Roasted Eye of Round with Garlic Smashed Sweet Potatoes
Dreaming of a tender Sunday roast? This roast beef with sweet potatoes recipe serves 8.
Dreaming of a tender Sunday roast? This roast beef with sweet potatoes recipe serves 8.
This satisfying meatless dish combines sweet and tender sweet potato with spicy beans and creamy avocado and yogurt.
Here, a juicy pork loin gets stuffed right down the middle, so that each slice yields a ring of meat with a donut hole of filling. If you like, play with using different kinds of cheese and herbs.
Serving roasted potatoes means you’re not a slave to the stove top; the oven does the work and you get more time with your guests. And don’t be misled by the short ingredients list – this recipe is loaded with flavor.
Wonderfully fresh and tender scallops are served on a bed of fennel and lettuce with a sweet and tart grapefruit dressing. If your budget allows, buy high-quality, dry-packed scallops, which are not packed in a phosphate preservative solution.
This classic holiday turkey is made even more special by adding onions to the roasting pan and a splash of red wine to the gravy.
Gorgeous fall vegetables generously lace this traditional-style dressing. To make it your own, feel free to experiment with different combinations of your favorite veggies and herbs.
Mashed potatoes are a wonderfully blank canvas that can be enhanced by adding other vegetables to the cooking water. Here, cauliflower adds nutty notes while dill stirred in at the end adds lovely green flecks and a pop of fresh flavor.
Clean up your risotto by replacing rice with cooked cauliflower. Rich in antioxidants and cancer-fighting properties, cauliflower risotto will become your new mealtime staple.
These protein-rich patties are kissed with just a touch of maple syrup and topped with fresh, sweet cinnamon-spiced apples for a meal that works equally well for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Opt for a sweet red variety of apple that will hold its shape when cooked, such as Braeburn or McIntosh.
With only five clean ingredients, these gluten-free peanut butter cups are both clean and delicious.
This hearty, warm salad featuring quinoa and millet makes a nutritious dinner or lunch.
Roasting the garlic first gives this creamy chicken dish it's mild, yet rich flavor.
Try crushed walnuts on shrimp for a faux fried finish that really satisfies.
These zucchini boats make a quick and healthy lunch or dinner.
No reason to deny yourself an indulgent brunch thanks to this classic and clean eggs benedict recipe.
The subtle hue of our red velvet cake is our natural answer to food dye: beets!
You'll save the day when you make these sausage & pepper heroes for your hungry family.
Superfoods like beets and walnuts meet greens and heirloom grains in this healthy quinoa salad.
A clean take on a childhood favorite – burgers and tater tots.
Sweet, nutty cornmeal lends these baked chicken tenders a perfectly crisp coating. For more crunch, opt for medium-grind cornmeal, but if you like a smooth texture, choose fine ground.
You’ll never go back to plain pork chops again once you’ve tried our buttermilk-marinated version! Juicy plums lend a burst of seasonal flavor.
Lime, honey and roasted red peppers are combined to make a savory-sweet glaze for our modern take on meatloaf.
Cherry cheesecake doesn't have to be sinful with this rich and creamy gourmet ice pop, a simple blend of five wholesome ingredients.
Try these amazing pumpkin-laced Clean Eating pancakes, made using whole-wheat flour or a gluten-free alternative - either way, you'll fall hard for our bacon and apple topping.
Studies show that berries can reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer, and what better way to enjoy them than in berry ice pops laced with rich Greek yogurt.
Give your steak an extra punch of flavor with our easy herb and Dijon marinade. Our colorful, crunchy slaw made with cabbage, carrot, zucchini and onion is a lovely addition alongside your grilled herbed steak.
For anyone with a sweet tooth, strawberries are the queen of summer produce. They're the perfect addition to desserts such as pies, trifles or these Strawberry Cream Pie Parfaits!
Green goddess dressing normally refers to a creamy dressing made with mayonnaise, herbs and other ingredients. In this pasta salad, though, we pack an array of fresh herbs – parsley, cilantro, dill and mint – into the salad itself, then toss it with a creamy coconut dressing for maximum decadence.
