Looking for a new cookbook filled with healthy recipes? These recipes are samples from various American Diabetes Association cookbooks.
This refreshing broccoli salad pairs well with any barbecued chicken, grilled fish or pork chops.
Bring this appetizer to share at your next summer barbeque. Serve the fritters with some dipping options like salsa and non-fat plain Greek yogurt (a healthier substitute for sour cream).
Sweet potatoes are packed with important nutrients. Try this flavorful recipe, which puts a twist on traditional potato salad. To cut down even more on calories, try using less mayo when making this recipe.
Serve this healthy grilled chicken recipe at your next barbeque or picnic. It makes a great substitute for fried chicken or bratwursts. Your guests will appreciate a healthier option and will enjoy this slightly sweet and citrusy dish.
Instead of hummus or bottled salad dressing, make this tasty spread ahead of time. Use it for dipping veggies or try it with some toasted whole wheat pita wedges.
Get ready for summer with this crisp and colorful salad. Serve it alongside roasted turkey or grilled fish for a well-balanced and satisfying meal.
This tasty vegetarian entrée gets its unique flavor from the combination of garlic, onions and spices. These help you maximize flavor without adding as much salt.
Lamb is great for the Easter season and a treat for any other time of the year. Lamb chops are a lean cut that are easily cooked on the grill. They are a good option to try when you get tired of the usual chicken and beef.
This soup is great for lunch with a salad and a slice of whole wheat baguette for dipping. To keep the sodium in the recipe low, choose low- or reduced-sodium chicken stock or make your own at home.
If you like to wake up with a hearty egg breakfast, you'll love this quick and easy recipe.
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