Robin Miller’s twist on pesto — made with roasted red peppers and lower in fat than the traditional green Italian sauce, is wonderful on sandwiches, meat or fish.
Deep-fried restaurant-style taquitos can have hundreds of calories per piece, but Robin Miller’s lighter, baked tortillas are a healthier, make-at-home alternative.
Infuse your recipes with extra flavor by using oils flavored with garlic, herbs, hot pepper or ginger. Save some cash by making your own flavored oils at home.
Edamame (soybeans in the pod) are a low-calorie, fiber-packed nutrient powerhouse. Pick them up in the freezer aisle of your grocery store to have on hand for an easy, healthy snack.
Frozen bread dough is a quick cook’s best friend – especially when you think outside the traditional 1 pound baked-loaf-box.
Add more quinoa to your diet with these tips and a recipe for Chipotle-Quinoa Salad With Black Beans, Corn and Cilantro.
A taco salad in a deep-fried tortilla shell can have 900 calories, but this version — chicken taco salad in a baked tortilla bowl has less than 500.
Stock plenty of healthy snacks in your office so you’re not tempted to hit up the snack machine when hunger pangs strike.
Churros (deep-fried, cinnamon-and-sugar-coated pastry sticks) aren’t exactly the healthiest snack. But Robin Miller’s lightened-up baked churros are a better-for-you alternative.
It’s easy to eat too much, even of healthy foods, but if you keep in mind these visual comparisons, portion control will be much easier.