Here's a great roundup of 50 easy, healthy, low-calorie soup recipes made with real food! Here in NY we're expecting a blizzard of the century!
These Tomato and Mozzarella Tarts taste like mini pizzas, a fun Superbowl appetizer if you're having friends over!
Everything you love about lasagna – all in one bowl of soup! Loaded with chicken sausage, lasagna noodles, marinara and cheese.
This faux lo mein dish is made with zoodles (zucchini noodles) in place of noodles and the results are DELISH (and bonus under 300 calories)!
These poached pears are simple and wonderful, whether you want to serve them for breakfast or dessert.
These mini meatballs, made with a combo of lean ground beef and spicy turkey sausage are browned in a skillet (or you can bake them) then finish cooking in the slow cooker.
I LOVE bacon – who doesn't? And I love a BLT sandwich. This salad, featured in The Skinnytaste Cookbook has all the flavors I love in the sandwich without the extra calories you get from eating it on bread!
Here's an EASY dinner solution: tender chunks of chicken, breaded and baked until golden topped with Bang Bang sauce.
I'm so honored to be a guest blogger this month for Better Homes and Gardens. The task was simple, test out a few of their snack recipes adding my own spin to share on their blog, Delish Dish.
These Asian Salmon Bowls are my new addiction!! Served over brown rice and topped with cucumbers, avocado and sprouts and drizzled with a soy-wasabi vinaigrette – SO good!
It's snowing in New York – perfect soup day! And black bean soup is a hearty, filling, fiber-rich soup.
An open-faced egg salad sandwich with wild Nova salmon and cucumber slices – under 300 calories, protein packed, and loaded with good fats.
Shrimp with lemon, lemon zest and garlic over zucchini noodles – this dish is EASY low-carb, gluten-free, paleo-friendly, very satisfying and took less than 20 minutes to make, start to finish and it was DELICIOUS!
As 2014 comes to an end, I find myself reflecting on the past 12 months, thinking about the journey, challenges, and lessons learned but also to remind myself to be thankful and count my blessings.
Mussels in a spicy red marinara sauce – simple and elegant, best served with lots of whole wheat crusty bread for dipping into the delicious sauce.
Eggs baked with sweet Italian chicken sausage, broccoli, roasted peppers and mozzarella cheese. I love the convenience of making a large breakfast casserole when I have friends and family over for breakfast or brunch.
This stew made with pork, hominy and spices is so comforting, especially on a cold winter night. And leftovers taste even better the next day.
These cookies are amazing!!! And so easy to make, you don't even need a mixer! I recently discovered that Nutella has just about the same amount of fat as almond butter, which gave me the idea to add them to my nut butter cookies.
These flour-less almond butter cookies are SO good, and made with only 3 ingredients (almond butter, raw sugar and an egg)!
Creamy mashed cauliflower made with a touch of whipped butter, buttermilk, garlic and herbs and topped with cheese and bacon – you'll swear it's loaded with fat!