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  • Packed full of flavor, this summer salad is a great on its own as a snack or an accompaniment to a fish dinner. Experiment with ingredients to add different flavors, colors, and textures.Explore Recipe »

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    When you think of coleslaw, your mind may imagine shredded cabbage in a heavy, creamy mayonnaise dressing. But all the extra calories and fat mean the classic side dish isn’t as healthy as it could be. Instead, try this refreshing twist on an American classic. Explore Recipe »

  • Bring a touch of New Orleans Cajun cooking to your next meal. If you want to spice things up even more, try adding a dash of Louisiana hot sauce.Explore Recipe »

  • Tilapia is a wildly available fish, due to large-scale farming around the world. It's great to use in s variety of dishes, as its neutral flavor lends itself well to many different types of cuisines.Explore Recipe »

  • Inspired by the flavors of the Caribbean, dark rum, zesty lime juice, and exotic fruits combine to create a virtually fat free dessert. It's great by itself or try it over frozen yogurt.Explore Recipe »

  • Sweet and calming, this drink is the perfect way to end your evening. Guaranteed to be a knock out with the kids!Explore Recipe »

  • Candied walnuts are a popular treat at Christmas time, and variation is equally festive and delicious. It can also be made with pecans, cashews, or hazelnuts.Explore Recipe »

  • Sweeten up your favorite movie snack! Air-popped corn is a healthy alternative to its oily counterpart. Adding some home-made caramel will satisfy that sweet tooth.Explore Recipe »

  • Reminiscent of Bananas Foster, this version is great for when you need a dessert in a hurry. But don't just think of it as dessert; try it on hot golden pancakes for a memorable morning!Explore Recipe »

  • Pan-frying cauliflower brings out the natural sugars and caramelizes them, giving this side dish a sweet, nutty flavor.Explore Recipe »

  • Roasting cauliflower brings out its richness and sweetness, so don't be tempted to remove it from the oven until it's a dark golden brown.Explore Recipe »

  • By caramelizing the nectarines before they’re baked you add a whole new dimension of flavor to this simple yet impressive dessert. Explore Recipe »

  • Caramelizing the onions takes some time, so plan accordingly. They can be browned and refrigerated up to two days ahead of when you're going to make the soup. Caramelized onions freeze beautifully, so why not double the onions and freeze half for another day?Explore Recipe »

  • By rinsing and draining the black beans before cooking, you remove a large amount of sodium. For an extra pop of flavour, sprinkle a little vinegar and a few raw white onions on top of the finished beans.Explore Recipe »

  • What's great about this salad is you can easily substitute whatever fresh fruits or vegetables are in season. Try adding some diced mangoes or papaya in place of the cucumber.Explore Recipe »

  • These muffins are loaded with fresh carrots and are perfect for breakfast or as an on-the-go snack. If you prefer dried cherries or cranberries over raisins, those make fine substitutions.Explore Recipe »

  • This Scottish traditional side dish is updated with fresh herbs and a splash of lemon. Perfect for kids due to their sweetness and vibrant colours.Explore Recipe »

  • Looking for a quick and easy way to dress up fresh fruits? Zabaglione, also known as Sabayon, takes just minutes to make, tastes great and is much lower in fat than traditional whipped cream.Explore Recipe »

  • A traditional North Indian dish, Pindi Chana is a spicy chickpea recipe which is usually eaten as a side dish with puri, roti, rice, and bhature. Its mouthwatering, alluring aroma originates from the blend of aromatic spices used. It will be a sure shot hit with your guests.Explore Recipe »

  • The perfect popping size, button mushrooms make great appetizers. With this recipe, these little morsels pack some big flavor-and nutrients like vitamin B.Explore Recipe »

  • For a twist on traditional oatmeal porridge, why not try adding a super-grain: quinoa. Add dried (or fresh) tart cherries. They contain anthocyanin, which is a powerful antioxidant that helps cut inflammation. Explore Recipe »

  • Make a Mexican-inspired dinner tonight that everyone in the family is sure to enjoy! By rinsing and draining the beans twice, you remove a large portion of the sodium found in all types of canned beans.Explore Recipe »

  • If you prefer a thicker chili, you can add an additional can of navy beans that you've pureed in a blender with a little chicken stock. Simply stir it in with the can of whole beans.Explore Recipe »

