by Kerri-Ann Jennings, M.S., R.D. in Healthy Recipes, February 9, 2016
by Emily Lee in Healthy Recipes, February 4, 2016
Oatmeal is a great way to get heart-healthy whole grains into your breakfast, but it’s not the only way. With a little prep work, you can turn lots of whole grains into a morning meal — from quinoa and brown rice to millet and polenta. Try this easy, versatile, DIY recipe to make a healthy, hot breakfast in minutes.
This recipe uses leftover cooked grains from your fridge. If you don’t have any… get on that! Keeping a big batch of cooked whole grains in the fridge is a timesaving step for lots of healthy meals.
by Alexandra Caspero in Healthy Recipes, February 4, 2016
If there’s any day of the year to indulge your most-hedonistic dip fantasies, it’s Game Day — a national event so synonymous with chips and dip that there are actually NFL-brand serving trays made to enhance the ubiquitous snack food’s visual appeal and ease of consumption, all in the name of football. But why choose an oil-laden dip when you can dig into creamy, comforting creations for less than 10 grams of fat per serving? If you’re hosting a viewing party this year, you’ll definitely want to skip the sad jarred nacho cheese in favor of these homemade recipes.
by Silvana Nardone in Healthy Recipes, January 31, 2016
When I think of stuffed peppers, I’m reminded of the cheesy, tomato-and-beef-filled versions my mom made when I was a child. I didn’t fall in love with bell peppers until much later in life, so I used to dread those dinners. I would sprinkle on extra cheese and eat only the filling, leaving as much baked pepper behind as possible. Thankfully, my taste buds have matured and I now love bell peppers, especially the slightly smoky taste of roasted ones.
by Alexandra Caspero in Healthy Recipes, January 30, 2016
Game-day party planning is no easy task — especially for starving football fans. Add gluten intolerance to the mix and you may just feel like throwing in the towel. But, really, there’s no need to stress. You’re just minutes away from party prowess with these good-for-you game-day snacks.
by EA Stewart in Healthy Recipes, January 29, 2016
I grew up on macaroni and cheese. In my Italian family, my mom showed her love through pasta, homemade sauce and plenty of cheese. She knew that comfort was achieved through chewy pasta and a creamy cheese sauce, whether you had a tough day at school or a sore throat. So it’s no surprise that I’ve followed a similar comfort food path as an adult. Long days, arguments and dreary weather are all solved with bowls of piping-hot, luscious macaroni. It’s “I love you” without having to utter a single word.
by Emily Lee in Healthy Recipes, January 28, 2016
Move over, quinoa. There’s a “hot” new whole grain in town — sorghum! And, with its nutty taste and slightly chewy texture, antioxidant-rich sorghum has quickly become one of my favorite healthy and nourishing gluten-free grains to experiment with in the kitchen.
by Kerri-Ann Jennings, M.S., R.D. in Healthy Recipes, January 25, 2016
No one should be expected to forgo mac and cheese in the dead of winter. This, the creamiest of all comfort foods, is our only solace when an apocalyptic blizzard is headed our way. Without a doubt, box mixes are convenient — but those cheesy orange powders and squeezable pouches of “Cheddar” contain hidden preservatives and not-so-hidden synthetic dyes that our bodies could do without. Steer clear of undesirable (and unpronounceable) ingredients while still getting your coze on with these wholesome homemade macs from Food Network.
by EA Stewart in Healthy Recipes, January 23, 2016
These seven drinks will keep you warm all winter long:
by Min Kwon, MS, RD in Healthy Recipes, January 22, 2016
Brighten your morning with a nourishing bowl of Citrus Overnight Oatmeal topped with fresh, seasonal oranges!
An enchilada, by definition, is a corn tortilla filled with various ingredients and drenched in cheese and sauce. Today’s recipe doesn’t involve any rolling of tortillas, nor does it require covering with copious amounts of cheese. However, every bite will remind you of the flavors of this popular comfort food.