What's for dinner? Something fast and healthy! Try a light pasta dish, heart-healthy Asian recipe, or low-fat meat entree for a healthy dinner tonight.See Popular Healthy Dinner Recipes
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Have a heart -- or at least some heart-healthy recipes to get you back in shape before Valentine's Day. It may sound silly, but for all the work our hearts do, we often don't show them much love. After all, the heart is the one muscle that never stops pumping, even while we sleep.
Mexican food has a reputation here in the U.S.; for many, the term conjures up heavy dishes loaded with refried beans, cheese and high-fat meats. And while that may be a fair description of the menu of many Mexican restaurants stateside, it couldn't be further from the truth when considering the full range of authentic Mexican cuisine. After all, Mexico is the origin of many varieties of peppers, tomatoes and other healthy-diet staples.
Want to know one of the big secrets to keeping your New Year's resolution to eat healthier: make it easy! That's why all month during January here at Dinner for $10, we're bringing you healthy recipes that not only won't break the bank, but that fit in with a busy life. First up, this Healthy Fried Rice.
Parenting experts will tell you that it's important to tell your kids the truth -- and, you know, I agree ... kinda. Because as any parent in the real world knows, there are times that little white lies are necessary for dealing with little ones.
At any given time, most kids have a list of self-imposed dietary restrictions that would impress even the most finicky food snob. If you've ever heard your little one say "I don't want my food to touch" or "I want all my food to be yellow" or "I don't like things that are spicy (or mushy or crunchy or ...)," then you know exactly how frustrating it can be to get a kid to eat, period -- let alone eat healthy.
As anyone with children knows, getting kids to eat healthy can be an uphill battle. Not only do you have to contend with ever-shifting food aversions (yesterday they liked cheese, now they hate it), but also a near-constant stream of media encouraging our children to crave foods loaded with fat, sugar, calories and sodium. Furthermore, with our busy schedules, it's hard enough to eat healthily ourselves, let alone prepare nutritious meals for picky little ones.
These quick and easy salmon cakes are the perfect candidate for a weeknight dinner with a simple salad, a favorite grains, or a bun and some chips.
Dinner can be healthy and easy. Here are 20 recipes to prove it.
Pork roast with wine sauce has an elegant look but is very easy to make. A great recipe for entertaining.
An easy and healthy alternative to the standard weekday dinner: fresh and flavorful Lettuce Tofu Wraps.
Simplify dinner tonight with this easy to make salad that's healthy and comforting.
When your regular dinner rotation makes you sigh with boredom, a healthy frittata can be the perfect antidote to the suppertime doldrums. Eggs for dinner? Yes!
Customize the vegetables in this slow cooker beef stew to fit your taste preferences and the season. Can't find fresh zucchini? Try eggplant or winter squash instead.
Mix up your usual pot roast routine by following our customization cues for the vegetables, sauce and seasonings. This healthy slow cooker dinner has endless possibilities!
For a quick brunch, lunch or dinner, whip up this ham, broccoli and gravy topping, then serve on top of toasted bread or mashed potatoes.
This low-fat roast recipe uses chipotle peppers and cumin to add flavor without fat to this easy meal.
Burgundy adds a touch of sophistication to this stew's deep mellow blend of mushrooms and vegetables. It makes a hearty dinner when served over noodles or garlic mashed potatoes.