If you're on a low-sodium diet, these recipes are for you. Choose from low-sodium soups and snacks to healthy main courses, all carefully created for sodium-conscious eaters.
Raspberry and lemon gelatin add the sweetness while "Fresh Cranberry Relish" (pictured here) and sour cream add tang to this holiday salad.
The buttery smoothness of this dessert recipe will satisfy the family's sweet tooth on a weekday night and also dress up nicely for company.
When Better Homes and Gardens magazine asked readers to name their favorite BH&G recipe, many readers nominated this one. Why? It's the juicy combination of two fruits and the "so fluffy" topping. It's equally delicious made with fresh or frozen fruits.
Browned butter frosting is an all-time-great way to top cookies and cakes.
Roasted Cornish game hens always impress guests. Quick-cooking couscous and dried cranberries make an easy but tantalizing stuffing.
This baked salmon recipe is glazed with a brown sugar and Dijon-style mustard mixture. Serve with snow peas and rice to complete the meal.
This thick and sinfully luscious ice cream tastes just like a slice of creamy cheesecake.
When peaches and nectarines are in season, make this simply elegant dessert.
Frozen bread dough makes a handy crust for this chicken-and-pesto-filled tart.
For variation, make this yeast bread with walnuts and dried peaches instead of almonds and dried apricots.
Serve these rich, dried-fruit bar cookies with afternoon coffee or with whipped cream for dessert.
This sunflower dessert has the texture of pecan pie and is so rich you'll find that a small slice is quite satisfying.