You've never made quicker - or tastier - crab cakes than these. With zesty lemon, sweet bell pepper and a yogurt-cucumber sauce over top, these cakes offer an unbeatable flavor combination.
We've sandwiched rich vanilla custard between fluffy pillows of cake and smothered it with sticky chocolate. Sound like a dream? Meet our made-over Boston Cream!
A classic reinvented, our Buffalo chicken tenders have a tasty, crispy coating that rivals your usual deep-fried variety. Our to-die-for dipping sauce is a cinch to put together, plus it adds pungent blue cheese flavor to every bite.
There's no need for serving plates or forks with this gooey chocolate and peanut butter dessert — simply serve these bites on a large platter and let guests dig in. The best part? You can make these in advance and store in the freezer until the day of your party.
Greek yogurt stands in for heavy cream to give this dish a rich and velvety texture. With a side of potatoes, artichokes and sweet bell pepper that's cooked along with the chicken, this dish will quickly become a family favorite in your home.
Don't forget about dessert! Yes, you can actually make this decadent fruity crisp on the grill. Try serving it with a dollop of vanilla or plain yogurt.
No holiday menu is complete without the main event: A perfectly seasoned, succulent turkey. Rosemary, garlic and onion lend classic flavors to this spice rub and a porcini pan sauce provides a gorgeous, rich flavor for dipping.
Tart cranberry flavor with a hint of sweetness and a twist of lemon, our homemade Lemon Cranberry Sauce will please a crowd - the best part is that you can make it entirely in advance and garnish at the last moment!
Wild rice adds depth of flavor to this veggie-packed, whole-wheat dressing. For best texture, look for bread that has a thicker, crunchier crust rather than a softer one.
Sweet, tender carrots make a perfect side for turkey or brisket. Try using colorful heirloom carrots, as shown here, to add an extra punch of color to this vibrant dish.
Velvety smooth texture with both sweet and savory notes, this soup has the richness of a creamy soup - but without the cream. You can make this soup almost entirely in advance and garnish before serving.
When guests are coming, it's always helpful to have a quick, no-cook appetizer on the menu. These fresh, crisp endive leaves with creamy goat cheese and sweet honey are a cinch to put together, and will please even the pickiest guest.
Trade your oats for quinoa, the perfect base for our coconut-laced breakfast porridge topped with nuts and berries or figs.
A delight for the eyes and palate, juicy pomegranate seeds and mildly pungent green onions add a grown-up twist to classic, comforting shrimp cakes.
Loaded with tasty fruit and nuts, these gluten-free squares are the perfect mid-morning snack.
Topping a dish with a poached egg is like putting a bright red bow on top of a package - it's a sure sign that something special has arrived.
For a simple meal following a trip to your favorite farmer's market, try this vegan potato leek soup from Chef Doug Katz of Cleveland, Ohio.
No skillet is required to make this scrumptious chicken tossed with a sweet and spicy peanut sauce. Just pack it into the foil and take it out to the grill – it’s a no-mess dinner solution!
Shrinking the size of your pizzas means more crust to enjoy, and our 'lil Steak & Blue Cheese Pizzas are no exception!
You may be used to eating steamed or stir-fried bok choy, but we take the veggie au natural and mix it with turkey bacon, parmesan, white beans and tomato for a fresh salad your family will love.
Chef Joanne Lusted's creamy tropical mousse blends rich coconut milk with fresh citrus for a downright heavenly combination you're sure to love.
No, you're not dreaming - these creamy, crumbly sandwich cookies are 100% clean.
An abundantly healthy, well-rounded meal in the time it would take you to call for takeout, this simple steak is balanced by a pungent, fresh horseradish cream for dipping.
Thick chunks of salty ham and pungent slivers of green onions give our pie some serious scrape-the-plate succulence.
Make your baked potatoes into a meal with the simple and scrumptious addition of crisp turkey bacon, garlicky sautéed spinach and a wholesome egg.
