Blend sweet seasonal watermelon with onions, cucumbers and fresh herbs for a savory, refreshing soup.
Healthy springtime vegetables combine in this hearty, delicious soup. Yum!
If you like a good smoothie, you'll love this exotic twist made with ripe red bananas, luscious blood oranges, kefir and Greek yogurt.
Make your feast a little lighter with this quick savory stuffing recipe.
It's apple season. Take advantage by stirring up this comforting homemade applesauce.
Easy to prep and packed with vitamins, savory Swiss chard partners perfectly with all meats.
This crunchy, tangy and protein-packed breakfast is a tasty staple for any weight loss plan.
Sweet maple syrup and tart Granny Smith apples combine with smoked bacon for a savory, fiber-rich fall side dish.
Think outside the pie by using this sweet summer fruit as a spicy dip or meat accompaniment.
Freshen up with this low-calorie, high-flavor, easy frozen snack.
Spice up seasonal rhubarb with traditional Indian seasonings to make a light, sweet and savory dip or spread.
Add some spring colors to your dinner plate with this fresh, flavorful, seasonal side dish.
Zesty mango salsa is great by itself or as a fresh accompaniment to fish, chicken and pork dishes.
Switch up your snack or breakfast routine with this simply sweet and fiber-full fruit compote.
Cut your liquid calories in half with this antioxidant-packed party drink.
Sweet dates and figs balance this savory, Asian-style coleslaw. Bonus: it’s low-fat and low-calorie too!
No fat! No cholesterol! And so yummy that you don't have to be watching your diet to love this guilt-free dessert.
Make your meat taste sweet with a fruity sauce that packs plenty of antioxidant punch.
The whole-wheat flour and antioxidant ginger in these cookies make munching guilt-free.
Kick-start your morning with this power-packed smoothie filled with the right kind of healthy carbs, protein (from the yogurt) and calcium.
For a refreshing finish, top this fiber-, protein- and nutrient-rich salad off with fresh lime juice dressing.
Whatever the season, everyone can enjoy a tasty, fat-free snowflake cookie all year long.
These refreshing, bite-size muffins are perfect for breakfast or snack time. They're even festive enough for special-occasion brunches during the holidays.
Once you realize that all forms of fruit -- fresh, canned, frozen or dried -- count as nutrient-rich choices, you'll have no problem eating more every day.
This Halloween, enjoy your own homemade healthy candy snack. Low in fat yet rich in chocolate, it will continue to satisfy a sweet tooth well beyond the spooky holiday.
Couscous, a traditional North African grain, is a tasty and versatile complex carbohydrate substitute for white rice. It's also a quick and easy option to make with any protein.
Great for a tailgate party or a weeknight meal, no one will know this low-fat and no-saturated-fat "meaty" filling is actually meatless.
Lentils, a type of dried beans, are some of the most nutrient-rich foods you can eat. Make a big batch, store in the refrigerator and enjoy at several meals -- what a timesaver!