Instead of tossing out vegetable scraps, use them to make a delicious and healthy breakfast frittata.
Make Italian-style crispy fish with a lemony potato and tomato salad for a light summer dinner.
Turn tasty seasonal tomatoes into easy vegan sandwiches with just three ingredients.
Pecans are a great source of protein while being a great natural meat substitute! They make delicious tacos among other things!
Joy Bauer celebrates summer with a flavorful peel-and-eat shrimp boil.
Giada makes a flavorful salad perfect for celebrating the Fourth of July with festive red, white and blue ingredients.
Smothered chicken is a time-honored tradition in the South. This healthier, updated version is fall-off-the-bone delicious.
Make Caesar salad more exciting by swapping traditional romaine lettuce for crunchy kale.
Top grilled corn with a vibrant, veggie-infused chimichurri sauce at your next cookout.
Make this 20-minute salmon dish, poached in beer, on the grill or in the oven.
Make crunchy, toasty, flavor-filled homemade granola on just one sheet pan.
Joy Bauer adds big flavor to pasta salad with this creative BLT-inspired side.
Joy Bauer swaps healthy zucchini for potatoes to make better-for-you snacking chips.
This refreshing salad tastes like summer on a plate.
Serve marinated shrimp over tender soba noodles and crunchy broccolini.
I love a good chopped salad. Its a convenient way to use your fresh produce, and it makes a delicious lunch.
Blend up berries, fruits and vegetables with coconut water for a fresh, flavorful and healthy breakfast smoothie.
For an easy, healthy summer dinner, pair sautéed snapper fillets with veggie-filled succotash.
Add big, bold flavor to morning omelets with toasted cumin, fresh basil and smoky paprika.
Give breakfast a veggie boost with this quick, easy and healthy garden frittata.
Upgrade baked eggs with this easy, spicy sheet pan recipe featuring roasted sweet potatoes and spicy harissa.
Joy Bauer takes summery salsa to the next level with sweet pineapple, fresh avocado and spicy jalapeño.
This is one of my favorite ways to prepare salmon because it combines sweet, sour, savory and spicy flavors all in one dish.
Make easy grilled chicken skewers with garlicky yogurt sauce for Memorial Day.
Tart apple cider vinegar and sweet dried cranberries add plenty of flavor to this crunchy summer coleslaw.
Make vibrant shakshuka with zesty salsa verde, leafy greens, fresh herbs and creamy avocado.
Dylan Dryer adds juicy blueberries, bananas and vanilla to her morning oatmeal.
Easy, three-ingredient oat bites are perfect for breakfast, snacking or even dessert.
Add fresh apples, warm cinnamon and plump raisins to step up your oatmeal game.
Make salad — even if you're out of lettuce — with grated carrots, zesty lemon and fresh herbs.
Top brown rice bowls with healthy veggies and sweet and spicy salmon fillets.
Glaze fresh salmon with sweet and spicy Thai chili sauce for a fast and flavorful dinner.
Use leftover salmon to make healthy and delicious tacos topped with a sweet apple slaw.
Joy Bauer makes healthy chocolate milkshakes while keeping them deliciously indulgent.
This sweet and salty granola is so easy to prepare and makes a wonderfully delicious homemade gift.
Making homemade nut butter is as easy as switching on the blender.
This healthy quinoa salad is packed with delicious and nutritious ingredients to fill you up without weighing you down.
Bake flavorful chicken meatballs in the oven for a delicious dinner with a quick and easy cleanup.
Create your own granola bar adventure with creamy nut butters, chewy oats, sweet chocolate bits and more.
Skip the dairy and heavy mayonnaise and opt for a light, tangy vinaigrette to elevate pasta salad.
A creamy, bright dressing livens up the tuna, which is then complimented by buttery walnuts and juicy grapes in this healthy salad.
This simple and delicious stir-fry combines a little sweet and a little heat for a dish the whole family will love.