This meatless soup is an easy weeknight meal addition or can be a side dish for lunch with a sandwich or salad.
This healthy version of a Tex-Mex favorite dish is worthy of your weeknight dinner rotation—season with bell pepper, onion, pepper and cumin for a signature mouthwatering Southwestern flavor.
Reward yourself with this heart-healthy version of an American favorite that has the familiar taste and texture of caramelized pineapple rings, without the guilt of excess sugar and unhealthy fats.
Weekday morning rush calls for ready-to-go breakfast options that stay with you. This affordable make-ahead breakfast staple gives a modern twist to plain old oatmeal with its no-cook method.
Enjoy this all-time favorite sandwich with a healthy twist on the classic tuna melt and potato chips.
Stir the fat-free cheese, low-fat cream cheese and peanut butter in a small bowl until smooth. Add the liquid stevia sweetener. Stir together until well blended.
It is necessary to melt the chocolate in the microwave in intervals to keep it at its best. Only chop the fruits right before you're ready to eat them to prevent browning.
Microwave on 100 percent power (high) for 45 seconds or until a wooden toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. Let it cool for five minutes.
In a food processor or blender, process all the ingredients except the almonds until smooth. Transfer the pudding to serving dishes. Cover and refrigerate for at least one hour to allow the chia seeds to thicken.
Chipotle peppers are dried smoked jalapeños, so expect a little heat. You probably won’t use an entire can for any single recipe, but the leftovers freeze nicely.
Smoothies make for a perfect on-the-go breakfast like this healthy triple berry blast treat. Add a scoop of your protein powder of choice for an extra dose of nutrients.
Have you heard? Toast is trending! Shake up your breakfast routine with this easy recipe or devour it as an afternoon snack. To use up any leftover ricotta cheese, spread it on tomato slices, sprinkle breadcrumbs on top, and broil for a few minutes.
Simple Cooking with Heart brings you this fun dish that uses the lettuce leaf as the wrapper – a trick we see on restaurant menus, cooking shows and in food magazines.
Making your own tomato sauce is easier than you think. Once the pasta and sauce are tossed, personalize your meal with your favorite veggies!
This sweet popcorn has just a hint of salt to make this snack a perfectly balanced crunchy afternoon delight.
Wraps are customizable and you can choose from a wide variety of fillings, including beans. Use any bean you want for this wrap, such as chickpeas, black beans, kidney beans, etc.
To avoid an early morning rush, make a big batch of these muffins on the weekend and put them in the refrigerator. Then, reheat them for a quick, to-go breakfast all week long.
Packed with protein, whole grain and vegetables, this healthy bowl is a complete meal that features quinoa, a super grain that contains more protein than any other grain.
Blackberries are a great addition to a rainbow diet with their high levels of vitamin C, fiber, antioxidants, vitamin K and vitamin A. Blackberries contain polyphenols, which can help boost brain health.
Smoothies make for a perfect snack. Easy and portable, you can whip up a smoothie with very little preparation.