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Try topping low-fat frozen vanilla yogurt with this delicious fall treat.
If you don't care for eggplant, try using butternut or acorn squash in this delicious vegetable casserole instead.
Try topping this salad with grilled chicken breast for a light lunch.
Add your favorite fresh vegetables to this garden medley.
Perfect for the holidays, this festive pear dish has only 120 calories. Great as a side or dessert, spice things up with a touch of nutmeg or cinnamon.
Try pairing this cabbage side dish with roasted pork.
This tasty and nutritious recipe is a great way to use those canned vegetables!
Try adding a variety of vegetables to this delicious side dish!
Balsamic vinegar adds brightness to this dish while enhancing the natural sweetness of the Brussels sprouts.
A delicious way to enjoy apples all year long!
A lassi is a traditional Indian yogurt-based drink. While sometimes flavored with cumin or other Indian spices, sweet lassi is blended with sugar or fruits ins…
Get creative with this super easy snack. Customize with your favorite nuts and fruits!
A perfect after-school snack or a tasty treat any time of the day!
This super yogurt will save your day! It is packed with protein and fiber to keep you full and satisfied.
Choose your favorite berries to add to this simply delicious salad. Add grilled chicken to make it a light lunch!
Try serving this delicious dip with toasted whole-grain pita or crackers.
Let this pasta transport you to Greece with fresh basil, feta cheese and tomatoes!
A simple and flavorful side dish featuring fresh summer vegetables.
These healthy fries are perfect for a large crowd. Try serving with a low-fat yogurt dip.
This dish makes a delicious appetizer for a party or an easy snack for anytime!
The flavorful onion, lemon, bell pepper and apple mixture gives this classic Greek dish a healthy twist … and a unique taste.
A creative and tasty way to use jicama, this drink will transport you to paradise.
Homemade salad dressing adds even more freshness to this recipe. Use the extra dressing as a marinade!
This zesty side dish is quick and simple ... an excellent source of iron.