Low-calorie doesn't have to mean low-flavor. From soup and starters to drinks and desserts, our healthy, low-calorie recipes serve up a whole lot of great taste.
Baked beans are a summer staple. This easy no-bake version has the deep, rich flavors without heating up the kitchen.
Combine Greek seasoning with carrots and feta cheese to give traditional meatloaf a makeover. Serve this recipe with oven fries if you wish.
Sometimes used as a healthy substitute for long strands of pasta, spaghetti squash combines with chicken and mushrooms to make a delicious tomato-based casserole recipe.
Packaged biscuit mix makes this savory bread doable any night of the week.
To save time later, make and freeze the wontons. Thaw them before assembling the soup.
A rosemary-olive tomato sauce tops delicious medallions of polenta that are crisp on the outside and creamy on the inside.
A cracker and Parmesan cheese mixture combined with a trio of spices forms a delicious crust in this baked chicken main-dish recipe.
Oranges add a refreshing, citrusy touch to this healthy salad topped with scallops. A sweet and savory dressing adds just the right touch to this recipe that can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.
Overflowing with mushrooms, green beans, carrots, and zucchini, this Mediterranean style stew makes a great dinner for a blustery night.
When Chesapeake Bay blue crabs are unavailable for this recipe, substitute other sweet, succulent crab meats, such as Dungeness, King, or snow crab. Cook fresh crab meats within 24 hours or use frozen, canned, or pasteurized. Chesapeake Bay blue crabs shed their shells and grow new ones more than 20 times during their life span. During the brief stage right after they molt and before their new shells harden, they are completely edible.
Chicken breasts are stuffed with a creamy filling that combines broccoli, two cheeses, and bread crumbs for a delectable dinner recipe.
This favorite summertime fruit is the star of a delicious sauce that pairs nicely with roasted pork tenderloin. This easy recipe can be ready in less than an hour.
Bring simplicity and elegance to a Christmas or New Year's Eve party with these rich morsels. To save time, ask a fish merchant to shuck the oysters. Plan to serve them within a few hours of purchase.