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.
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.
The sweetness of late-season corn combines with heart-healthy salmon in this bowl of salmon corn chowder 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.
Roasted chicken can sometimes get boring. With our cherry barbecue sauce and toasted almonds, this Sunday dinner staple takes on a starring role.
This isn't your grandmother's fruitcake! By replacing the usual candied fruit with nutrient-dense unsweetened dried cranberries and apricots, we've cleaned up and reduced the sugar in this often-regifted gift. Plus, adding a shallow pan with water to the oven during baking ensures an intensely flavorful and moist cake.
If you thought baking your own bread was too difficult, this light and easy clean eating whole wheat bread recipe will make a convert of you. Eric Pater, our Success Story champ and chef at City Cafe in Rochester, Minnesota, created this recipe that you can store in your arsenal for years to come.
This pie is reminiscent of the chocolate peanut novelty cones doled out by ice cream trucks every summer and those chilly, chocolate-robed frozen bananas of childhood. Sweetened only by the bananas themselves, the thick custard-like filling sits in a peanutty crust for a cold indulgence on a hot night.
A fricassee is a dish made by browning meat, sprinkling it with flour and briefly stewing it, creating a sauce (often creamy) in the process. We've streamlined the method and cut out the fat with our chicken fricassee, so the flavor of fresh tarragon is at the forefront.
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.