Spicy curry and cool herb puree dress up simply roasted salmon for an easy yet impressive main course.
Wrap up chicken- and veggie-filled spring rolls for a finger-friendly, oven-free dinner.
This Hawaiian-inspired broiled chicken is sure to become a new family favorite.
Serve buttery, marinated sea bass with crunchy broccoli for a healthy and flavorful dinner.
Give smoothies brilliantly bright color with blue algae powder thats healthy and great tasting.
Indulge in a chocolaty, creamy banana split-inspired smoothie without all the calories of the original dessert.
Give smoothies a healthy boost with spinach, kale and coconut.
Keep colds at bay with easy immunity improving smoothies filled with berries, bee pollen and spinach.
Toss leftover chicken and veggies with farro and kale for a quick, easy and healthy salad.
Make a comforting, creamy, cauliflower-topped, veggie-filled casserole to warm you up on winter nights.
Joy Bauer swaps ice cream for this surprising ingredient that makes milk shakes just as creamy but much lower in calories.
Get kids to eat their veggies by serving them with flavorful quinoa and juicy shrimp.
Make salad fun and flavorful with tart grapefruit, earthy artichokes and fresh fennel.
This vegan dip gets its incredible creaminess from sesame tahini so there's no dairy needed.
Dress up roasted chicken thighs with pomegranate molasses, fresh mint and crunchy walnuts.
Swapping almond flour for bread crumbs lowers the carb content of this tasty turkey meatloaf.
One-pan salmon with veggies makes dinner quick and cleaning up easy.
Make dinner healthy, light and flavorful with Valerie Bertinelli's citrusy baked branzino.
Zucchini noodles give garlicky shrimp scampi a light and fresh twist.
Valerie Bertinelli leaves out the noodles for a lighter, low-carb version of Italian wedding soup.
Make dinner in minutes with quick broiled shrimp and peppers with easy chimichurri sauce.
Make sugar-free cheesecake that doesn't sacrifice any of the classic creamy sweetness.
Use your muffin tin to make perfectly portioned egg cups for a healthy, on-the-go breakfast.
This simple taco base swap keeps all the zesty flavors of the traditional Mexican favorite, while removing a lot of the carbs and saving calories.
Enjoy a savory pizza without all the carbs by making the crust out of protein-rich ingredients.
Bake a batch of these veggie- and cheese-filled egg cups to keep busy mornings moving.
Fresh butternut squash takes the place of meat in this easy, healthy and delicious vegan chili.
Make salmon more exciting with spicy blackening seasonings and juicy pineapple salsa.
If you're craving pie with ice cream, this decadent wintry dish will totally hit the spot!
Roasted slices of sweet potatoes make for a great supporting act to fried eggs.
Entertaining friends? Make this vegan-friendly nutty cashew roast smothered with country gravy.
Use ghee, a clarified, lactose-free butter with fewer calories than coconut oil, to make this toasted grain-free granola.
This protein-packed egg dish is great for those following low-carb lifestyles or anyone who just enjoys a delicious frittata.
Keep kids content with this tasty take on pancakes that can be made in one big batch.
Top spicy roasted carrots with a creamy yogurt sauce and crunchy sunflower seeds.
Serve roasted beets with crunchy pistachios, ricotta salata, juicy blood orange segments and fresh arugula.
Coat salmon fillets with a grainy mustard vinaigrette and buttery leeks for a fresh and healthy dinner.
Set up a DIY yogurt parfait station for brunch so guests can customize their own cups.
Ina Garten adds orange juice and lemon zest to apple sauce for a citrusy zing.
Give chicken soup a light and bright makeover with zesty lemon juice and fresh dill.
Chickpeas are great for more than just making hummus. With a few spices and some time in the oven they become an incredible crunchy snack.
Joy Bauer gives pound cake a healthy and flavorful makeover with a few simple ingredient swaps.