Quick and Easy Healthy
Can fast be healthy? Yes, when you've got quick and easy healthy recipes at your fingertips. Try these quick and easy, healthy ideas, from breakfast, lunch, and dinner, to snacks and desserts.
Seasoned beef tenderloin steaks make for a satisfying low-calorie, low-carb meal.
This 30-minute meal is perfect weeknight food and is a great way to use up leftover chicken in a new way. Both Asian soba noodles and whole-wheat spaghetti work well in this noodle bowl.
Plain yogurt, frozen peas, and just a touch of curry are all you need for this baby food recipe.
Just a little garlic and oil add flavor to this natural baby food recipe.
For a light and springy pasta dinner, try this pea, basil and Parmesan pesto, then top things off with strips of salty prosciutto.
A parchment packet contains all of the flavors, aromas, juices (and messes!) as you bake up this quick vegetable side dish.
Try this sassy pesto tossed with hot cooked pasta.
Thinly sliced zucchini forms the base of this low-carb salad that pairs well with any grilled meat or poultry. Serve when the ubiquitous summer vegetable is at its peak.
Shrimp are the ultimate speedy seafood option they pan roast in just eight minutes for this quick and colorful dinner.
Jarred tuna makes these open-faced sandwiches a cinch to prepare. Just boil the eggs and green beans, toast the bread and assemble.
Curry powder spices up this bright orange pumpkin soup. For a pretty presentation, add a swirl of plain yogurt on top.
Make up this healthy whole grain mix for pancakes on busy mornings.
Instead of French fries, try this side dish. Carrots are cut into strips, tossed in olive oil and baked until tender.
Freshly-ground mustard seeds add so much bright, zesty flavor to this homemade condiment recipe.
For a sweet and nutritious breakfast that'll keep you going all morning, try this oatmeal made with ripe bananas, steel-cut oats, brown sugar, and chopped walnuts.
Mini pitas act like the Greek version of hamburger buns for these unique lamb sliders.
Cut loads of sodium but keep all the satisfying spice! This sriracha-laced stir-fry is a nutritious (and fast!) way to cure your Asian food cravings.