  • Chicken is healthy for you, especially when eaten without the skin. Even patients who are restricted from eating other meats like beef and lamb can safely consume lean chicken meat. Coconut milk adds a creaminess to this slightly spicy dish.Explore Recipe »

  • Marsala is a fortified wine from Sicily. It has a rich, slightly sweet flavour that is traditionally used in this chicken dish. The big difference with this recipe is the sauce isn't made with butter or cream, but relies on simmering to thicken the sauce.Explore Recipe »

  • Traditional Posole contains pork butt or shoulder, adding a lot of fat and calories and requiring many hours to make. By purchasing a rotisserie chicken from your local supermarket, this dish becomes very easy to prepare and you lose a lot of the fat but retain the flavor.Explore Recipe »

  • Is it possible to improve on a classic dish? Of course! You get all the same great flavor with a fraction of the fat and calories by substituting chicken for beef and using reduced fat products when possible. Serve over brown rice or whole grain pasta.Explore Recipe »

  • This tasty dish is quick to make and relatively easy to put together. It's a great, healthy option for coated chicken lovers.Explore Recipe »

  • This seemingly normal chicken stew warms your cockles whilst bringing a fresh zing and holiday atmosphere with zesty orange.Explore Recipe »

  • Vegetarian dishes can be just as delicious as those with meat, and in this case, you might find they can be even more flavorful.Explore Recipe »

  • A decadent dessert that's still packed with nutrients, the chili is a welcome surprise in the chocolate, which contrasts well with the sweet, juicy cherries.Explore Recipe »

  • A spicy twist for boring chips! Serve hot with a garden salad or put them into a bun with a dash of butter, a sprinkling of cheese and some red onions and you have yourself a mouth-watering chip butty.Explore Recipe »

  • A tasty starter packed full of vitamin goodness with a spicy twist.Explore Recipe »

  • Chinese-style paneer stir-fry tastes amazing AND it can be served in so many different ways...it makes a great starter, or main with rice or noodles. If you're really daring try it as a filling in a Mexican wrap with mint sauce and lettuce!Explore Recipe »

  • Peanut brittle is classically a sweet treat, but this version definitely has a kick to it. Dried smoked jalapeno peppers are added right at the end. You can store in an airtight container up to two weeks.Explore Recipe »

  • If you love that home-cooked taste but don't have the time, a slow cooker is just what you need. Simply add all the ingredients before going to work and it will be ready when you get home!Explore Recipe »

  • Remember eating frozen bananas when you were a kid? Try this simple, small bite version. Perfect for entertaining, these nibbles can be prepared well in advance.Explore Recipe »

  • Angel food cakes are often the go-to desserts for people looking for extremely low-fat desserts. However, while they lack a lot of fat, they also tend to lack a lot of flavor -- until now. Unsweetened cocoa and malted milk powder pack such a tremendous amount of flavor you'll never miss any of the fat.Explore Recipe »

  • What better way to celebrate the holidays than with this mocha peppermint combination? This is a festive dessert that will both please guests and keep your diet on track.Explore Recipe »

  • When you cut the fat you can sometimes increase the flavor. In this dessert, you'll drop all the fat from the "cookie dough," so the intense flavors of dark chocolate, pistachios, and cranberries take center stage.Explore Recipe »

  • This recipe is a version of the typical Christmas Eve Salad served in Mexico.Explore Recipe »

  • Give a modern touch to your Christmas cookies this year with this tasty recipe. You may start a new tradition!Explore Recipe »

  • This brine works very quickly on skinless chicken breasts so you don't want to let it sit in the liquid too long or your chicken will end up being too salty and a little rubbery.Explore Recipe »

  • Sorbet is a great way to enjoy a frozen treat without the fat of ice cream. If peaches aren't in season, substitute an equal amount of frozen peaches.Explore Recipe »

  • The key to serving delicious, tender scallops is to never overcook them--otherwise they tighten up and get chewy. Served on a bed of garlic-scented Israel couscous, this dish is sure to please any crowd.Explore Recipe »

  • When you're looking to "splurge," try these decadent snacks. Lightly sweet with a rich, dark cocoa coating, these almonds will be welcome in any lunchbox, after school snack, or as a healthy dessert.Explore Recipe »

  • Serve this colourful salad as a side dish with tacos – or alongside baked corn chips as a delicious dip!Explore Recipe »

