Seedless Raspberry Sauce
This takes some patience, but you will be rewarded with a rich, seedless sauce, perfect for topping anything from fruit, to meat, to chocolate cake!
Simple Salmon with Dill Sauce
Serve hot or cold with dill sauce: low-fat sour cream, cucumber, and fresh dill.
Skillet Zucchini with Chopped Tomatoes
Fast and easy side dish that's ready in minutes.
Southeastern Fresh Ginger Asian Chicken Noodle Soup
A warm and satisfying soup, with fresh Asian flavors.
Southeastern Seasoned Catfish
Rub the fillets with spices, then broil for about eight minutes, turning once.
Spicy Asian Veggie Pasta
Serve this dish hot, at room temperature, or chilled as a side dish—to grilled salmon, for instance.
Reduce the sodium by rinsing the beans and using low-salt canned tomatoes.
A healthy topper for toast, waffle or pancakes.
Stuffed Cabbage Soup
Warm and simple comfort food for anytime.
This meal is generally lightly seasoned, which allows each diner to add condiments to individual taste.
Summer Squash Saute
This recipe takes about 10 minutes to cook, once you’ve cut all your vegetables. It’s a good dish to top pasta or serve with grilled chicken, lean beef, or salmon.
Summer Vegetable Curry
Serve with hot rice and garnish with fresh chopped cilantro.
This dish takes only minutes to prepare. Shrimp are a nice addition.
Sour cream or butter taste delicious on baked potatoes, but they come with a price: Both contain saturated fat and cholesterol. Here's a healthy, and tasty, alternative topping for your next baked potato.
Low-calorie, kid-friendly recipe that provides 1 cup of healthy vegetables per serving!
Updated Macaroni and Cheese
A healthier version of an all-time family favorite.
Vegetable Dip Mix
These ingredients are in the right proportions for one batch of dip mix. For a gift jar, keep adding a round of all five ingredients until you have enough to fill the jar.
Textured vegetable protein makes this dish a hearty vegetarian meal.
Whole-Grain Party Mix
You can make a healthier party mix by using whole-grain cereals, olive oil instead of butter or margarine, and soy nuts or wasabi peas rather than the usual mixed nuts.