Healthy Dinner Recipes
Spice up ho-hum chicken with this flavor-packed recipe that's low in fat. Oregano, garlic, and peppers give it a Mediterranean flair.
Cheesy Veggie Quesadilla
Just because you're eating right it doesn't mean you have to sacrifice taste. This zesty quesadilla recipe features whole-wheat tortillas and nutrient-rich vegetables.
Perfect for a quick, last-minute dinner, this hearty Mexican-inspired soup is ready in less than 30 minutes. Lean ground beef keeps the calories in check, plus your favorite taco seasoning adds crave-worthy flavor.
Thai Chicken-Broccoli Wraps
This portable chicken wrap makes a delicious meal on the run. Ready-made ingredients like broccoli slaw cut prep time in half. You'll love the combination of ginger, garlic, and peanut sauce.
Turkey-Pesto Lettuce Roll-Ups
Made with only three ingredients, these no-cook Bibb lettuce roll-ups are a fresh, low calorie twist on plain turkey sandwiches.
Rich in antioxidants and low in fat, this comfort food favorite doesn't disappoint.
Like regular tacos, only healthier! This recipe combines your favorite Greek salad ingredients such as cucumber, feta, and tomato, and loads them on a crunchy taco shell.
This fresh-flavored skillet sensation jazzes up lean ground beef with peanut butter, ginger, soy sauce, and green onion. Serve it inside of Boston lettuce leaves.
This healthy spin on a take-out classic tastes great over long-grain rice.
Easy Black-Bean Soup
Treat yourself to this filling, cinnamon-infused soup, topped with tasty Greek yogurt.
Curry in a Hurry
No time to cook? Think again! This veggie-packed curry recipe is ready in less than 20 minutes.
Red Bean Vegetable Jambalaya
This Cajun specialty gets a healthy makeover with couscous instead of rice. Super foods like carrots, cauliflower, and kidney beans make it easy for you to get your daily dose of vitamins.
Orange, Beet and Chicken Salad
Bold and refreshing with Asian-inspired flavor, this salad is far from boring. You'll love the zesty dressing made with peanut butter, orange juice, and sesame oil.
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Steaming is a healthy way to prepare foods because it requires no extra fat for cooking.