Butternut squash layered with our Everyday Marinara Sauce provides a creamy, sweet base for this protein-packed vegetarian butternut squash lasagna. You can thank the combination of walnuts, ricotta cheese and mozzarella for the 14 grams of protein in each serving.
Grains and legumes have reemerged with power and punch – not to mention ease of preparation! Serve your pilaf warm, then simply add a splash of lemon juice to your leftovers and slide them into the fridge to create a chilled salad for the following day.
A 3-ounce serving of our broiled eye of round steak recipe has only 180 calories, 1 gram of saturated fat and 3.5 grams of total fat, so it's no surprise that it's one of our favorite dishes.
If pork chops for breakfast seem uncommon, it may be time to treat yourself to a little Southern comfort! And, while warmed apples are a popular morning side, don't limit yourself to this single fruit: firm pears or nectarines will work nicely here, too.
Hearty greens like collards require a slow simmer – perfect for a late winter stew. And by including beans and potatoes, you won't miss the meat in this comforting, low-fat dish.
Derived from the cassava root, tapioca starch (or tapioca flour) is a thickener that's ideal for sauces and stews, as it dissolves completely and offers a glossy sheen to liquids.
Fiber-rich hulled barley gives our risotto a satisfying chewy texture, and provides the perfect base to show off winter's primed butternut squash and kale!
Stephanie Izard, winner of season four's Top Chef, creates a crisp salad for you to enjoy this season.
With only five ingredients and a pinch of sea salt, this savory-sweet frozen yogurt is a decadent yet healthier take on a classic chiller. Avocados lend an extra dose of creamy texture, while skim milk and low-fat yogurt ensure it tastes fattier than it actually is.
If you’re a beginner or intermediate cook who’s looking to improve your culinary prowess in the kitchen, Joanne Weir’s Cooking Confidence: Dinner Made Simple may be just what you need.