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Tofu 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, June 4, 2010

tofu and beef lettuce cups

I’m always trying to convince people to experiment with protein-packed tofu. It’s versatile, easy to use, and has only 15 calories per ounce. Don’t think you’re a fan of this soy protein? These  5 recipes might just change your mind.

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Grilled Chicken 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, May 24, 2010
Grilled Chicken Recipe
Grilled Chicken Paillards with Herb-Tomato Salad

We’re celebrating the unofficial start of summer here at Healthy Eats with Memorial Day recipes all week long. Today, we’re featuring a crowd-pleasing favorite: Grilled chicken. Plain old grilled chicken breasts are a tasty and healthy option, but there are so many other ways to spice up this lean protein! Fire up the grill and get creative with five tasty recipes.

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Strawberries 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, Healthy Recipes, May 20, 2010

strawberries with ricotta cream

In-season strawberries are delicious all by themselves, but I love to enjoy these nutrient-packed berries other ways too — from traditional sweets to new savory twists.  Give these 5 recipes a try while the red gems are at their peak.

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5 Ingredients: Chocolate-Peanut Butter Smoothie

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, Healthy Recipes, May 19, 2010
Toby's Chocolate, Peanut Butter and Banana Smoothie
Toby's Chocolate, Peanut Butter and Banana Smoothie

My family is always in a rush, so I like to whip up smoothies for a quick on-the-go snack or meal. To satisfy my chocolate cravings (and hunger), I make this recipe with five simple ingredients I always have on hand.

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Chili Peppers 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, May 4, 2010

grilled shrimp lettuce serrano

Cooking with fresh chili peppers adds big flavor (without calories) to all kinds of recipes – even dessert! Whether you’re a fan of mild peppers or four-alarm heat, we’re breaking down the different types of these tiny spice powerhouses. Then, light a fire in your kitchen with five hot dishes.

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Rhubarb 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, In Season, April 13, 2010
Rhubarb Crumble Recipe
Spring Rhubarb Crumble - Photo by Con Poulos/Food Network Magazine

I’ve always been fascinated by nutrient-packed rhubarb. It looks like a large piece of red celery, is incredibly tart and is a frequent dessert star.  But don’t limit rhubarb to the sweets table — there are quite a few things to do with this quintessential spring goodie.  If you’ve never experienced this pleasingly sour plant, try it! Here are 5 different ways.

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Pork 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, 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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Eggs 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, Easter, March 31, 2010
Italian Egg Sandwich
Deviled Eggs With Apple Compote

Eggs have gotten a bad wrap for being too high in cholesterol, but according to the American Heart Association, an egg a day is a-okay. Here are five ways to make this versatile ingredient, including the Easter classic: deviled eggs.

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Potatoes 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, 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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Shrimp 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, Healthy Recipes, February 17, 2010

roasted shrimp
Three ounces of shrimp only contains 84 calories and 1 gram of fat and comes packed with selenium and energy-boosting B-vitamins. As long as you keep portions under control (and forgo the frying), there’s no need to stress about the cholesterol. Shrimp lovers, try these five recipes.

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