Subtly sweet pears are easily elevated to dessert status with a rich, spiced chocolate coating topped by a decadent maple caramel drizzle.
Steamed artichokes retain ample nutrients, and your family will find it hard to resist these supple leaves and their lemony, herb-laced dipping sauce!
Salmon fillets and smoked salmon are combined with dill and other seasonings to make this clean and lean patty stand out. Lemon and herb aioli give this burger an extra lift of flavor.
Nutritional yeast is a healthy alternative to Parmesan cheese, as it holds a nutty flavor that lends itself well to everything from pasta to popcorn. Here it works to coat cauliflower, which is then roasted and transformed into an addictive snack or side.
Bask in the smiles you're sure to receive serving our Blue Cheese Chicken recipe to guests – or present it to your family as a simple weeknight meal and score some major brownie points!
Whether you like your fries piping hot or cooled to room temperature, the taste and texture of our baked Parmesan fries won’t disappoint.
Branch out a bit and take your fries beyond the potato. Being creative with vegetables such as crookneck squash and zucchini offers personality, variety and flavor dimension to even the simplest menus.
The only thing better than chunky Yukon gold wedges topped with melted cheddar, bell peppers and a sprinkle of cilantro is their 154-calorie count!
Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives host Guy Fieri shares one of the reasons he loves squash: a Stuffed Acorn Squash recipe filled with homemade turkey sausage!
Want a burger to make your friends and family go wild? Our Big Stack Burger wins for the most mouthwateringly delicious patty, sauce and toppings!
Precise measurements ensure these grab-and-go breakfast bars are light and delightfully chewy. We love the balance of sweet blueberries and apricots with tart cranberries, but experiment with your own favorite fruits for a personal twist.
Our super-fast, gluten-free skillet flatbread makes a perfect base for traditional shrimp scampi!
Pop one of our “coins” into your mouth for a burst of fresh lemon flavor – the generous addition of grated lemon rind, tossed in at the last second, gets credit for that citrus zing.
Kale puts a new spin on your classic caesar salad, with a lightened-up (but equally garlicky!) dressing and ample protein to boot.
Impress your guests with Jo’s bold-flavored, restaurant-style salad. The caramelized onions and strawberries add sweetness and depth to the tangy goat cheese and sharp citrusy dressing.
Can't resist a cheesy, savory snack? These muffins are sinfully cheesy and portable, and they won't stain your fingertips orange!
You’ll adore this crispy fish, lightly coated in gorgeous red quinoa and kissed with plum chutney.
If you think your oatmeal has no place in the cold breakfasts of warm summer mornings, pull it back out! Cool and creamy overnight oats layered with frosty fruit purée is kind of like eating ice cream for breakfast, but with a lot less guilt.
Smoked paprika is a wonderful spice for adding smoky flavor to poultry, and we top it off with a tangy relish that uses one of summer's jewels: apricots.
When time is in short supply, grab what’s on offer in your pantry to make a quick and tasty quinoa bowl!
This fish dish is as easy as they come, ready in just 25 minutes and mild enough for your pickiest eaters. Bonus: use up whatever veggies you have in our fridge!
Shallow-poaching is a great way to impart lean protein with ample flavor - and with our tender, flaky trout, it'll cost you a mere 20 minutes from start to finish!
The most popular variety of Asian pear available in the U.S. is the Japanese Nijisseiki, which is more like a super juicy apple than a pear. It's perfect to offset the rich creaminess of our gorgonzola crumbles!
Halibut recipes don't have to be complex or time-consuming. Grab a couple of fillets and some leafy parsley and let your kitchen staples do the rest of the work. A simple blend of flavors is all you need for a fresh and fulfilling oven baked halibut dinner in just 20 minutes.
New potatoes, or baby potatoes, come in shades of rose and gold and are simply young potatoes harvested before maturity. Thanks to their small size, fine texture and thin skin, these young’uns are especially quick-cooking!
Chinese five-spice powder adds a subtle hint of exotic flavor, while tangerines add sweetness to balance out the richness of the brisket.