Use any fruit you have as a yummy topping for this oatmeal.
Creamy yogurt and fresh fruit combine to make a filling weekday breakfast.
Fun breakfast treat perfect for a weekend morning.
Packed with protein and calcium, this parfait is a great way to start your day.
Pizza for breakfast? This breakfast version is made with an English muffin and eggs.
With just 5 minutes of prep time, this smoothie is the perfect way to jump-start your day.
The whole family will love this fabulous recipe!
Use honey instead of maple syrup in this classic breakfast dish.
This recipe is tasty, low-sugar, and perfect for breakfast.
Toasty, hearty English muffins topped with peanut butter and apples make a quick, weekday breakfast.
Oatmeal is a great make-ahead breakfast dish that can be warmed up in the microwave.
This recipe makes 30 mini muffins that your whole family will love.
With just five ingredients, this smoothie is quick, easy, and healthy.
When cooking this recipe, use canned beans labeled "low sodium," "reduced sodium," or "no salt added."
This soup is a great meal to make ahead of time and keep in the refrigerator for later. Make 2x the recipe for lots of leftovers!
You can make this low-sugar wrap in 15 minutes or less, so it’s perfect for a quick and easy lunch.
This delicious soup is the perfect way to use leftover rice and vegetables.
Make this salad for an after-school snack or dinner in the summer. It has lots of protein!
Garbanzo beans, also called chickpeas, are packed with fiber and protein.
Try this vegetarian dish – it contains onions, which have lots of vitamin C.
Be sure to put these leftovers in the fridge – this soup tastes even better the next day!
Try this stew instead of traditional meat stew. The lentils give you lots of protein and a full day’s fiber.
Serve with chopped onion and avocado for an extra kick.
Try these cakes stuffed with chicken, vegetables, and low-fat cheese for a yummy and exciting dinner or lunch.
This colorful salad is full of vegetables and can be served cold or at room temperature.
Salmon is packed with omega-3 fatty acids, so this salad is delicious and healthy!
Spiced-up lean ground turkey and veggies combine for a new take on an old favorite.
Packed with iron, magnesium, and essential vitamins, this refreshing salad is a great summer dish.
The nutrients in fish are important for heart health, so pack this for a light and easy lunch.
Crisp tortilla, melting cheese, and delicious veggies make a light and easy lunch.
Wrap up cream cheese and veggies in a whole wheat tortilla for a quick lunch.
Salads are a delicious way to use leftover meat and veggies. Pack up the dressing separately to take for lunch away from home.
These tasty treats are a healthier choice than a cookie.
Delicious frozen treat made with bananas and peanuts.
Kids love these crunchy, cheesy bites.
Slightly spicy popcorn and a glass of low-fat milk make the perfect afterschool snack.
Use whatever fruit you have on hand to top toasty English muffins and cream cheese.
The dark chocolate in this snack can help keep blood pressure low.
This hearty chili is perfect when you need to get dinner on the table fast.
Tilapia is a light fish that is easy to prepare and bake. Be sure to squeeze fresh lemon juice at the end!
This chili is a great source of fiber – and it’s vegetarian, too!
This twist on fried rice is high in fiber and vitamin B.
These tasty chicken strips are easy to make. Kids love them!
It's easy to make your own sauce for these cheesy enchiladas.
Try extra-virgin olive oil as a healthy and delicious swap for butter when making this vegetarian dish.
This easy-to-make main dish helps to increase the amount of vegetables you eat and can be made all in one pot.
Hearty one-dish dinner combines juicy chicken thighs with rice and vegetables.
Kids will love these, and they’re not even fried!
To save time and money, make and freeze this stew in advance.
The crispiness comes from corn flakes and baking rather than frying.
For less fat, bake chicken in the oven instead of frying.
Your whole family will love this enchilada recipe.
Pair this one-dish supper of ground turkey and vegetables with brown rice for a delicious meal.
Best part about this Four-Layer Casserole? Lunch the next day!
This traditional Hungarian dish is low in sugar.
Pork chops are a good lean meat choice. This recipe needs only four ingredients!
Muffin meatloaf is a fun way to make traditional meatloaf. It’s the perfect size for kids to enjoy!
This recipe can be made in one pan. It’s quick and delicious, and it’s easy to make and clean up.
Oven-fried fish is delicious and full of vitamins.
Try this light pasta dish with chicken or chicken sausage. Be sure to save the leftovers for lunch!
Easy and tasty fish tacos get a kick from packaged taco seasoning.
Whole wheat pasta dressed up with spinach and reduced fat cheddar cheese.
This tasty chili is full of healthy veggies and is low in sodium and sugar.
Lean ground turkey tastes great in this chili dish.
A yummy Caribbean favorite that is cholesterol free and made with very little added fat.
This recipe makes a quick, easy, tasty side dish.
This cheese casserole will become your family’s new favorite dish. It’s quick and will feed a crowd!
This salad is tasty, colorful, and can be put together in less than 15 minutes.
Kids (and adults!) will love this healthy spin on the classic mac ‘n cheese recipe.
The brown rice in this recipe is full of nutrients!
With only 5 minutes of prep time, this vegetarian dip is quick and nutritious.
Guacamole is packed with healthy nutrients and makes a great appetizer!
This vegetarian main dish is cholesterol-free, virtually fat-free, and has lots of vegetables.
Share this hearty vegetarian meal at your next potluck.
Pineapple, mandarin oranges, grapes, and bananas make this fruit salad a tasty summer treat.
Kids love these crispy bites of tender sweet potato.
Get vegetables on the table in minutes with this easy dish.
Apples and blueberries are delicious in this crisp but you can also substitute with peaches, nectarines, pears, plums, or blackberries.
This sweet treat takes just 2 minutes of prep time.
This frozen treat is topped with nutmeg, which has lots of health benefits.
Make this refreshing dessert for anyone with a sweet tooth.
This frozen dessert is high in vitamin C.
Everyone will love this light dessert.
Using unsweetened coconut flakes in these energy bites makes this snack low in sugar.
Eat this sweet treat without feeling guilty – it contains bananas, which just so happen to be great for your heart health.
This fruit salad is colorful and good for you.
This cool dessert is perfect in the hot summer.
Bananas baked with honey and cinnamon make a sweet treat.