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This delicious spinach pesto could also be used for a spread on turkey or chicken sandwiches or wraps. If you don’t like halibut you can substitute cod or tilapia.
Fresh produce is abundant this time of year. Hit up a local farmers market and mix up the types of fruits in this smoothie.
Cabbage is an Irish staple. Serve this salad with Bangers and Mash for a complete Irish treat on St. Patrick’s Day!
Fruit is full of antioxidants, vitamins and fiber. If you want to take this on a road trip - pack fruit in small, individual plastic containers and keep in a cooler.
Not a big veggie fan? Try roasting your vegetables. Roasting vegetables is one of the easiest and tastiest ways to prepare them.
This low-carb appetizer is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Stuffed mushroom recipes are typically loaded with calories, but the turkey sausage and reduced-fat cheese in this recipe help save calories while still providing bold flavor.
This recipe is quick, delicious and makes a convenient meal the whole family will enjoy. This is a must try!
Who says Mexican food can’t be healthy? This recipe proves it can be healthy and delicious! Impress your guests with this quick and easy dish.
If you’ve never tried raw kale (or any kale), this is a great first recipe because the dressing is so flavorful. Kale is packed full of vitamin A and C and is low-carb. Your local grocery store or warehouse store might have the pre-package kale slaw, but you can substitute cabbage if desired.
The traditional version of this taco dip is much higher in fat and uses sour cream and cream cheese. We use a healthier fat (avocado) and reduced-fat cheese to save you lots of calories without giving up any taste. This dip is great for tailgating and football season!
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