Much lower in fat than their deep-fried cousins.
Our version of the classic, convenience dinner is sure to
please the whole family, even with the added fresh vegetables.
Make It a Meal: Serve with roasted potato wedges and steamed
Our mac-and-cheese makeover wins raves of approval, having
all the comfort and great taste of its predecessors with a
substantially more healthful profile. It uses whole-wheat pasta
and includes a colorful layer of spinach.
Here's our updated version of the classic -- and
great proof that you can have your, well, melt and eat it, too,
even if you're building a healthy lifestyle. How about a
tossed green salad on the side?
We can't resist big, soft, fudgy cookies, like those found
in glass jars on bake-shop counters. These freeze exceptionally
well-layer them in a freezer-safe container between sheets of wax
paper; thaw 15 minutes at room...
An old favorite with an updated nutritional profile, but
still as moist and delicious as ever.
In revisiting this classic, we put the meat back in the
"loaf" by using ultra-lean ground beef and turkey. With fresh
whole-wheat breadcrumbs and beer-simmered sweet onions,
youll never notice the missing fat.
Why put the cheese on top of the burger when half of it
just melts off--Instead, form the burger around the cheese so you
can char the meat and safeguard the more delicate flavors. Use
any mixture of hard or semihard...
An updated and untraditional rémoulade makes a tangy
sauce for these spice-rubbed shrimp. While this is a warm-weather
favorite on the grill, you can also cook the shrimp under a
EatingWell reader Sidra Goldman of Washington, D.C.,
contributed this fresh-tasting whole-wheat pasta recipe. Lemon
zest accents the basil beautifully.