The DASH diet plan to lower blood pressure recommends fruits, vegetables, low-fat milk products, whole-grains and nuts. This quick breakfast fits the DASH diet perfectly as it is packed with fruit, low-fat dairy and fiber. You can substitute a granola or nuts for the Kind product if needed here.
The ribs and seeds of jalapenos is where the heat is. By leaving intact or removing the ribs and seeds, you can control the heat of this dish.
Serve this frozen yogurt with fresh raspberries for a festive dessert.
If you like to wake up with a hearty egg breakfast, you'll love this quick and easy recipe.
To make this recipe a little quicker, use a jalapeno salsa or hot sauce instead of roasting the peppers. Use about 1/4 cup or adjust to the spiciness that you prefer.
Artichokes are a staple spring veggie. Venture out this season and try these stuffed 'chokes for a healthy side. If you can only find baby (or small) artichokes, use 4 instead of 2 and follow the same procedure.
This recipe calls for spring asparagus, sun-dried tomatoes and fresh basil. When you only need a small amount of fresh herbs like basil, try buying fresh herbs in the tube at grocery store. They last for 3 months in the refrigerator and are sure to come in handy.
These artichoke cakes are a unique and tasty appetizer or snack. Best of all – you build in the portion size by making them in muffin tins.
Bananas, avocado and coconut milk are the secret ingredients in this recipe. To make it a mousse, just refrigerate instead of freezing and serve with a dollop of light cool whip and fresh berries on top.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these delicious and easy treats. Unsweetened almond milk was used in this recipe to keep the calories and carbs low. One cup has just 30 calories and 1 gram of carbohydrate.
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