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Baked Shrimp & Vegetable Fritatta

Baked Shrimp & Vegetable Fritatta

In a grab-and-go breakfast world, eggs feel like a luxury. They’re a lazy-Saturday-morning meal, or a perk when plattered and presented for a special brunch. But really, in about as much time as it takes to make a bowl of chopped fruit-topped oatmeal ...
Lemon-Ginger Salmon With Sesame Seeds

Lemon-Ginger Salmon With Sesame Seeds

Battling the temptation of heavy holiday fare is a fear all dieters face this time of year. A simple solution? Keep meals at home light and healthy with dishes like this Asian-inspired lemon-ginger salmon. No fat-free fake dressings or sodium-laden i ...
Pumpkin Burgers

Pumpkin Burgers

Pies, muffins, cookies—when pumpkin fever hits, orange is the new everything and your kitchen couldn’t smell better. But don’t limit your love of this favorite fall veggie (technically a fruit) to sweets and treats. These savory burgers are a creativ ...
Spinach & Pine Nut Stuffed Chicken Breasts

Spinach & Pine Nut Stuffed Chicken Breasts

They say it’s what’s inside that counts—and this entrée is no exception. Bursting with spinach and protein-packed pine nuts, these baked chicken breasts are stuffed with nutrition and gourmet flavor, with the added bonus of being diet friendly. A sin ...
Baked Low-Fat Mexican Tortilla Wedges

Baked Low-Fat Mexican Tortilla Wedges

You could eat just over a quarter cup of almonds. Or a piece of string cheese and an apple. Or a half cup of vanilla ice cream. But for the same amount of calories – about 225 – wouldn’t you rather fill up on a hot, restaurant-style Mexican meal? Loa ...
Herbed Vegetable-Medley Casserole

Herbed Vegetable-Medley Casserole

Unless you’re vegetarian—and often even when you are—veggies are cast as a side, an add-on, something that completes the meal rather than “makes it.” But with this casserole, power-packed plant food takes center stage on your plate. A colorful medley ...
Flax-Powered Very Berry Oatmeal

Flax-Powered Very Berry Oatmeal

Dieting involves a lot of guesswork: how big is a serving, when’s the best time to eat, what foods are off limits? Having a go-to, healthy meal that you know is good for you and is easy to prepare can be a real relief. Here’s one to add to your break ...