Only cooking for one or two people? All of these healthy recipes make two servings.
Try this simple smoothie for breakfast. You can take it with you on the go. Try experimenting with different types of fruit and 100% juices to mix it up!
Try this meatless meal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
Blueberries, spinach, and almond milk make this a Superfood Smoothie and a great way to start your day! Superfoods provide key nutrients that are lacking in the typical western diet.
Try this light yet tasty recipe for a homemade Valentine’s Day dinner. It requires just 6 ingredients and can be ready minutes.
Never cooked with beets before? This quick and easy recipe is a great place to start. The roasted beets, arugula, and feta make a delicious combination of flavors!
This soup makes a tasty side dish with a sandwich or salad. You can also serve it as an appetizer. Best of all - you can throw it together in under 10 minutes!
Try this recipe to spice up your morning routine. It’s a recipe for two, so share it with your special someone for a well-rounded, healthy breakfast.
Add a savory, sweet flavor to salmon with this honey-soy glaze. Add a side of grilled summer vegetables and you'll have yourself a tasty, balanced meal!
This side dish takes just 5 minutes to prepare and goes great with our Grilled Chicken Wraps. Corn on the cob is also great when cooked on the grill!
Grilled chicken thighs and onion fill these tasty dinner wraps. Cook the chicken and onions on an indoor or an outdoor grill.
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