What better way to celebrate summer than with these fun, healthy ice pops? Frozen fruit pops are easy to make and fun to eat. These healthy, frozen snacks are made without an ice cream maker.
Keep the healthy momentum going with some delicious recipes:
Here’s a quick, easy breakfast that’s packed with protein and healthy fats. The monounsaturated fat in avocados and the high-protein eggs will help curb your appetite.
Make this quick bread for Thanksgiving or any time you want an easy, delicious bread. Orange juice sweetens this cranberry recipe and chopped nuts give it a nice crunch.
This healthy recipe uses roasted turkey breast. Make ahead and cut up for party appetizers, or serve as a turkey wrap for lunch.
Give your trick-or-treaters a fun, healthy snack before they hit the neighborhood. Try this Halloween party food that can be made in minutes. These frightfully easy pizza muffin mummies are made with five simple ingredients.
This butternut squash gratin is an easy side dish that can be made with fresh or frozen squash. A perfect addition to your Thanksgiving side dishes, this recipe will become a family favorite.
Make a quick fish dinner tonight. The salmon is brushed with a delicately sweet glaze and served over brown rice. Toss an easy mixed green salad and you have a complete dinner for 400 calories.
A hunger fighting powerhouse, the black beans in this yummy tostada are a great source of lean protein without saturated fat. Zucchini, corn and cherry tomatoes help make this colorful vegetarian recipe a satisfying lunch or dinner.
This homemade chicken noodle soup is the ultimate comfort food when you have a cold.
When the kids come home “starving,” make these easy pita pizzas in less than 15 minutes.