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Healthful cooking and eating a variety of foods are parts of a living a healthy lifestyle. Whether you are a pro or just starting out, try these flavorful yet simple recipes for a healthy meal. Or, if you are looking to try something in particular, just enter the ingredient in the search field below to search our recipe library.
A hearty soup chock full of beans and greens, this Italian classic features dried cranberry beans, also called borlotti beans. Their red-flecked skin turns pinkish-white when cooked.
The different colors and textures of the beans and lentils in this recipe produce a wonderfully satisfying salad. Bean salads tend to absorb flavors as they sit, so taste the salad before serving and add more vinegar or black pepper if necessary.
Originating from the Alsace region of France, this dish combines both fresh and dried apples, as well as apple juice or cider, to lend a hint of sweetness to the tender braised pork. Use your favorite variety of apple or try Fuji or Honeycrisp. Serve with boiled new potatoes or rice.
These striking baked apples, stuffed with millet and sweet raisins, make a beautiful breakfast alongside veggie sausage and whole wheat pancakes or waffles. For a dessert treat, serve à la mode or take to the Rosh Hashanah table with an added drizzle of honey.
Quinoa is naturally wheat and gluten free and is a good source of complete protein for vegans and vegetarians. Try it in this quick and flavorful pilaf.
The addition of bulgur wheat to these burgers not only helps stretch a meal but it also achieves a more delicately flavored burger with a lower fat content and higher fiber than traditional burgers. Substitute ground lamb for the beef, if you like.
Traditional beef stews are cooked at low temperatures for long periods of time to tenderize tough cuts of beef. This recipe takes a shortcut by using a more tender cut of beef, reducing the overall cooking time and giving you a chance to get out of the kitchen. Leftovers make satisfying lunches or easy weeknight meals.
This satisfying stew is an adaptation of a classic French comfort dish. Flageolet beans are traditionally used, but try other white beans such as cannellini or navy for equally delicious results.
Colorful and crunchy, the sweetness of the oranges in this salad is a tasty contrast to the sharp clean flavor of fennel. Save any juice that accumulates when you slice the oranges and use it when making the dressing, if you like.
Choose Yukon Gold, red or white potatoes to make this easy chowder. Serve it with soup crackers or hunks of crusty sourdough bread.
Sweet potatoes and apples add moistness and natural sweetness to this simple cake.
The bright flavors of this dish make it an excellent starter, or try it served alongside steamed fish or scallops.
Serves 4 to 6
This pear compote works great as a dessert on any cold night! You can also mix it with Greek yogurt and enjoy it as a snack or quick breakfast with some unsalted walnuts or almonds. It’s low in calories and contains fiber, vitamins and minerals to keep you healthy and string all year round.
This delicious fish dish for one cooks in no time with no mess-the perfect meal! Serve with steamed rice or buttered pasta and a green salad.
Any fresh chard will do, but rainbow chard is beautiful in this simple sauté that highlights the rich flavor of chard with added protein from the peas and a little kick of red pepper.
Makes about 2 Cups
Enjoy this easy-to-make cranberry sauce recipe. This sauce will keep for up to 2 weeks in the refrigerator and works great on meat, in yogurt, or on a classic turkey sandwich.
Cocoa is full of important antioxidants, beans are a great source of carbohydrates and lean protein (which are so important for exercise recovery!), and the soy protein in tofu can stimulate protein synthesis. All in all, this vegetarian chili is the perfect post-run meal.
Don't have time in the morning for breakfast? Be sure to try this quick and delicious cereal - it takes less than 15 minutes!
This weeknight-friendly soup is made easy by using quick-cooking bulgur. Note that the bulgur will continue to absorb the liquid if kept overnight so you may need to stir in additional broth when reheating to return to desired consistency.
Make a big batch of these oatmeal jars on Sunday night to have on-the-go breakfasts for the whole week. If you like, top the oatmeal with chopped apples just before serving.
Need an easy recipe that everyone in the family will love? Try this delicious recipe created by our Director of Culinary Services' mother.
Having a party? These delicious mini-turkey burgers are sure to be a hit! To make your planning easier, they can also be prepared in advance, frozen and reheated.
Smooth and crunchy, this dessert is not only delicious, it is also high in protein & calcium.
You can easily make a meal of this herb-and-garlic tomato soup paired with lightly crunchy toast liberally topped with creamy, rich avocado spread.
Kasha pairs well with lentils to create a delicious, all-in-one dish!
Filled with currants and warm spices, this gluten-free muffin will surely hit the sweet spot!
Chia seeds soaked overnight turn into a simple pudding, similar in consistency to tapioca.
Serve this colorful stir-fry over steamed brown rice. Use any leftover ginger oil to make a spicy vinaigrette dressing, perfect for drizzling over steamed vegetables or a crisp green salad.
This sweet and savory dish is a twist on the traditional pilaf. Wild and brown rice add fiber and texture to this hearty and delightful meal.
Need to warm up on a cold day? This delicious roasted squash and apple soup will add warmth and color to your table.
Both crispy and chewy, ginger cookies are always a favorite.
Lentils are full of fiber and flavor, adding texture and taste to any meal. This easy and colorful recipe is a wonderful source of protein and is budget-friendly.
Want the delicious taste of sweet potato fries but not the fat? With this low fat recipe you won't feel guilty. Kids will love these too.
Loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, salmon is not only good for you but is delicious too! Try this easy salmon recipe to warm you up this winter.
Loaded with vitamins and minerals, eggplants are available all year round to enjoy. Try this no sweat and no fry recipe to receive the nutritional benefits of eggplant without cutting out the flavor and taste.
Lacinato kale, or dinosaur kale, isn't as tough as curly kale which makes it terrific for raw salads and slaws. Enjoy this colorful slaw as a side dish, or toss in a grain to make a hearty meal!
Wondering what to serve the young ones for snack? Try these delicious, reduced fat and not-too-sweet chocolate treats.
Need an idea for a quick dinner meal for the family? Try this delicious chicken and couscous recipe. Use whole wheat couscous for additional fiber.
For a simple, delicious plant-based meal, serve with sautéed greens over brown rice or grain of your choice.
These are not overly sweet muffins and will go well with a meal or alone. Any hearty winter squash such as butternut, acorn or kabocha can be used in place of pumpkin, as can yams or sweet potatoes. If using a very sweet squash or sweet potato, add only 3 to 4 tablespoons of sugar.
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