The Healing Power of Berries
Why summer’s most fabulous fruits are the right pick for a jolt of health.
Why summer’s most fabulous fruits are the right pick for a jolt of health.
Stay cool in the heat with these nutrient-packed bevvies.
We slashed the sugar from this classic dessert to let fresh summer berries shine.
From beef jerky to dairy alternatives, all of these scrumptious foods and snacks are 100% clean.
Sweet honey and pungent ginger give this carrot dip just the right amount of punch. We love dipping bell pepper strips, snap peas or zucchini sticks into this velvety recipe.
Enjoy garden-fresh spinach and tomatoes all tangled up in whole-grain noodles and just one pot to wash tonight.
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A chocolate lover’s dream, these old-school fudge pops use whole milk, dark chocolate and cocoa powder for the ultimate rich, chocolaty summer treat.
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This seriously cheesy Tex-Mex-style dip is perfect served warm with tortilla chips or fresh vegetables for dipping.
This tangy spread hits all the right flavors – subtly sweet, spicy and salty. Use it to add flavor to roasted veggie or prosciutto sandwiches.
Avocado, almond milk and cacao form the creamy base for this über-decadent chocolate dip. Make sure your avocado is well ripened to achieve the silkiest texture. Serve with any fresh fruit such as berries or sliced pears.
Learn how to make one classic salsa and then experiment with our 4 variations. Our nutrient-rich salsas will liven up any dish and inspire fresh meal ideas all summer long.
Homemade salsas may help reduce your risk of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cancer and heart disease, all the while promoting healthy skin, increased energy and healthy weight.
It’s time to break out the sandals and enjoy the sun! But first, your feet are likely in need of some lovin’ after being bundled up for months.
Mango is rich in vision-supportive vitamin A and the antioxidant vitamin C while spinach provides iron, manganese and folate, the latter of which is necessary to produce healthy red blood cells.
Fire up the barbecue and make these three juicy burgers that we carefully cleaned up eliminating low-end, belly-busting ingredients.
Stay away from the sugars and preservatives of grocery store salsa with a homemade fresh salsa crura recipe.
Slather your burger with a cashew cream sauce that is high in protein, magnesium and iron, and add fruity flavor with sweet peaches, which contain vitamin C, fiber and potassium.
Baba ghanoush lovers take note – this luscious dip is inspired by your favorite eggplant dip, but we’ve swapped in roasted cauliflower for a cruciferous twist. Try it with carrots and cucumbers or seasoned toasted pita chips.
Rich ricotta cheese is the perfect accompaniment to sweet peas in this vibrant spread. Try it over garlic and olive oil crostini as an appetizer or with simple whole-grain crackers.
This sweet and savory salsa will liven up any dish and inspire fresh meal ideas all summer long.
Try this classic homemade salsa verde to spice up any meal.
Creating your own salsa using whole, flavorful ingredients will make those tortilla chips and that burrito more than just another party snack or midday meal.
Traditionally, scampi is made with shrimp or prawns, but salmon goes equally well with the garlic and butter preparation – as do colorful spinach and cherry tomatoes.
Meaty salmon steaks – be careful of the bones – get extra oomph thanks to a smear of boldly flavored butter, served over paprika-spiked grilled pineapple and mango.
In this hearty chicken salad, bright lemon and earthy fennel, everything benefits from a little time on the grill, even the romaine. Crumbled feta adds a creamy counterpoint.
This spice-rubbed steak on the grill is special enough. But here, a good thing gets even better with a bold tomato and pepper sauce reminiscent of gazpacho. For a change of pace, try substituting chicken, pork chops or even shrimp for the beef.
Even though these salmon fillets are cooked in the oven, because they’re wrapped in parchment with other moist ingredients such as kale and orange, they basically steam, which keeps them tender and juicy.
There’s so much going on with this scrumptious dessert – juicy peaches, buttery-sweet topping, cardamom-laced cake and even a touch of rum. Best of all, it’s easy to put together. Try it with other stone fruits – nectarines, plums, apricots or a combination.
Salmon is heavenly in hash, especially this version studded with both Yukon Gold and sweet potatoes along with red bell pepper, chives and fresh dill. We serve it with a dollop of sour cream, but this would also be a perfect bed for poached eggs.
Here’s a healthier version of a Cubano sandwich – ham, thinly sliced pork, cheese and pickles piled onto a roll and grilled. It gets its mojo-like flavor thanks to citrus zest in the mayo. Serve a slew at your next party or tailgater. You can prepare the sandwiches in advance, then simply finish them on the grill.
If you think salmon is succulent, wait until you taste silky, sexy olive oil–poached salmon! Here, it’s complemented by chimichurri, an Argentinean herb sauce with brightness from vinegar, earthiness from oregano and a hint of heat. Serve with lemon wedges.
Inspired by France’s celebrated seafood stew, these foil packets are packed with clams, mussels, shrimp, tomatoes, fennel, onions and a saffron wine broth. You can also grill your Bouillabaise in a covered saucepan over a double layer of foil.
If you’ve never made a beer can chicken, don’t be daunted – it’s an easy, tasty and fun way to roast a chicken. We’ve added a maple-chile rub, plus a pile of summery grilled zucchini. Use any leftovers to make chicken and zucchini soft tacos.
This Mexican-inspired fondue is simple yet flavorful, and it cooks right on the grill – though you can also use the stove top or your grill’s side burner, if it has one. For dipping, serve chunked grilled or raw vegetables, chunked grilled sausages and tortilla chips on the side.
This quick version of Vietnamese pho has you add the standard garnishes, such as scallions and sprouts, right to the pot, so all you have to do is ladle it into bowls and serve. Spicy daikon radishes stand in for rice noodles.
This is one of those go-to meals that has it all: fun shapes, pretty colors, nutrients from multiple food groups and the convenience of cooking in one pan. Don’t skip the almonds – they add crunchy texture that brings it all together.
Forget black beans, these vegetarian tacos feature protein-packed lentil meatballs.
This plant-based version of lettuce wraps introduces crisp and refreshing cucumber noodles. A sweet-tart peanut sauce is drizzled inside the wrap and also used as a flavorful dip.
This hearty vegetarian sandwich features oven-baked, "breaded" eggplant.
Jicama, also known as the Mexican potato, has a refreshing crunch that is a perfect backdrop for this herb-and-spice coating. Served as a snack, appetizer or side dish, everyone will be impressed with this not-fried, lower-carb take on curly fries.
Makes these almond biscotti energy balls for a quick, on-the-go snack that is healthy, delicious and vegetarian.
Coconut curry goes meatless in this speedy, healthy recipe.