  • When you are tired of making conventional salads and want to try something new, then corn salad can come to your rescue. It is a very easy to make salad recipe and is liked by both children and adults alike. It is usually served as a salad side dish but can be eaten as a tea time snack too.Explore Recipe »

  • Try this twist on traditional cranberry sauce at your next Thanksgiving gathering. The leftovers are a wonderful side dish with grilled pork tenderloin or chicken.Explore Recipe »

  • Fresh cranberries give these muffins a perfect balance of tartness and sweetness, and the light green pistachios complete a beautifully festive color scheme. Serve with a glass of coffee or tea as a comforting breakfast for guests visiting over the holidays.Explore Recipe »

  • These poached pears are great by themselves, or you can try serving them with lemon or vanilla sorbet. If there is any left over, dice them up and stir them into yogurt with some granola for breakfast.Explore Recipe »

  • This dish is fast and easy and perfect for those winter evenings when you want to get dinner on the table quickly. It’s also special enough to serve when you’re having company over for the holidays.Explore Recipe »

  • Cream of broccoli soup is a fast and easy option for a full-flavored meal any time of year.Explore Recipe »

  • The small amount of curry used in this recipe doesn't actually make the soup taste like curry; it simply brings out the earthy flavor of the cauliflower. However, if you want a curry flavor, double the amount. If you prefer a thinner soup, add more stock or milk. For a thicker consistency, simmer for a longer period of time.Explore Recipe »

  • Adding citrus to a salad is an easy way to pack in some vitamin C. Pick up a rotisserie chicken from your local supermarket and the meal is almost prepared!Explore Recipe »

  • Although this pasta dish is amazing with a store-bought rotisserie chicken, just eliminate the chicken and double the broccoli to make it vegetarian.Explore Recipe »

  • Just because you're watching your fat and calories doesn't mean you have to stop enjoying cream sauces. Fat-free half-and-half is a great way to get all the flavor without any of the guilt.Explore Recipe »

  • Most creamy pasta sauces are made with butter, cream and cheese, packing the sauce with fat and calories. This version uses fat-free sour cream as a base and features lean turkey tenderloin. The result? A delicious entree at 325 calories per serving.Explore Recipe »

  • Plan this spicy stew for a chilly evening in front of a fire, paired up with a cool citrus salad. Set up the slow cooker on a weekend morning and you’re good to go by late afternoon. Explore Recipe »

  • Searching for a healthy snack? Try making a batch of these easy-to-prepare, Asian-inspired crisps. They're great by themselves and can be made a day ahead of time.Explore Recipe »

  • Crispy on the outside and fluffy in the middle with the welcome freshness of thyme, this side dish is an exciting alternative to honey-roasted parsnips. Serve these with your next Sunday roast.Explore Recipe »

  • The breadcrumbs add and unexpected and delicate crunch to the usual asparagus. Great with Christmas dinner on the side of poultry or fish.Explore Recipe »

  • This quick recipe is a great hit during Indian summers due to its cooling properties. It's packed with nutrients and is great for glowing skin. As low fat yogurt is used, this dish is a dieter's delight.Explore Recipe »

  • If you can find fresh cucumbers at your local farmer's market you'll want to use them, as they won't have a waxy coating. These you can use unpeeled in your salad, but if the cucumbers do have this coating, it's best to peel them.Explore Recipe »

  • Have one as a snack or take them to work for a tasty and filling lunch. The crisp, tangy apples are the perfect pairing to the spicy curry powder. Complete the meal with cool raita or coriander chutney.Explore Recipe »

  • Black eyed peas add flavour, fiber, and potassium to this savoury curry.Explore Recipe »

  • This stew will keep you warm on cool autumn evenings and winter nights. It combines classic chicken stew ingredients with soy sauce and curry powder for a rich and savory flavor. Serve it over brown rice with a hearty pile of steamed or sautéed broccoli, kale, or bok choy on the side. Leftovers store well for a couple of days in the refrigerator or several months in the freezer.Explore Recipe »

  • This heart-healthy treat provides a great way to season fruits and nuts without added salt. It’s the perfect snack for a celebration or as a substitute for trail mix. Enjoy it with friends or store it in airtight containers for a grab-and-go snack.Explore Recipe »

  • The spiciness of the curry powder perfectly complements the sweetness of the parsnip in this warming, winter soup. Serve with cheese on toast for extra decadence.Explore Recipe »

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