Cooking en papillote is a no-fuss, simple way to cook fish that doesn’t make a mess out of your kitchen. In this recipe, we use cod, blood orange and fennel with salty olives and capers for an aromatic dish that will transport you right to the French coast.
If you’re like me, the pasta cravings can hit hard. However, the rich, creamy, cheese-laden fillings and sauces don’t fall into my healthy-eating plans. I have a solution: Re-think classic stuffed shells with fiber-rich vegetables – no dairy needed.
Few foods do a better job of warming you to your core than a hearty lentil soup. Come fall, lentils are always on heavy rotation in my house – not only because they’re hearty and healthy, but they’re also affordable and easy to cook. In this lentil soup, I add toasty Indian spices […]
February is National Heart Month, and we’re celebrating by sharing some heart-healthy takes on our go-to winter food: Soup! It’s comforting, versatile, and so easy to make. Whip up a big pot of Garlic Broth and bring it to a sick friend in need or keep a pot of Tomato Barley Soup simmering on the stove for a help-yourself kind of dinner. Not only can these recipes be made in advance, they are good for you and are an easy way to feed the whole family.
Getting out the door in the morning is hectic! Do yourself a favor and prep a week’s worth of healthy, on-the-go breakfasts NOW. From a freezable breakfast burrito to a creamy chia pudding, all of these recipes are hearty and packed with all of the nutrients and fiber you need first thing in the morning.
Stick to your healthy-eating New Year’s resolutions with the help of these fast-and-easy dinner recipes. Each one is packed with vegetables and lean proteins, requires few dishes and is on the table in under 45 minutes. Did we mention they’re all totally delicious, too? Here, 5 nourishing recipes to try out this week.
We’re sweetening up dinner with some super sweet deals! Two of these weeknight meal ideas are under $5 a meal.
There’s nothing ‘ancient’ about our recipes using ancient grains. We’re giving ancient grains a few refreshing new spin for the new year and including a few fabulous wine pairings for these lighter dishes!
This diet worked for me once, so I’m doing it again to start the new year! It’s a no-brainer diet, and that’s what I love about it. They do all the work for you–prepare the food, choose the meals (you can have input) and monitor your progress.
It’s no secret: bigger is better in Texas, and my friends over at Burger Palace are serving up giant portions hoping that your appetite is fit for a king or your backyard grill has plenty of room this weekend! All their burgers are made from the healthiest and tastiest beef money can buy– American Akaushi Kobe beef – a full two grades higher than US Prime! Not only is the end result make for a more tender, juicy, flavorful burger, BUT it’s also the healthier choice.
Tired of the same old burger? Then check out these healthy, delicious new salmon burgers from H-E-B. Talk about good taste – Italian Bruschetta Burgers with Tomatoes and Parmesan, Fiesta Jalapeno Cheddar Burgers chock-full of zesty spice and rich cheese…
We have the best of intentions every new year when it comes to dieting, but after a few weeks my determination always starts to wane. I asked Rosie Benner, former HEB registered dietician to come up with three quick and easy…and healthy meals. These are a cinch to put together, they all taste great!
Eating like royalty will certainly pack on the pounds… but wow, is it ever a lot of fun.
You’ll never convince me it’s true! A story on Reuters this week stated that organic food has no nutritional or health benefits over ordinary food. The study was conducted by an apparently well respected research institute in London (from the quick Google search I did). The reporter instinct in me is skeptical on many levels.