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
Once again, rotisserie chickens can really relieve the
dinner-rush pressure-especially in this Italian-inspired soup
that cries out for a piece of crusty bread and a glass of red
Using basic canned goods and a few other staples, you can
make this comforting soup in just minutes. The trick to achieving
a full-bodied homemade flavor from canned chicken broth is to
freshen it up with a handful of herbs, some...
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.
This streamlined version of a northern Italian idea is
perfect for a summer evening: no-fuss, no-cook and big taste. You
can even make it ahead and store it, covered, in the refrigerator
for several days.
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?
These burritos are something of a Tex-Mex wonder: tangy
barbecue sauce, some roast chicken (or rotisserie chicken) and
vegetables, all wrapped up in tortillas. For the best taste, look
for a fiery barbecue sauce without added...
Rather than a heavy coating, these chicken fingers are
lightly covered in a spicy ground almond and whole-wheat flour
mixture that'll have the kids forgetting about fast food and
begging for this dinnertime treat.
Toss leftover cooked chicken with barbecue sauce and
crunchy carrots for a quick and healthy lunch.
Sliced strawberries and reduced-fat cream cheese come
together in a sandwich for this quick and healthy lunchbox