Roasted Corn and Pepper Soup
A coating of seasoned bread crumbs adds a tasty touch to any Thanksgiving turkey.
Roasting intensifies the flavor of corn and lends a savory sweetness to this soup.
Two-Bite Veggie Wraps
This lighter version of an old-fashioned classic will be an instant hit at your holiday table.
Parsley, carrots, and green onions add a pretty pop of color to these yummy wraps. Serve them as your first course.
This relish gets its sophisticated flavor from the unexpected (but delicious) combination of pears, cranberries, onions, and rosemary.
Warm Sweet Potato and Spinach Salad
This healthy three-bean salad gets a lighter coating of oil so that you can enjoy lots of flavor with fewer calories.
Fennel Batter Rolls
This antioxidant-rich dish is a snap to make: Just toss the veggies in a large skillet, add dressing, and cook it all up together.
Sage Potato Rolls
With savory onion, aromatic fennel, and pungent pepper, these fresh-from-the-oven rolls are great with winter stews. Add wheat germ to your dough for a heart-healthy boost.
To make these decorative dinner rolls, brush each ball of dough with egg whites. Place a sage leaf on top and secure it with another light coating of egg whites.
A mixture of tea and caramelized sugar makes a delicious sauce for this low-fat dessert.
Fresh rosemary gives this tender cake unusual but delicious flavor. Its lemon glaze is a lighter, fresher-tasting alternative to frosting.
Reduce calories and fat by omitting the pastry from traditional pumpkin pie. A glossy drizzle of caramelized sugar replaces traditional whipped cream topping.