Low Fat Turkey
High in protein and low in fat, turkey can be a great way to keep your diet on track. Try one of our healthy, low-fat turkey recipes -- from simple casseroles to salads, turkey burgers, and more -- for healthy weight-loss ideas.See Popular Low Fat Turkey Recipes
It may sound fattening, but buttermilk is actually low in fat and high in protein and calcium. Unlike skim milk, which is thin and watery, buttermilk is thick and creamy. It even contains probiotics, beneficial bacteria that help keep your digestive system healthy.
Although healthy cooking has come a long way, there's still a nagging perception that if something is low-fat and nutritious, it's not going to taste good. Not true! Healthy cooking isn't about adding sprouts and tofu to everything under the sun--it's about making delicious, healthy dishes out of the foods and flavors you love.
I've been getting a lot of avocado questions lately about a new product called a SlimCado. (No, not named for a character in an old Western movie.) Have those resourceful farmers actually figured out a way to produce a lower-fat avocado?
If your holiday season included a few too many cookies or glasses of eggnog (whose didn't?), and your New Year's resolution includes a return to healthy eating, we're here to get you off to a great start. Since smooth, gentle transitions are always the easiest, we're giving you some of our best low-fat dinner recipes; you know, the ones that taste so good you might not believe they're low-fat.
Don't you just love all those studies that tell us chocolate is actually good for us? Good for our blood pressure and our cholesterol, reducing our risk of diabetes and even aiding to weight loss? Um, they had us at "chocolate."
Baking fish is the easy way to ease back into the new fall season. And maybe we were getting a little tired of the summer routine anyway. Yes, we all miss summer and the fresh array of vegetables that were readily at hand.
When you find a good deal at your grocery store, it's smart to stock up -- but it can be a challenge to find new, tasty ways to use up all those good bargains. Each week, we bring you three original (often surprising!) recipes that feature the types of ingredients you're likely to find on sale.
Ground turkey, raisins, onions, couscous and exotic spices take this meatloaf where no meatloaf has ever gone before -- and deliciously! Enjoy any leftover chutney on beef or turkey sandwiches the next day.
We call these Sloppy Janes because mom would be sure to add lots of vegetables to everyone's favorite skillet supper. Made with fat-free turkey and home-made sauce, it is a meal that you will also love to make. When possible, choosing frozen mixed vegetables without lima beans keeps everyone happy.
Use deli-style turkey and coleslaw to make this quick-fix sandwich.
Asian-inspired turkey meatloaf baked and glazed with Thai Chili or Sriracha Sauce.
This hickory-smoked turkey breast makes wonderful sandwiches or a tasty addition to a cold meat tray. You also can serve it for Thanksgiving dinner.
If you like your Cajun dishes extra spicy, increase the red pepper or the chili powder.