This simple, one-pot curry cauliflower with chickpeas is a healthy and comforting weeknight dinner that will fill you right up.
No offense to Trader Joe's, but it is really satisfying to make an unprocessed alternative to their recipe.
Tart pomegranate juice and fresh fruit make Joy Bauer's no-added-sugar sangria fun and flavorful.
Bananas, dark chocolate and coconut come together in this delightfully decadent (but healthy!) dessert.
Give turkey burgers a zesty Italian makeover with tomato sauce, mozzarella and pepperoni.
Make healthy, open-faced ham, egg and cheese sandwiches for a great start to the day.
David Zinczenko's ginger-oatmeal cookie recipe has no added sugar, so these cookies are a healthy treat.
This non-dairy cherry ice cream recipe is also free of added sugar.
Cut the calories and fat this Christmas with this lightened up eggnog recipe from nutrition guru Joy Bauer.
Impress without the stress with this flavorful roast recipe that will have guests coming back for seconds and even next-day leftovers!
I love this recipe because it contains four all-star ingredients that can help ease anxiety and stress: oranges, chamomile tea, salmon and chickpeas.
Try adding a mix of fresh herbs like tarragon, basil, chives and parsley to omelets.
Star chef Jamie Oliver fills his omelet with an assortment of earthy wild mushrooms.
This hearty Buffalo chicken chili from Joy Bauer tastes hearty and delicious, but is actually low in calories.
You can't go wrong with these baked eggs in avocado for breakfast, lunch or dinner
Here's an incredibly easy tweak to make whipped cream healthier: Just leave out the sugar! You won't miss it, trust us!
This apple sauce is thick and delicious and gets its natural sweetness from apples instead of added sugar.
This protein-packed breakfast is Rocco DiSpirito's secret to starting the day.
Sweet roasted butternut squash mashed with caramelized onions shmeared on crostini will make you never look back on “regular” bruschetta.
The combination of tangy pomegranate juice and sweet caramelized Brussels sprouts is finger-licking decadent.
This dish takes roasted cauliflower to a new level and really packs a punch with a sweet maple drizzle and tangy lemon zest.
This adorable 5-ingredient Halloween snack is an easy non-sugary addition to your party that kids and adults will love!
Laura Vitale serves up a deliciously cheesy chicken parm.
A frittata is perfect for using up any herbs and veggies. Al Roker shares his version, with veggies cooked in bacon fat for rich flavor.
It doesn't get any easier than this! Prep Martha Stewart's blistered Padron peppers with sea salt as an app, hors d'oeuvres, side or snack
Love pasta but not the heavy calorie count? Try Joy Bauer's lightened-up version, which is still cheesy and satisfying.
Marinate these garlic and herb grilled chicken breasts in homemade chimichurri sauce, then serve it on the side too!
Spinach dip gets an upgrade with the addition of sweet Maine lobster in this appetizer from Boston chef Steve DiFillippo.
There's a reason this is the most popular dish at The Melting Pot--it's fabulous!
You only need 3 ingredients to make these easy Sausage Puffs
Try this fresh spring salad from Irish chef and cookbook author Clodagh McKenna.
Rev up classic corn salad with Indian-inspired spices
These meatballs get infused with the marinara sauce courtesy of the slow cooker, and you don’t need an extra pot for the spaghetti!
Dr. Oz advises drinking this vegetable-based juice to help rid your system of excess toxins.
Learn how to make bone broth with chef Marco Canora's recipe from bone broth bar Brodo in NYC.
Skip the pasta and opt for healthy zucchini noodles (zoodles) for this delicious shrimp scampi recipe.
Al Roker serves up a delicious dinner that's simple yet impressive.
TODAY Food contributor Siri Daly serves up delicious and simple chicken fajitas.
This recipe is a no brainer! Scott Conant shares a simple one-pot recipe for pan-roasted chicken with sausage, peppers and onions.
This bubbling hot pimento cheese dip is irresistible and perfect for a get together.
If you love classic fettucine Alfredo, then you'll love this ooey–gooey baked casserole version.
This classic French recipe only takes a handful of ingredients, but it's packed with flavor thanks to a zippy mustard vinaigrette.