From appetizers to dessert, soup or salad to the main course, you'll find healthy ideas for every course of the meal. And with these recipes for power-up breakfasts, light lunches, and satisfying suppers, you can know you're eating healthy meals all day.
This recipe adds apples, parsnips, dried plums, and a savory rub of garlic, sage, and cayenne pepper to classic pot roast.
Buckwheat and whole-wheat pastry flours team up to make these whole grain pancakes hearty yet light.
Fresh pineapple, jicama, and carrot highlight this healthy summer chicken salad.
Carrot may seem a surprising addition to a sweet bread, but it's actually a perfect fitit adds moisture and it's a sneaky way to add more veggies to your diet.
This Italian frittata recipe is endlessly customizable. Sausage, beef or chicken would work wonderfully in place of the pepperoni, and nearly any cheese would result in melty perfection.
Pork roast with wine sauce has an elegant look but is very easy to make. A great recipe for entertaining.
These tropical waffles blow away basic freezer waffles. This flavor-packed breakfast can be made ahead and toasted in the morning, just like the store-bought kind!
Gluten-free devotees can still enjoy pancakes! This almond flour breakfast recipe is tasty proof.
Boxed chocolate cake hits this fast forward button on this dinner party-worthy berry and cream parfait.
Choose a mix of peaches, plums and nectarines for a colorful cobbler.
Step aside, store-bought hummus. This homemade bean spread goes above and beyond with crumbled prosciutto folded in (and sprinkled on top).
Hallelujah, a breakfast sandwich with real, fresh vegetables! This egg dish takes less than 10 minutes (translation: quicker than a trip to the drive-thru).
Call ?em griddle cakes, hot cakes, flapjacks, sweat pads, or pancakes, these fluffy filling disks, a favorite food of lumberjacks, still make a hearty meal on chilly mornings. Modeled after the thin Swedish pancake and French crepe, there's nothing dainty about this American cousin. Keep the stack warm in a loosely covered ovenproof dish in a 300 degrees F oven. These healthful whole wheat pancakes are delicious with Cider Syrup and warm applesauce.
Stuffed pork and barley make for a satisfying dinner that's low in fat and high in fiber.
Rather than fries, these easier-than-ever pork sandwiches are served with roasted sweet potatoes.
This breakfast casserole almost couldn't be easier: Simply toss the ingredients in an oven-safe dish, bake and a hearty ham and egg breakfast is served.
For a fresh take on hummus, try lima beans in place of chickpeas. Serve with toasted pita chips or sliced vegetables as a snack, dinner appetizer or starter at your next cocktail party.