Kefir adds creaminess to this overnight oat recipe while also imparting a boost of gut-friendly probiotics. We love this dish cold, which best preserves the benefits of kefir, but you can also warm it up on the stove top if preferred.
Traditional tabbouleh is made with bulgur, or cracked wheat, but here we replace it with millet for a nutty flavor and fluffy texture. You can also use quinoa if you prefer; simply adjust the cooking instructions in step 1.
It's time for a new take on this ultimate comfort dessert. This recipe saves you 203 calories, 15 grams total fat and 7 grams sugars over a traditional apple pie. Top each piece with a dollop of Greek yogurt for a light and creamy à la mode.
Using vegetables in your morning meal is a great way to jump-start your day and squeeze in essential vitamins and minerals. Try our Sweet Potato Pie Parfaits for a grab-and-go savory-meets-sweet option. Top with berries for an extra kiss of sweetness.