If you're looking for easy ways to eat healthy meals, incorporate chicken as a staple. It's one of the leanest meats available and also one of the most versatile to cook with. Chicken turns out perfectly in the slow cooker, oven, or skillet, and it complements flavor combinations from all over the world. Try one of our easy and healthy chicken recipes -- including chicken enchiladas, crispy oven-fried drumsticks, and classic roasted chicken -- for dinner tonight.View Slideshow
Fall's favorite fruit is delicious in savory dishes as well as sweet. We've paired apples with pork, chicken, and vegetables to create innovative dinners and snacks -- including apple cider chicken and apple bacon burgers, as well as cool apple smoothies and cozy apple stew.View Slideshow
If you've never met a potato you didn't like, you're going to love these ah-mazing potato recipes that include potato side dishes and potato casseroles, as well as everyone's favorite mashed potatoes. It's about time the humble spud got the recognition it deserves.View Slideshow
Craving something sweet, but want something healthy? We've got you covered! Our collection of healthy apple desserts includes flavorful muffins, cookies, tartlets, and more. Best of all, each serving of these delicious desserts has fewer than 200 calories and 8 grams of fat.View Slideshow
These mouthwatering heart-healthy recipes prove that you don't have to give up taste when you eat healthfully. And with just 3 grams of fat or less per serving, you won't feel guilty either.
At only 56 calories each, these petite calzones are perfect as appetizers. Or choose a few and make a meal out of them.
This cool, refreshing sauce (which gets its taste from green onions, fresh mint, and cucumbers) pairs nicely with seasoned grilled chicken.
Tip: If you prefer, peel the cucumber for the sauce before you chop it.
Skip those high-fat, high-sodium store-bought chips and replace them with these easy-to-fix fat-free ones.
These veggie-filled rectangles are an easy way to fix eggs for a crowd. And with only 84 calories and 2 grams of fat each, they're a healthful way to start the day.
Look for quinoa (keen-wah), a high-protein bead-shape grain, in the grains section of large supermarkets or in health food stores. Sweet pepper, lemon juice, and fresh parsley heighten the flavor.
Enjoy this low-fat, warm-weather crisp all season long. Rolled oats give the recipe extra heart-health benefits.
Tip: In the spring and early summer, make it with garden-fresh rhubarb and strawberries. Later in the summer, substitute ripe peaches.
These patties are made with shredded carrots, green onions, breadcrumbs, and ground turkey, plus yummy seasonings. At just 283 calories per serving and 2 grams of fat, it¿s a much more healthful option than the local burger joint.
Tip: Be sure to choose ground turkey breast instead of regular ground turkey, which may be a mixture of light and dark meat. If your store doesn't stock ground turkey breast, ask the butcher to grind 12 ounces of turkey breast.
Hearty and filling, this soup is the perfect fix when you want a few servings of veggies and good carbs.
There are two good things about these delicious tarts: They look gorgeous and come together fast.
A little bit of cayenne pepper gives this fruity salsa topper some kick and perfectly balances the rich flavors of the fish. And at just 2 grams of fat and 130 calories per serving, it¿s a meal you and your family can feel good about enjoying.
Antioxidant-rich blueberries lend a delightful purple hue to this creamy yogurt sipper. It's terrific for breakfast or as a midday pick-me-up.
Some simple modifications keep this dessert in check. Applesauce substitutes for the cake¿s butter, while cocoa powder keeps the pudding slim and trim.
Top crunchy, delicious asparagus with reduced-sodium soy sauce, sesame oil, and sesame seeds to create this tasty vegetable side dish.
Tip: Asparagus will stay fresh longer if you wrap the bases of the spears in a wet paper towel and keep them tightly sealed in a plastic bag in the refrigerator. They should last for up to four days.
If you love the sweet tang of red pepper soup, you¿ll rave about the addition of earthy fennel.