Healthy Dinner Recipes

Whether you're trying to eat more vegetables or lower your sodium intake, there are plenty of ways to boost the nutrition of your dinners without sacrificing flavor. Try our easy family-friendly meals and good-for-you side dishes in our guide to healthy dinners. Satisfy your restaurant cravings with our healthier versions of popular global fare.

Chicken Sausage, Veggie, and Ravioli Soup

This broth-based soup develops a rich, herby flavor thanks to chicken sausage and fresh thyme leaves.
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Spicy Shrimp Tom Yum Soup

Originating in Thailand, this soup is a hot and sour bowlful of local ingredients like Thai chili peppers and lemongrass. These are available in Asian markets, but we have swaps that are easier to find in a pinch.
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Creamy Wild Rice-Mushroom Soup

The nutty taste and chewy texture of wild rice defines this creamy vegetarian soup.
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Pork Chops with Apples and Cream

Pork chop recipes are always a great choice for dinner, and this dish that includes apples is even better for fall. A splash of heavy cream helps set this pork and apple recipe a cut above the rest, because it makes the sauce deliciously thick.
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Chicken Sausage and Peppers

We love the ease of sheet pan suppers and this one, with its 15 minutes of prep time, is a perfect example of why. Your meat and veggies cook together to make a healthy meal that comes together fast.
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Cast Iron Fried Green Tomatoes

This southern classic is a perfect fit for your cast iron skillet.
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Healthy Summer Recipes You'll Want to Make on Repeat All Season

Celebrate the season with our best healthy summer recipes, including satisfying salads, grilled meats, one-pan dinners, and veggie-packed soups full of the season’s bounty. The best part? These healthy summer meals all have fewer than 600 calories per serving and will fuel you (and the family) with plenty of protein and fiber to keep you fuller longer.
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Banh Mi Sandwiches

These banh mi sandwiches are smeared with a spicy, creamy sauce (thanks to Sriracha and mayo). It's the only dressing you'll need for the layers of pork, fresh veggies, and crusty bread.