This satisfying soup will be great on a cold day to heat your soul. This soup, full of nutrition and flavor, uses frozen squash to cut the time in the kitchen.
Want a healthier option for a pumpkin dessert? This recipe is so quick to put together and is made out of whole foods! It contains no flour, sugar or butter but is still satisfying. This is a great kid-friendly recipe as well.
Making pesto is quick and easy and is such a versatile sauce. You can whip this up ahead of time and use it on baked chicken, salmon, veggies or whole wheat pasta. It is also great as a spread on a sandwich or a dip. Check out this video with community nutrition educator Bridgette Bostic, R.D.N., showing how to make it at home.
Breakfast is a very important meal to start the day, and this overnight oat recipe is easy, healthy and oh-so satisfying! The high fiber and protein will keep you full, and the pumpkin pie flavor is irresistible!
Need a new chicken salad recipe? This one will become a favorite, filled with flavor and healthy ingredients. Curry can be a wonderful spice for the cooler weather months to keep you warm and satisfied. Pair this with some whole grain bread for a sandwich or over top dark leafy greens for a nutritious salad.
Have you ever tried soba noodles before? These delicious Japanese noodles are made from buckwheat, which is naturally gluten free and lower in carbohydrates and calories than your average white flour noodle. This spicy recipe will not disappoint.
It’s the time of the year for chili! This delicious recipe is great for your weekly meal prep or to freeze for later. Substituting ground turkey for beef lowers saturated fat and calories. Enjoy!
If you are looking for a higher fiber breakfast or snack that is sweet but healthy, try carrot cake cookies! About two cookies would be a serving size and provides 6 grams of fiber. Pair with some nonfat Greek yogurt or hard-boiled eggs for added protein and fullness for a well-balanced breakfast.
Cabbage tends to be an overlooked vegetable. Because it is part of the cruciferous family, it has anti-cancer properties and is loaded with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Making a slaw is a great way to utilize this nutritious vegetable to eat on its own or pair with a lean protein. Enjoy!
Summer is the time for fresh, in-season tomatoes. One way to spice up your life is to make homemade salsa, which is so much better than the stuff you buy at the grocery store! By roasting the vegetables first, you develop more of a smoky flavor, sure to be a crowd-pleaser. This goes great over tacos, scrambled eggs or with your favorite tortilla chip.