For a healthy dinner that's easy, too, try one of our healthy chicken recipes. Ready in under 30 minutes and ringing in at under 400 calories per serving, each chicken recipe is easy and good for you. There's no need to cook separate meals for the rest of the family with these healthy recipe ideas for chicken breasts, chicken salad, chicken soup, and family-friendly chicken sandwiches that everyone will enjoy.View Slideshow
Fuzzy, blushing peaches hit the top of our farmers market list thanks to their juicy, candylike flavor and high vitamin and fiber content. Looking for peach recipes to use up your bounty? Try peaches in a bubbly cobbler, pureed into ice cream, added to a parfait, or in any of our other healthy peach desserts (all around 250 calories or less!) to sweeten your summer.
When you put fresh fruit in the starring role of your dessert recipe, there's little need for much added sugar. We sprinkle this pie with just a dusting of turbinado sugar for sparkly presentation and let the naturally sweet peaches shine.
Break out the creme brulee dishes -- it's gratin time! Spoon antioxidant-rich blueberries and vitamin-packed peaches over crushed gingersnaps, then top with creamy Greek yogurt blended with honey and lime juice for a healthy dessert recipe.
Get fancy-smancy with a fluffy French dessert: clafouti. Featuring fiber-filled raspberries and sunny peach slices, this creamy baked treat is ooh-la-la, indeed. The balance of fresh fruit with indulgent cream creates a healthier dessert under 200 calories.
Every sleek spoonful of this peachy-keen dessert is brimming with naturally sweet peaches and lip-smacking lemon. Use Greek yogurt instead of regular for an extra kick of protein that will leave you feeling fuller longer.
Whip up a batch of your fave cool treat -- with fewer calories and far more protein than the store-bought stuff. It all starts with a carton of Greek yogurt. The fun flavors are up to you!
Dessert on the grill? Oh, yes! Smoke fresh slices of vitamin-packed peaches on a plank, drape in golden honey, then serve atop tangy goat cheese for a savory-sweet summer treat.
Grilled peaches make a stunning appearance in these icy-cool frappes featuring sun-kissed citrus, vanilla, and a swig of Southern Comfort. Enjoy the juicy summer fruit in this slushy, 150-calorie cocktail.
Our protein-filled parfaits start with a carton of fat-free vanilla yogurt and end with a crunchy-smooth slew of multigrain cereal, ripe peaches, and fresh blueberries. Add a dash of cinnamon to heighten the flavor.
This colorful salsa calls for only fresh ingredients -- peaches, onions, peppers, tomatoes, and oranges. Grilling peaches brings out their naturally sweet flavors. Serve with cinnamon-sugar chips for a dunkable dessert idea.
Mini pie pops are undeniably adorable. Score serious party cred at your next summer bash by filling homemade pastries with canned peach pie filling and a carton of antioxidant-rich raspberries. Bonus: Each pop is a portion-controlled serving.
Enjoy the sweet taste of fresh, in-season peaches year-round. We'll walk you through the preserving process, from peeling to cutting to freezing.
You can't go wrong with fruit cobbler! This 20-minute recipe pairs sunny peaches with fresh raspberries, making a warm and bubbly base for fresh-from-the-oven puff-pastry twists. Top the low-cal, low-fat treat with a scoop of frozen yogurt for an indulgent dessert.
Focaccia as dessert? Why not! Vitamin-packed peaches and antioxidant-rich blueberries top the treat, while vanilla-infused olive oil and sea salt provide a coastal finish.
Cinnamon-sugar sprinkled peaches make a mouthwatering filling for this classy peach cobbler. Use whole wheat flour for the biscuit topper to add fiber and whole grains to this healthy dessert.
When it comes to this nostalgic fruit dessert, it's all about the filling. Here are a few tips to keep in mind.