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.
Savory Spring Strata
Try this savory, aromatic dish starring asparagus, mushrooms and walnuts for brunch or dinner.
Rustic Potato Gratin
These individual gratins are easy to make and serve. Light but full of flavor, they pair well with beef or chicken.
Nutty Breakfast Parfait
Yogurt, walnuts and fresh fruit, all layered in a glass for a perfect breakfast.
Buttermilk Mashed Jacket Potatoes
You won’t miss the butter or sour cream with these flavorful mashed potatoes served in their own jackets.
Mac and Cheese Makeover
For maximum flavor using minimal saturated fat, be sure to use very sharp cheddar cheese in this recipe.
Squash with Walnuts and Thyme
Enjoy this seasonal favorite without any of the excess fat and calories
Smart Endive and Walnut Appetizers
These leafy green specialties serve as a sophisticated appetizer.
Honey-Chili Spiced Walnuts
So simple and so tasty, these nibbles can be made in minutes but last weeks if you can resist snacking.
Creamy Blue Cheese Spread
Simple and tasty, this dip is perfect for using up odd pieces of cheese left in the refrigerator.
Guiltless Apricot Cranberry Sauce
A light and elegant addition to any meal, with 64 percent less sugar than traditional cranberry sauce.
Walnut Raspberry Chocolate Tartlets
So simple, yet pretty and delicious, these “tartlets” take minutes to make.
Walnut, Edamame and Grapefruit Bruscheta
Good and good for you … this nutty, light and fruity spread is great for a snack or with a salad.
Very Vegetable Soup
Color and lightness are the themes in this Italian vegetable soup, a variation on the classic minestrone.
Top Only Real Blueberry Pie
This classic blueberry pie has two slight and magical differences: a hint of lemon in the filling and ground walnuts in the top-only crust.
Stuffed Peppers with Bulgur-Walnut Pilaf
Use warm-colored (red, yellow, and/or orange) bell peppers for this, if you can. They are much sweeter than green ones.