They have no added sugar, and don’t taste weird like packaged energy bars.
Caribbean flavors — lime, thyme and allspice — take the dish in a tropical direction.
Crispy-skinned sheet-pan chicken and cabbage scores high on flavor and low on effort.
These mini fritattas are packed with hearty quinoa and colorful sauteed vegetables.
This bright winter salad stands up boldly to the season’s savory stews, soups and roasted dishes.
Thanks to a triple-threat of healthful ingredients this soup gets its luxurious texture with no cream at all.
This one skips the sausage and cream, so you won’t feel like napping after enjoying it.
Cream cheese and thickened milk make it delightfully creamy but not gut-bomb rich.
Cozy and comforting, it boasts a muffinlike crumb, fresh cranberries and brown-sugared walnuts.
This savory dish is a score year-round, but especially so during the hectic holiday season.
Because no crust is involved, these pies in pudding cup form are much more healthful and simpler to make.
Dish up a stunning turkey centerpiece with seasonal sides for four in about an hour from start to finish.
Pork chile verde is a white and green number that gets its heat from fresh poblano and jalapeno chiles.
Thinly sliced roasted potatoes are piled with feta cheese, herbs, hot peppers and a yogurt-lemon drizzle.
Pureed cauliflower and potato give this comforting soup its faux-creamy mouthfeel.
The souffle-like dish proves that pumpkin can bring so much more to the table than pie.
This thrilling sandwich was inspired by Southeast Asia’s satay sauce, made for dipping skewered meats.
It’s a healthful autumnal dessert or brunch dish, served on its own or with a dollop of creamy yogurt.
Serve this exciting yet comforting meal in a bowl with a hunk of crusty bread or onto a bed of couscous.
It emerges from the oven golden and fragrant, ready to be dolloped with a creamy yogurt-feta sauce.