Do you need a tasty yet healthy Christmas cookie? We've got you covered, with a dessert option that doesn't deliver a lot of calories and fat.
Need a cute dessert for your holiday party? You can't go wrong with these Orange-Walnut Tassies, which look like tiny pies. Added bonus? They're just 78 calories each and use vitamin C-rich oranges, so no need to feel any holiday guilt if you serve (or eat) them.
Caesar salad is popular, but it's one salad that can over-deliver calories due to the egg yolks (in the dressing), anchovies, vegetable oil, and high-fat croutons. Our recipe is a vegetarian version that cuts the yolks and anchovies.
Even if baking cookies isn't a big part of your holiday tradition, you'll love this recipe. After just 15 minutes of prep and 30 minutes in the fridge, you'll be enjoying a sweet and crunchy treat that's loaded with heart-healthy dried cranberries and almonds.
If you love Asian food, but hate the calories, we suggest this recipe for Thai Green Curry, a one-pot dish that takes only 30 minutes to make–which may even be quicker than your food delivery person.
The microwave has been relegated to serve as a simple heater of leftovers, but it's good for so much more. No, we don’t mean they’re also a cancer-causing death trap — there’s little convincing evidence that microwave ovens release enough radiation to harm human beings. In fact, microwave ovens have been taking undeserved criticism for way too long: they’re called ovens for a reason, and they can create meals equal to anything from a standard oven.
Searching for the ultimate fish taco? You'll find the perfect combination of ingredients in this recipe for Fish Tacos with Cabbage-Carrot Slaw and Spicy Crema.
Ditch your takeout for this healthier homemade pizza: Broccoli Rabe and Cheese Pizza. It takes less than 30 minutes to make—probably faster than you'd get takeout!