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Pork 5 Ways

by in Uncategorized, April 6, 2010
Slow-Cooker Pork Tacos
Slow-Cooker Pork Tacos - Photo by Tina Rupp/Food Network Magazine

It’s a common misconception that all pork products are bad for you. Sure, you want to stick to modest — and only occasional — servings of fatty, salty bacon, but lean cuts of pork are just as low in fat and calories as chicken breast. If you’re bored with the same old chicken recipes, give these five healthy pork recipes a try.

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Chicken Parmesan, Lightened Up

by in Meal Makeovers, April 1, 2010
Chicken Parmesan
Food Network Kitchen’s Chicken Parmesan

Classic chicken Parmesan comes breaded, fried and smothered in mozzarella cheese and then served alongside a plate of pasta. With all that, an order at some restaurants can tip the scales at 1,500 calories and 80 grams of fat per serving. Here’s how to get the same flavor minus the extra fat.

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Spotlight Recipes: Easter Goodies

by in Healthy Holidays, Healthy Recipes, March 29, 2010
Robin's Eggs Cupcakes
Robin's Egg Easter Basket Cupcakes

Keep this year’s Easter celebration seasonal with the flavors of spring. Here are a few simple, fresh recipes to serve at your holiday meal — plus, a couple classic choices.

Need suggestions for a whole spread? Check out our full Easter menu.

Also, read up on our tips for a lower-calorie baked ham and natural dyes for Easter eggs.

5 Ingredients: Dark Chocolate Bark (2 Ways!)

by in 5-Ingredient Recipes, March 24, 2010

Chocolate Bark
Easter is second on the list of top-selling candy holidays (after Halloween, of course). Skip the sugary jellybeans, chocolate eggs and marshmallow chicks and make your candy with some healthy ingredients thrown in. Chocolate bark is the easiest sweets recipe ever!

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Make Your Own Salad Dressing

by in Healthy Recipes, Meal Makeovers, March 23, 2010

Simple Salad Dressing
Bottled salad dressings are my pet peeve — the majority of them are full of sodium, sugar and other preservatives. Whether you like a vinaigrette or the creamy stuff, you only need a few simple ingredients (and a couple minutes) to make some yourself.

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Spotlight Recipes: Healthy Casseroles

by in Healthy Recipes, March 22, 2010

Peach French Toast Bake
Casseroles are an easy and tasty way to feed a crowd, but many recipes are loaded with fatty cream sauces or layers of cheese. We’ve got some sensible (and of course, delicious) casserole dishes, including breakfast and dessert!

Taste Test: Canned Chicken Noodle Soup

by in Taste Test, March 18, 2010

Canned Chicken Noodle Soup
I stopped eating canned soups years ago because, really, who needed all that sodium? Nowadays, there are many low-sodium varieties and they can be handy when you need a fast fix. We tested some of the most popular chicken noodle soups — see how they ranked.

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Dressing Up Day-Old Bread

by in Healthy Recipes, March 17, 2010

Pesto Crostini
There’s nothing better than freshly baked bread, but when it’s preservative-free, fresh bread dries out quickly. The dilemma: You may not use the whole loaf in one day and whatever is left is too good to toss. Get more mileage out of that extra bread with these ideas.

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Potatoes 5 Ways

by in Healthy Recipes, March 16, 2010

Baked Lemon Fries
Carb-phobes, don’t shy away from potatoes. They’re high in fiber, protein, iron and even vitamin C — and taste yummy, too. Since they’re so easy to work with, we could probably give you 50 healthy recipes, but let’s start with five of our favorite ways to enjoy them.

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