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It’s a fuss-free way to turn the season’s wealth of berries into a splendid summer fruit pastry.
Mushroom, spinach and goat-cheese quesadillas are made with whole-grain flour tortillas.
Top your toasts with the yogurt that is so thick and spreadable that it is referred to as a cheese.
This spring vegetable skillet has a creamy sauce thickened with milk and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
This recipe makes for an easy, everyday meal, but also presents beautifully for entertaining.
This recipe calls for a coating of honey and peanut butter rather than melted marshmallows.
Feta cheese adds a wonderful salty note to the dish, which goes well with grilled meat.
Of course, “healthfulness” goes out the window if you dip Buffalo wings into the dressing.
Ground cardamom adds an Indian flavor twist to this reworking of the old favorite.
It’s like a magnet as an appetizer at a party, but it also makes for a playful and nutritious meal.
The recipe calls for white fish topped with bread crumbs that you make extra-crispy in a skillet.
It still calls for regular sour cream, but the ratio of beef to mushrooms in this recipe is flipped.
The number on the scale is only one indicator of wellness.
Steel-cut oats are a good candidate for “risotto,” because they lend a thick, creamy texture.
This recipe is a colorful medley of sweet potatoes, tomato, bell pepper and collard greens.
These no-bake goodies are made with shredded wheat cereal to give them a cookielike crunch.
This baked version is just as tasty as the deep-fried ones at your favorite bar.
Coconut curry carrot soup is a fulfilling way to start a meal or to serve alongside a sandwich.
Halibut in miso broth is light and nourishing, yet comforting and desirable.
It boasts lean beef in every bite, but root vegetables are still the star of this comforting soup.