We're all concerned about eating more healthy foods and improving our diets. No matter what your concern—weight loss to overall health—our healthy recipes offer you more of the flavors you love with less of what you don't want, with recipes that range from gluten-free to low-carb.
Chocolate Fudge Pudding
Sweetened with agave nectar or honey, this fudgy pudding is good and good for you.
Yogurt and Mint-Dressed Cucumber Salad
A perfect side for salmon or lamb, this cucumber salad is brightened with mint.
Tabbouleh with Green Beans and Feta
Perfect as a vegetarian main course, this green bean salad also fills the bill as a great potluck dish.
Green Beans with Parmigiano Reggiano
A last-minute sprinkle of Parmigiano Reggiano, the glorious cheese from northern Italy, adds terrific flavor to a sauté of beans.
Pork Tenderloin Satay with Brandy Pear Relish
Canned pears and apricot preserves make a sweet sauce for thin medallions of pork in this low-calorie appetizer.
Somali Bantu Rice
Flavored with cilantro and cardamom, this rice is a great side for chicken or beef.
Wheat Berry Vegetable Salad with Toasted Sesame Dressing
Wheat berries and vegetables are an unbeatable combination in this springtime salad.
Fresh Peas with Lettuce and Gnocchi
The cooked lettuce adds a touch of sweetness to the starchy peas, and a little reduced heavy cream makes an appealing sauce.
Walnut Breakfast Cereal
Fuel yourself with the delicious goodness of oats, walnuts, apricots and dates.
Walnut Lentil Burgers
Try serving Walnut-Lentil Burgers with thick slices of sweet red bell pepper, or if you are making this in tomato season, with thick slices of very ripe tomato.
Toasted Walnut Creamed Corn
This sweet and filling dish is finished in the oven so that you don’t have to spend too much time stirring over a hot stove.
As one of the great compliments to any fall or winter meal, this lower saturated fat and calorie version of stuffing provides a delicious option for cooks. “Use a really tasty whole wheat bread,” suggests creator Mollie Katzen, “The better the bread, the better the result!”