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There’s no need to soak dry lentils before cooking. That makes this quick recipe ready in just 20 minutes.
Spice up your next weekend breakfast or brunch with this Huevos Rancheros recipe. It’s a great way to use leftover rice and beans.
Here’s how to make a restaurant-style burrito fresh at home. You could also substitute lean beef or pork for chicken in this recipe.
The balanced use of “sweet” and “heat” is notable in Thai cuisine. The “heat” in this dish comes from the Thai chile peppers and the “sweet” from mango.
This hearty soup is a play on red beans and rice made with the whole grain quinoa.
Making your own pico de gallo in this recipe helps skip the sodium found in jarred store-bought salsas. The fresh flavor is a bonus!
Chinese five-spice powder is a mixture of five spices: star anise, cloves, cinnamon, Sichuan pepper and fennel. It gives a sweet, salty, sour, bitter and pungent taste to dishes. Don’t have it? Try a simplified Asian three-spice powder: mix equal parts ground cloves, ginger and cinnamon.
This recipe makes a vivid green, fragrant beverage. By whirling the whole vegetables and fruits into a smoothie rather than juice, you’re still getting the full nutritional benefit of each, including all of the fiber.
So easy—just three steps from start to finish. Roasting wakes up the sweetest flavors in these veggies.
Trade the carbs of the pasta for vegetables with this easy and quick fall recipe. Spaghetti squash is easy and versatile.
Savory sweet potato dumplings are surrounded by a meaty tomato sauce in this restaurant-worthy main dish.
Wow your dinner companions and pair this charming main dish with a nonstarchy vegetable or salad for a complete meal. To make this vegetarian, simply omit the sausage and use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth
Known in Greece as Fassoulada, this hearty, thick soup is a popular dish in that country. Navy beans, onion, tomatoes, and garlic are the essential basics of this soup.
Shepherd’s Pie is a traditional pub dish. It’s made with lamb cubes, some vegetables, and a tomato-based sauce and topped with mashed potatoes and cheese.
A frittata—a thick omelet—makes a quick supper. It is perfect for a busy weekday meal. All you need are a few vegetables, some sausage or leftover cooked meat, and eggs and you can have your meal ready in 15 to 20 minutes.
Unexpected taco fillings are all the rage on the food truck scene. Make these rich and savory versions at home!
An easy refrigerator pickling method transforms Brussels sprouts into crunchy, tangy morsels, flavored with dill and garlic. You can also make this quick pickle method with your other favorite vegetables.
This rich side dish is oh-so-creamy and satisfyingly cheesy but 1 serving is still less than 100 calories.
This no-cook dessert is a great substitute for pumpkin pie—and it’s only 100 calories! For a quick, healthy, delicious, pumpkin dessert, look no further—this pudding parfait is amazing and ready in minutes.
Savor rich fall flavors with this delicious and fast squash soup.
This recipe is simple and will be sure to satisfy your sweet tooth!
Slow cookers allow for a no-fuss meal that everyone will enjoy. Serve steamed nonstarchy vegetables or a salad with this stew for a complete meal.
The apples and cinnamon in this savory one-pot main dish will fill your home with a delicious Autumn aroma.
These bites are a great snack or appetizer, and an excellent way to add more vegetables to your healthy eating plan.
A new spin on a timeless classic. Keep the peels on the bananas for a built-in baking dish as you grill them—the heat will caramelize the sugar blend in this sensational dessert.
These spicy, creamy, bacon-wrapped treats are a sure crowd pleaser.
Fresh berries (a true power food!) and a dollop of creamy topping let you enjoy summer by the spoonful. This yummy dessert takes only five minutes to prepare.
This crunch side dish is a twist on traditional tangy-sweet broccoli salad, but with no added sugar.
Cooking at home does not get any easier than this 3-step recipe for tender, BBQ pulled pork. Set the slow cooker and forget it for 8 hours while enjoying the tantalizing aroma.
Need a quick weeknight dinner and don't feel like heating up the house? This 4-ingredient budget-friendly dish, cooked on the grill, is full of flavor and low in carbs. If desired, serve it with a side of wild rice or quinoa.
This tuna salad is super flavorful, thanks to briny olives and sweet red bell peppers. And there's no bread required!
Shhh, don't tell—these yummy nachos are secretly health. They even offer a full serving of vegetables!
Grilled pork tenderloin is quick, easy, healthy and delicious!
This hearty main-dish chowder is full of chunky goodness, including sweet corn and juicy chicken. Jalapeño peppers give it a touch of spicy heat.
Start the chicken in a slow cooker and assemble these fun mini sandwiches when your guests arrive.
Grilling in foil packets allows for all the flavors to meld and clean up is a snap!
Chicken empanadas are fun to make and a great no-fork-needed appetizer. Baking these tasty treats gives a crispy crust with less fat and the Manzanilla olives add a delicious nutty flavor.
The strawberries and poppy seed dressing give this 5-ingredient salad a refreshing sweet taste that's still low in carbohydrate.
This egg-based entrée is great any time of the day and the leftovers can be an easy grab-and-go lunch for the next day.
Serve this with with steamed broccoli and cauliflower for a real summer treat!
This simple but elegant lunch is a nice break from a boring sandwich. Feel free to add red peppers if you want some added color and crunch.
Try these tasty and easy smoothie pops that go perfect on a hot summer day – both kids and adults will love this treat.
This is great with a green salad with cilantro lime vinaigrette.
This delicious dish is perfect for a busy weeknight dinner. Just remember to marinade the chicken the night before if you want extra flavor.
Vinegar based potato salads cut down on the fat and calories in traditional potato salad and the using the cauliflower in place of some of the potatoes cuts down on the carbs and increases the fiber.
A great addition to this month's Grilled Steak Salad instead of commercial bleu cheese dressing.
If you'd like, you can add a slice of reduced-fat Swiss cheese to these burgers. Cheese will add extra calories and fat, but not too many carbs.
Souvlaki can be made with any meat of your choice. Try it with chicken, shrimp or lamb.
Teriyaki sauce is typically very high in sugar. This homemade version is much lower carb than store bought. If you can find low carb teriyaki sauce in the store, you can substitute that rather than make your own.
This recipe works great with other flavors and fruit such as strawberries and blueberries. Try mixing flavors to like orange gelatin with strawberries.