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  • Looking for a quick and easy meal for one? This vegetarian quesadilla fits the bill!Explore Recipe »

  • Quiche is the ultimate egg dish, with all the goodness of an omelet baked into a flaky crust. To reduce the fat or for a gluten-free option, eliminate the pie crust and pour the egg mixture into lightly-greased ramekins or a pie plate. Be sure to let the quiche rest at least 10 minutes to allow it to set before serving.Explore Recipe »

  • No need to buy the store-bought stuff ever again! Make it fresh and flawless every time with this easy-to-follow recipe.Explore Recipe »

  • Known for its fiery intensity, Madras curry powder is a blend of many different herbs, spices, and chilies. If you're not a fan of very spicy foods, then you'll want to substitute a more mild curry in this recipe. Serve with steamed Jasmine rice.Explore Recipe »

  • When made with roast chicken, this Latin American classic is naturally very low in fat. Save yourself some time and buy a roasted chicken from the deli counter at your local supermarket.Explore Recipe »

  • You can give this quick braised kale an Asian twist by adding a touch of toasted sesame oil and a sprinkling of sesame seeds when you add the vinegar. Explore Recipe »

  • If you think this is anything like wimpy ginger ale, think again. With a healthy dose of ginger, Quick Ginger Beer packs quite a bite.Explore Recipe »

  • Pumpkins are an excellent source of beta-cryptoxanthin, a powerful anti-inflammatory. Pair that with ginger, and you have a potent recipe for arthritis relief. Serve this with a fresh green salad for a healthy lunch or as the first course of a holiday dinner. Explore Recipe »

  • Stuffed peppers is a 1950’s classic, but this recipe gives it a modern overhaul. Instead of packing the stuffing with calorie-busting bread, use quinoa, one of the world’s most powerful super-foods. Skip the green peppers and go for red, yellow, or orange peppers for a sweeter taste. Explore Recipe »

  • Quinoa goes above and beyond when it comes to giving your body what it needs to stay healthy. As simple to prepare as rice, quinoa has a toasty, nutty flavor that tastes great alone or mixed with vegetables.Explore Recipe »


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