Wrap up chicken- and veggie-filled spring rolls for a finger-friendly, oven-free 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.
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.
Use your muffin tin to make perfectly portioned egg cups for a healthy, on-the-go breakfast.
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.
Set up a DIY yogurt parfait station for brunch so guests can customize their own cups.
Pumpkin puree and warm spices make this easy breakfast casserole absolutely irresistible.
Make and freeze breakfast pasty pockets for an easy grab-and-go morning meal.
Replace slider buns with crispy potato latkes for a delicious brisket-filled bite.
Ina Garten adds orange juice and lemon zest to apple sauce for a citrusy zing.
Joy Bauer gives pound cake a healthy and flavorful makeover with a few simple ingredient swaps.
Top flavorful carnitas tacos with lettuce, tomato, radish and avocado for a quick and healthy dinner.
Cranberries add tartness while oranges bring natural sweetness to Joy Bauer's easy-to-make muffins.
Crunchier with more buttery nooks and crannies than regular grilled cheese, the waffle iron gives this lunchtime classic a killer makeover.
Top fluffy ricotta cheese pancakes with tart cranberry sauce for an easy autumn breakfast.
Make cheesecakes miniature with Joy Bauer's quick, easy and delicious recipe.
Toss delightfully crispy french fries with fragrant garlic oil and fresh parsley.
Make edible macaroni and cheese-filled jack-o'-lanterns with bell peppers.
Pack as much pumpkin flavor as possible into dessert with pumpkin fritters and pumpkin butter caramel.
Impress guests with homemade pumpkin gnocchi with fresh sage in a buttery sauce.
Baked, hand-cut fries take the place of tortilla chips in this better-for-you steak nacho recipe.
Store-bought cupcakes and mini doughnuts make these creative cupcakes quick and easy to make. Just stack, frost and decorate.
Decorate doughnuts with chocolate, candy and royal icing to create creepy creatures for Halloween.
Wrap chocolaty cookies in frosting "bandages" for a sweet and spooky Halloween treat.
Chocolate chip cookies are a simple, sweet classic in need of no improvement.
Get kids to eat their veggies and get plenty of protein with pan-fried fish fingers with broccoli and homemade tartar sauce.
Push-pop containers pack colorful rainbow cake into an individually portioned treat.
A hidden filling of gooey caramel provides a sweet surprise in the center of chocolate chip cookies.
You don't have to choose between cookies and cake because this terrific dessert incorporates both into one delicious treat.
Purple, blue and pink swirls make this edible cookie dough absolutely magical.
Keep it classic with traditional chocolate chips cookies with a dough you can eat!
Jimmy Fallon reimagines burgers with these spicy, air-fried chicken patties served on soft potato rolls.
Skip the boxed stuff and make spiced hamburger meat casserole from scratch.
Move over cauliflower, the hot new pizza crust substitute is eggplant.
Perfect the crispy crust of a traditional deep dish pizza by cooking it in a crock pot.
These crispy potato and zucchini patties are the perfect one-bite appetizer to eat during the big game.
Turn frozen chicken tenders into a hearty party meal with a few easy-to-find pantry staples.
Joy Bauer sneaks healthy kale into delicious berry smoothies for an added nutrition boost.
Give macaroni and cheese an international twist with chopped Korean kimchi.