Trade your oats for quinoa, the perfect base for our coconut-laced breakfast porridge topped with nuts and berries or figs.
This revamped breakfast favorite, with a creamy ricotta sauce and fresh berries, tastes like the real thing – only ours are also full of satiating fiber!
We've topped cumin-rubbed corn tortillas with mozzarella and scrambled eggs, then piled high a mixture of black beans, avocado, crunchy poblano chiles and a splash of lime for an intensely flavorful and textured start to your day.
Thai cuisine is beloved for its pungent flavors and fiery curries. In this noodle bowl, we've used the sweet creaminess of light coconut milk and the good-for-you monounsaturated fat of natural peanut butter to balance the sharper tastes of garlic, ginger and spicy red pepper.
Traditionally, gnocchi is made with regular potatoes, while bolognese sauce can include whole milk or even cream. By using sweet potatoes, lean ground turkey and skim milk, we've taken some of the heft out of this dish and added a bit more nutritional interest.
The smoky heat of poblano chiles makes them ideal for stuffing. In order to make these peppers easier to peel, first grill them directly over an open flame until their skins blister and char, then let them steam in their own heat.
Oats are best known for their soluble fiber, which studies show can help lower both total and low-density lipoprotein (LDL), or "bad," cholesterol by reducing their absorption in your intestines, keeping coronary heart disease at bay. Here, the quick-cooking variety is combined with Thai flavors and used to coat lean chicken breast.
Understanding the importance of eating every few hours, our reader recipe developer wanted to create a snack she could feel good about munching on. Her Spicy Roasted Chickpeas can be kept in the fridge for up to four days, but we bet your family will gobble them up by that time!
The three components of this culinary hat-trick of a hot sandwich - bread, sliced meat and jus - get a clean, meatless makeover, saving you tons of excess fat and sodium.
Winter squashes are rich in antioxidants (though their leafy green companions usually take all the credit). For a new take on an old standard, we shave long strips of butternut squash, which become toasted toppers for our clean pizza.
The sweetness of late-season corn combines with heart-healthy salmon in a bowl that is chock-full of both flavor and nutrition. If you pop our clean corn bread into the oven as you start on the chowder, you'll have fresh bread ready for dipping just before your chowder hits the table.
Saffron adds such a wonderful perfume and color to dishes. Here I have gently poached some chicken and vegetables in a saffron-infused stock, then added extra layers of flavors with the Italian classic gremolata, adding orange zest for extra aroma.
This Middle Eastern dish traditionally consists of eggs poached in a tomato-based broth. To further enhance your satisfaction, we've added artichoke hearts, roasted red peppers and potatoes, still keeping the total time at 40 minutes! Try it for breakfast, lunch or dinner.