When it comes to the holidays, food swaps for healthy holiday eating help you indulge while still keeping your calorie intake moderate. Here are a whole bunch of ideas, and your guests won't even notice the difference!
Say yes to these Thanksgiving veggie tray ideas! The turkey veggie tray designs are easy to make, and it's hard to say which turkey veggie tray is the cutest. Which turkey veggie platter will you create?
Wondering what to make for Thanksgiving dinner? Here are 57 healthy recipes for Thanksgiving that your guests will love, including healthy appetizers for Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving pie recipes! Whip up a few of these healthy Thanksgiving recipes, and you'll have an easy, nutritious menu ready in no time.
Want to entertain but don't want to feed your guests (and yourself!) unhealthy food? Use these healthy BBQ side dishes for your next holiday menu. You and your guests will love these easy side dishes for parties.
Backpacks are stuffed, classes are in full swing, and fall break (YES!) is in sight. Now it's time for you to really shine! Back-to-school season is very different for each of us, but one thing remains the same: You have to eat. Having a few go-to recipes on hand can mean a world of difference during crunch time. When temps start to drop, I lean toward hearty, flavorful meals I can whip up in no time. . Make healthy meal prep a breeze and find your new favorite back-to-school recipe.
Here’s how to get your fix of good-for-your-heart EPA and DHA at upcoming Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Hanukkah meals—and beyond! Thanks to the folks at the Global Organization for EPA and DHA Omega-3 (GOED) for sponsoring this blog post. This is my favorite time of year, when the air turns crisp and the holidays are around the corner. While Thanksgiving is my absolute favorite holiday, I really love any excuse to get friends and family together for a meal.
Cherries are about to be in season, so take advantage of their immunity-boosting vitamin C and disease-fighting antioxidants. Jenny McCoy, pastry-chef instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education, in New York City, offers suggestions and tips to simplify your shopping and cooking. Originating in the Pacific Northwest, this slightly firm deep-red gem is a common commercially sold cherry. It’s sweet with a slight tartness, and it’s available now through early August.