This pasta is flavorful, light and balanced while remaining a plant-based, veggie-packed dinner or lunch that everyone will love.
Turn red bell peppers into a smoky, satisfying dip that's also vegan.
These vegetarian potpies celebrate Indian flavors and use store-bought puff pastry to make them suitable for everyday cooking.
Give guacamole a fruity twist with freshly squeezed blood orange juice.
Using store-bought pulled pork makes these tacos super quick to throw together.
Warm spices, crunchy peanuts and fragrant aromatics make sweet fried plantains even better.
This five-ingredient salmon dish is simple, easy, fast and flavorful.
Make quick and easy granola to start the day on a healthy note.
This superfood smoothie is loaded with vitamins, minerals and fiber.
Dylan reveals her family's favorite recipe for perfect chocolate chip cookies.
Give chicken wings a grown-up twist with a spicy tequila-infused sauce.
Cajun seasoning adds big bold flavor to crispy sweet potato fries.
This recipe is easy to follow and the ingredients are everyday items that you probably already have in your refrigerator.
Tender chicken, earthy beans, nutty brown rice and melty cheese make this a healthy and satisfying dinner.
Try these marinated and broiled chicken breasts for the recipe that hands-down makes the most tender and flavorful version.
The earthy flavors and nourishing ingredients in Joy Bauer's potato leek soup will make you feel grounded and satisfied.
Chewy egg noodles get coated in a delicious sweet and salty sauce, and stirred together with vegetables, meat and seafood.
Make snacking light and fun with chili powder and cumin spiced pumpkin seeds.
Creamy tahini sauce gives this noodle salad a rich texture and makes it feel indulgent even though it's a light and healthy dish.
Serve baked ricotta with piquant sun-dried tomato sauce as a shareable appetizer.
Cheese, egg and almond flour take the place of traditional waffle ingredients for a healthier, low-carb version of the breakfast classic.
Make crispy chicken tenders even better with a hint of coconut and spicy dipping sauce.
Chana masala is the perfect warm and hearty comfort food for cold winter days.
Whip up dessert in no time with two-ingredient, two-minute chocolate mug cake.
Swap in cool cucumber boats to make club sandwiches lighter and healthier.
Joy Bauer layers whole-grain toast with mashed avocado, tomatoes, mozzarella and fresh basil leaves for a healthy and tasty snack.
This quick and easy one-pan chicken dinner requires just a handful of basic ingredients.
For the sauce, oat milk, which lends a delightfully silky texture, is used instead of heavy cream.
These are great for a quick dinner or lunch, an excellent way to use up leftover vegetables, filling and somewhat healthy!
Use leftover salmon to make a flavorful salad with fresh avocados and peppery arugula.
Fresh herbs and sophisticated flavors make this salmon feel fancy, but the quick prep and cleanup make it easy enough for any weeknight.
This chicken recipe is so easy to throw together and has a bright pop of flavor in every bite.
Serve up a salad full of lucky ingredients for a flavorful and fortunate New Year.
This one-pan dinner is a quick, easy, healthy and surprisingly sophisticated meal.
Roast salmon, asparagus and Brussels sprouts with flavor-infused olive oil for a fast and healthy dinner.
White beans, squash and broccoli make this one-pan vegetarian dinner super satisfying.
Dipping an enormous red strawberry into a pot of warm melted chocolate fondue is guaranteed to make just about anybody happy.
A combination of mild cheddar and melty American cheese make this fondue extra creamy.
Joanna Gaines makes sheet-pan salmon and potatoes for a fuss-free, healthy weeknight dinner.
Chrissy Tiegen seasons her healthy cauliflower rice with fresh herbs and a pinch of cayenne.
Gwyneth Paltrow pairs seared scallops with a warm asparagus and watercress salad.
Even Stone's kids love this dish, so it's a real family-favorite.