Taking a long car trip can wreak havoc on your diet. If you don't plan ahead, it's very likely you will spend a day living on fast food, candy bars, bags of chips and soda. But we have some healthy tips for your road trip!
How about an oldie but goodie to add to your healthy food repertoire? One product my cabinet is never without is Mrs. Dash®. Mrs. Dash® seasoning blends are something my family has used for years. It adds a burst of flavor with no calories, sodium or fat. What other product does all that? While we enjoy the entire line of Mrs. Dash®, our favorite is Garlic and Herb. We love it on bagels with cream cheese, steamed or sautéed veggies, soups, stews, salads -- just about everything.
Your child is sure to have a screaming good time this Halloween with these scary edibles. These fun recipes will help you create a creepy atomosphere and spookfest to remember.
Beautiful in its simplicity, this classic roasting technique will convert Brussel sprout haters into fans. This delicious side dish makes a great addition to your Thanksgiving feast or any dinner.
This kid-friendly recipe is a great substitute for potato salad at a potluck or casual dinner.
Except for slicing the vegetables, this is a salad even a young child can easily compose. And it's a delicious way to introduce kids to fresh-from-the garden food.
This traditional Tuscan pasta dish is bursting with the flavor of summer tomatoes. It's also a great way to introduce kids to fresh-from-the-garden food.
Summer vegetables are something we look forward to each year and this pita sandwich melt is full of garden-fresh goodness. Try this healthy recipe for lunch or brunch.
This soup's got it all: the daring, sophisticated scrumptiousness of Thai flavors and the texture, sweetness, and orange comfort of baby food.
Sweet potatoes don't require marshmallows to make them palatable. Here's a simple way to enjoy their rich flavor.