Turn sweet potatoes into tender sweet potato gnocchi — making them from scratch is easier than you think!
Get smoky barbecue flavor without a lot of excess sodium by adding a drop of liquid smoke to your recipes, like in this juicy turkey burger.
Layer refried beans, guacamole, salsa and cheese onto store-bought flatbreads and roll it up to create a fun Mexican “sushi” roll.
Try a new, colorful take on smashed potatoes: used purple, red and gold fingerlings instead of the usual spuds.
When you think of healthy food, cheese fries don’t usually come to mind, but Robin’s resolution-friendly version has fewer than 300 calories per serving.
This bread pudding works for breakfast or dessert — make it the night before you’re planning to serve it and heat it up while the coffee is brewing.
Inspired by her son’s request, Robin created a broiled grapefruit and avocado salsa that’s great for dipping tortilla chips or shrimp or for serving over chicken.
Serve this coffee cake — lightened up with low-fat yogurt and light butter — for brunch, breakfast or dessert.
No matter what you call these noodles (cellophane, mung bean, bean thread, long rice, rice stick, glass) you’ll love creating new dishes with this easy-to-cook ingredient.
Burgers can well be part of a healthy diet; use these tips to build a better burger at home or at a restaurant.