Low Cholesterol

Keeping "bad" cholesterol low can be a challenge. Make it easier with these healthy, low-cholesterol recipes for tasty soups, sides, main dishes, and so much more.

See Popular Low Cholesterol Recipes

Mt. Veggie Volcanos

Country Crock

Insert whole fresh herbs into the base of the volcano to create grass!

Total: 1 hr
Total: 1 hr 10 mins

Cherry Almond Cheesecake on a Stick

Ghirardelli Chocolate
Total: 4 hrs 5 mins

Cabbage Leaf Presents

Country Crock

Let the whole family get wrapped up in making this dish by having everyone roll the "presents" before baking.

Total: 1 hr 50 mins

Veggie Stoplights

Country Crock

Experiment with different herbs for this recipe, any green herb will do!

Total: 50 mins

Southwest Quinoa Pilaf

Ladies' Home Journal
Total: 40 mins
Total: 3 hrs 15 mins

How to Bake Acorn Squash

Even people who don't usually like squash have a soft spot for the acorn squash. The ribbed, dark-green skin of this winter squash hides a bright orange interior that is very low in saturated fat and cholesterol but packed with nutrition, including Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, thiamin and magnesium. It's also high in fiber. There are a variety of opinions about how to cook acorn squash. Some people like the old-fashioned method of slicing the squash in half, removing the seeds, filling the cavity with brown sugar and butter and baking it cut-side up. Others like to drizzle honey or maple syrup in the cavity after brushing the squash with melted butter.

Tortellini Arrabbiata

Family Circle

Beans and Greens

Family Circle

Crispy Honey Mustard Pork Chops

Better Homes and Gardens

Glazed Blade Steaks

National Pork Board
Total: 2 hrs 20 mins

Chopped Salmon Salad

Better Homes and Gardens
Total: 35 mins

Chocolate Cream Cheese Crescents

Pillsbury Crescents

Wake up those taste buds with Pillsbury® crescent rolls kissed with chocolate and coffee!

Total: 35 mins
Total: 1 hr 52 mins

Chocolate Coconut Empanada

Ghirardelli Chocolate
Total: 2 hrs 38 mins

Polenta-Topped Cherry Cobbler

Better Homes and Gardens
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