Adding red, orange and green plants to foods you’re already eating is a great way to get your recommended servings each day.
Any kind of bread will work well in this recipe, but for best-ever veggie melts, start with a nice thick slice of your favorite artisan (or homemade) whole-grain loaf. We love the mild, smoky flavor of smoked mozzarella, but you can substitute with your favorite cheese: Gouda, provolone or smoked cheddar are great options. Don’t worry if your fennel bulb doesn’t come with the fronds attached – sprinkle the melts with fresh parsley or dill instead.
Bolster Immunity with this dish! Corn contains a variety of carotenoids, compounds that act as antioxidants and have immune-boosting effects. Only yellow corn, however, has significant amounts of these healthful compounds. White corn does not, so be sure to opt for yellow!
Swapping out refined grains for whole grains such as quinoa not only can help to prevent against weight gain, but it can also go a long way in helping to prevent cancer. Here, quinoa is topped with gorgeous arugula, carrots, green beans and wild-caught fillet of sole for a meal that’s packed with flavor and nutrients.
Homemade coconut bacon with smoked paprika and maple syrup is the star of these piled-high sandwiches. We suggest making extra coconut bacon to use on salads, pastas or to eat out of hand – you’re going to want to put it on everything in your meal plans!
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.
We've remade this savory, saucy classic into a nutrient-packed one-dish meal. Save 190 calories and 32 grams of fat over the traditional version.