Looking for a new cookbook filled with healthy recipes? These recipes are samples from various American Diabetes Association cookbooks.
Who said desserts can't be grilled? Try dressing up this simple dish by garnishing it with some fresh mint leaves.
White bean soup is a Tuscan classic. White beans are a great source of fiber. Use jarred white beans if available—they are superior to canned.
Latin American influence permeates this colorful recipe full of bold taste and textures. You can add any leftover cooked meats or seafood to this recipe.
Try these tasty grilled apples on a stick—a delicious and healthy option for dessert. You can also cut the apples in quarters and place a few different varieties on each stick.
Looking for a light summer burger? These black bean patties are delicious on a whole-grain bun, over a salad or simply on a plate with sliced onions.
These delicious mushrooms make a flavorful sandwich topped with a slice of fresh mozzarella or provolone and served on whole grain bread. Serve a mixed green salad on the side.
Pair these delicious turkey burgers with a side of nonstarchy vegetables like steamed broccoli.
Japanese eggplants have a creamy mild flavor and texture. You can find these long, slender purple in many Asian grocery stores and produce markets.
Serve asparagus with a whole grain and lean protein to make a complete meal. Can't find truffle salt, use sea salt.
Spice rubs are simple to make and keep refrigerated for weeks. Try this rub on seafood, meat, poultry or vegetables.
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