectable, low-calorie peanut butter bars.

  • Want to avoid dealing with traditional nutrition labels altogether? Eat foods loaded with fresh fruits and vegetables, like this delightful springtime salad.

  • Besides being delicious, this recipe offers a boost of heart and brain health—and then some!

  • Swap boring old sandwiches with a crunchy turkey and tomato wrap. It’s quick and easy to make, and the kids are sure to love it.

  • Unlike jarred pasta sauces, this homemade sauce has no added sugar. Its sweetness comes naturally, from fresh tomatoes.
  • Salmon, full of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, is wonderful in itself. But serving it over grilled bell peppers amps up the vitamins and minerals, including more than 200 percent of your recommended daily amount of vitamin C.
  • Give broccoli and carrots a starring role at dinner. You’ll benefit from the healthful vitamins and antioxidants found in dark green and orange vegetables while you fill up on fewer calories.
  • Warm and hearty soup is the perfect way to cozy up this winter. And our version is only 280 calories, even more reason to enjoy.
  • Looking for something to make for dinner tonight?

    Try our slow-cooker turkey chili recipe. It’s healthy and easy!

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