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The balsamic reduction and garnish of fresh thyme and tomatoes make this recipe look restaurant-worthy, but it requires only five basic ingredients and can be made in just 25 minutes.
This veggie-filled supper comes together in just 35 minutes, making it great for a busy weeknight. But all the colors and a sprinkling of Parmesan make it pretty enough to serve for a special occasion, too.
Cornmeal, bread crumbs, Parmesan cheese, and herbs make up the crispy coating for the fried fish in this Southern dinner recipe.
Cozy up with an individual casserole filled with the classic comfort flavors of carrots, celery, mushrooms, garlic, chicken, and peas under a pastry crust. It’s a satisfying all-in-one meal with only 364 calories.
This meatless pasta dinner still packs a protein punch with 20 grams of protein. The beans, veggies, and whole wheat pasta also fuel you with 10 grams of fiber.
This all-in-one Asian-inspired meal fills your plate with healthy lean protein, whole grains, and veggies for a satisfying, nutritious meal.
Loaded with chicken, beans, and veggies, this chili also gets tremendous flavor from jalapeno, cumin, and oregano. Each bowl packs an amazing 11 grams of fiber!
Get a big dose of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids with this scrumptious tuna steak marinated in sweet ginger-infused flavor.
For an elegant dinner at home, try these apricot- and Dijon-glazed lamb chops that take only 25 minutes to make.
This 15-minute recipe is perfect to pack for lunch or as a light weeknight supper. For a heartier meal, serve it as a sandwich or with whole grain crackers.
A crispy coating of bread crumbs, almonds, and herbs lets you enjoy delicious breaded fish without the fat and calories of fried fish.
A mouthwatering cranberry and fig chutney adds layers of flavor to this deceptively simple pork recipe that can be made in about 20 minutes.
Come home to the unmistakable aroma of beef pot roast simmering in the slow cooker with this low-cal version made just for two.
This homey dish makes an elegant entree for a special night in. Well-seasoned poultry served with an easy, whole grain rice pilaf is a satisfying dinner for two.
While soup is often made to feed a crowd, this 30-minute recipe is customized to serve two. It’s impressive enough for a special occasion, but easy enough for a weeknight meal.
A stuffing of Fontina cheese, fresh sage, and roasted peppers transforms a basic chicken breast into an elegant entree.
Fresh, sweet, crisp pears are tossed with walnuts for a bright side salad for two that’s packed with fiber and antioxidants.
This 160-calorie shortcut side uses purchased polenta for easy prep and a yummy combo of salt, cumin, sugar, chili powder, and cayenne pepper for immense flavor.
This 10-minute, restaurant-worthy side dish is loaded with blue cheese, walnuts, and onion, but has only 212 calories.
Watch how easy it is to cook all kinds of greens to serve as a healthy side dish.
Homemade citrus vinaigrette drizzled over greens, melon, and oranges creates an enticing side dish for two. Simply add cooked fish, chicken, or pork to transform this quick salad into a main dish.
Kick off a feast for two with this sophisticated starter loaded with flavor and heart-healthy fats from salmon, avocado, and olive oil.
Hollowed tomatoes make an edible shell for all the delicious flavors of the classic BLT sandwich. With less than 100 calories per serving, you can enjoy this as an appetizer or side dish.
This fresh salad provides two delicious vegetable servings. Zucchini, asparagus, peas, greens, and a dressing of green salsa and vinegar create a beautiful monochrome salad.
Espresso-soaked ladyfingers form the base of this twist on the classic Italian dessert. Raspberries lend bright color and freshness, but you could use any berry you desire.
Crispy tortillas take the place of high-calorie pastry in this fruit-filled, low-fat dessert. Add a light dusting of powdered sugar for a special touch.
You can enjoy this creamy dessert—with just 109 calories—and stick to your healthy eating plan. Portion each dessert into a parfait glass with a sprig of fresh mint for a pretty presentation.
This special dessert for two gets light, refreshing flavors from fruit and sweet sorbet. Pouring champagne atop adds a festive flavor dimension.
With a little planning, you can finish your meal with this refreshing frozen dessert loaded with great citrus flavor.
Get a full serving of fruit and satisfy your sweet tooth at the same time with this low-cal dessert. Puff pastry adds a bit of indulgence, while the sweet, juicy pear provides lots of vitamins and fiber.