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  • Remember: Smoothies are not beverages, they're meal replacements, so keep their nutrition facts in mind when considering your overall diet plan. By starting with frozen blueberries, you'll get a thicker smoothie. If you're using fresh blueberries, place them on a baking sheet and freeze for 30 minutes before blending.Explore Recipe »

  • Make your own homemade tangerine yogurt sorbet. With one large naval orange and a few pasteurized eggs you can whip up this delightful desert for six people.Explore Recipe »

  • Delicious on the side of your Sunday roast and any fish dish, this sometimes boring vegetable is elevated with tangy orange juice and oniony chives.Explore Recipe »

  • Gluten allergies affect many people, making meal time quite dreary with limited food choices. Tapioca is a root vegetable that is considered to be a healthy carb. The best part about this delectable starch is that it's a safe gluten-free food option.Explore Recipe »

  • Flavorful, light, and balanced, this is an entrée salad that is sure to impress family and guests alike.Explore Recipe »

  • This quick and healthful entrée is made for solo dining.Explore Recipe »

  • These bars, chock full of antioxidants and packed with flavor, are great not only as a dessert, but also as a healthy snack. Being healthy never tasted so good!Explore Recipe »

  • If you haven’t tried tofu yet, it’s time that you did! The USDA’s MyPlate guide encourages diners to enjoy a wide variety of lean proteins, and tofu fits the bill. It’s low in fat, free of cholesterol, and wonderfully delicious when seasoned with a punchy Asian marinade.Explore Recipe »

  • Tomato chutney is a very simple and easy recipe that you can prepare in minutes. It forms an excellent side dish and can be teamed up with idlis, dosas, pulao, parathas and pakoras. The small amount of sugar added to this dish balances out the sourness of tomatoes and gives it a delicious tangy flavor. It is also a rich source of Vitamin A.Explore Recipe »

  • Fun to serve with individual tostadas that can be found in Latin grocery stores and some supermarkets.Explore Recipe »

  • To make ahead, simply prepare as directed and spoon into a lightly greased 13x9-inch baking dish. To serve, place in a 375˚oven for 30 minutes or until heated through.Explore Recipe »

  • Tuna is one of the healthiest and tastiest of all fishes. Here is a special recipe that comes from the land of fishes, coconuts and backwaters. Fish curry is made spicy by default throughout Kerala, but you may reduce the amount of chili powder according to your personal preferences.Explore Recipe »

  • Eating a diabetes-friendly diet can make the difference in your ability to keep your blood sugar levels under control. Explore Recipe »

  • This marinade is very strong, so you don't have to marinate it too long: just 10 to 15 minutes at room temperature.Explore Recipe »

  • Still feel stuffed on Boxing Day? Whip up this easy salad that'll help you use up leftovers and avoid piling on the pounds. Also great with leftover chicken anytime of the year or as a sandwich filling.Explore Recipe »

  • This classic Italian dish is not only delicious it's healthy too! By rinsing and draining the beans twice, you remove a large portion of the sodium found in tinned beans.Explore Recipe »


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