Naval oranges, ripe strawberries, and sliced bananas are served with a yogurt-ginger sauce.
Cubed potatoes are sautéed with onions and lima beans and seasoned with parsley and paprika.
This cake gets its moistness from the apples and raisins, so it requires little oil.
Keep this on hand for a quick meal, or prepare in batches to give as gifts.
Mix pasta, spinach, beets, onion and walnuts in a salad bowl. Combine maple syrup, vinegar and olive oil in a small jar and shake well. Pour over salad. Serve immediately or cover and refrigerate until you're ready to eat.
Each serving contains about 333 calories, 20 g protein, 2 g fat (5 percent calories from fat), 0 mg cholesterol, 63 g carbohydrates, 15 g fiber, and 204 mg sodium.
A family-pleasing casserole with a taste of the Southwest.
Process the beans and spices in a blender, then refrigerate until ready to serve with baked corn chips or toasted whole-wheat pita triangles.
Bananas that are getting past ripe work perfectly in smoothies. Peel them, wrap them in plastic, and freeze them.
Healthy appetizers for you and your guests.
Each serving contains about 137 calories, 10 g protein, 3 g fat (20 percent calories from fat), 11 mg cholesterol, 19 g carbohydrates, 2.5 g fiber, and 400 mg sodium.
Farmers across the country raise this sweet, slightly nutty-tasting fish.
Fabulous creamed mushrooms that can be served over toast, pasta, chicken, or beef.
A perfect dressing for a perfect party vegetable.
Fresh, delicious, and ready to serve in short order - a super salad that's perfect for parties - or dinner at home.
This is a picture-pretty first course for a summer meal. Make in advance and serve chilled.
These muffins are perfect for breakfast or a snack. They get their crunch from chopped walnuts.
Each serving contains about 202 calories, 10 g protein, 4 g fat (18 percent calories from fat), 4 mg cholesterol, 33 g carbohydrates, 4 g fiber, and 551 mg sodium.
A French-inspired creation that's both easy and elegant.
A flavorful soup that's a snap to prepare.
The perfect solution for that leftover chicken!
You don't have to tell anyone these are homemade, healthy granola bars. Just let your guests enjoy the chewiness of the oats and dense chocolate flavor from the highest-quality dark chocolate you can find.
In a large pot, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add onion, carrots, celery, garlic, and pot herbs.
Toss wheat cereal and cashews with raisins, dried blueberries, dried cranberries, or chopped dried apricots.
Divide the stuffing into two equal parts. Half will be enough to stuff a 6-pound turkey breast. Freeze the remaining stuffing for another use, or bake in muffin cups for about an hour.