Try our simple-to-make glaze for a turkey that looks beautiful and glossy. It's effortless and delicious.
Cream and green vegetables are a delicious pair -- think creamed spinach. Brussels sprouts take equally well to the treatment, especially with bacon and cracked black pepper.
If you've never cooked kale before, roasting it is an easy way to ensure it cooks evenly and becomes tender. The balsamic-glazed onions go in just before serving.
Crisp green beans get the lean treatment with parsley, rosemary, and a splash of olive oil. Lime juice adds tanginess. Chopped hazelnuts add crunch.
Tiny marshmallows are irresistible, but this year smother sweet potatoes with a mix of thyme-roasted apples and onions.
Just before dinner, saute a mix of button, shiitake, and oyster mushrooms and add them to smooth mashed potatoes.
Even a rich dish such as potato gratin can be lightened by using nonfat milk and goat cheese; we've kept it robust with caramelized leeks and garlic.
Slices of Brie cheese-topped toast and creamy cranberry dressing give bold flavor to a spinach salad.
Ever had homemade ranch dressing? Drizzle our recipe -- updated with a dash of smoked paprika -- over a mix of lettuce and pear tomatoes and discover why it's been a favorite for 50 years.
An oat crust means this pie is low in fat, high in fiber. The filling has less sugar and uses egg whites instead of whole eggs.
Brown sugar meringue covers pumpkin filling sweetened with maple syrup and a gingersnap crust.
Chocolate chunks top creamy pumpkin pie filling and a layer of rich cheesecake.
The crust for this pear-and-apple-topped tart starts with crushed cookies -- making it a simple dessert to bake. Keep things tidy by crushing the cookies in a resealable plastic bag.
A cream cheese layer and rich chocolate frosting makes this moist pumpkin cake a crowd pleaser. This moist cake keeps well so it's a good one to have on hand for drop-in guests.
A luscious cream cheese frosting tops these cinnamon-spiced cupcakes. Shredded orange peel makes a gorgeous garnish.
Cooked pears, kumquats, cranberries, and toasted pecans top this moist pumpkin cake. A buttercream frosting makes it irresistibly sweet.
Also known as ganache, this icing firms up nicely and protects the cake from drying out.
This recipe calls for fajita seasoning, which gives the steak a bit of kick. Barbecued black beans and corn bread make delicious (and simple) side dishes.
In this simple twist on classic paella, turmeric-spiced scallops, shrimp, and plum tomatoes are tossed together with rice, peas, corn, and carrots.
Stovetop chicken and gnocchi are even more delicious with our creamy butternut squash-sage sauce.
Warm leeks and grapes are tossed with tangy blue cheese and mixed greens. Toast topped with a creamy poached egg keeps the meal hearty.
A tangy cranberry sauce turns roasted chicken into a delicious and healthy supper. Serve it with brown rice.
For a lighter holiday dessert, try this delicious cheesecake recipe, made with reduced-fat cream cheese and low-calorie cranberry juice.
Whole-wheat flour and rolled oats add filling fiber to these healthy muffins. Cranberries and chopped walnuts make them a delicious morning treat.
Jazz up white or green tea with thinly sliced ginger and sweet cranberry sauce.
A Parmesan cheese-bread crumb mixture tops this hearty supper featuring bow tie pasta, chicken, artichokes, and Monterey Jack cheese. Crushed red pepper adds a touch of heat.
A simple-to-make fruit chutney puts an irresistible spin on pork sandwiches -- ideal for a fall potluck or sports party.
The ultimate sandwich features a creamy layer of blue cheese dressing and hard-cooked eggs, crisp bacon, lettuce, tomato, and onion.
Here's a great idea for leftover chicken. Simply add it to rice, broccoli, tomatoes, two different kinds of cheeses, and crisp crackers to make this creamy casserole.
Asian-inspired ribs and slaw make the perfect potluck dish for a late-afternoon, fall get-together.