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This healthy turkey wrap makes a perfect lunch or dinner.
Stir-frying is the quick and healthy way to cook up a meal. Serve over rice to soak up the flavorful sauce.
Curry powder spices up a boring chicken salad, while an apple complements it with a touch of sweetness.
Tofu works the magic here. Combined with the egg whites and just one whole egg, it makes a rich, creamy sandwich that is high in protein and lower in cholesterol than the usual egg salad sandwich.
An easy lunch that’s perfect for 1 or 2 people.
Pair this soup up with a colorful salad or a piece of crusty bread to complete the meal.
Here’s a new twist on an old favorite. It’s a perfect brown-bagger for those who are always on the run.
Low-fat, low-cal, and fast, this meal is perfect for those days when you’re too busy to spend hours in the kitchen.
Balsamic vinegar is the secret ingredient in this refreshing dish.
Sweet red bell peppers, corn, and green onions add crunchiness, color, and vitamins to this spicy turkey salad.
Pair this dish with a crisp salad or lightly steamed broccoli for a complete meal.
Bulgur is coarsely ground wheat that has been parboiled, so it’s quick and easy to prepare.
Baking in foil packets is a simple and trouble-free way to prepare fish. It’s healthy, too, as no water-soluble nutrients are lost.
Here the soft interiors of crusty bread rolls are hollowed out to provide a crisp casing for a gently spiced mix of tuna, corn, and kidney beans, and then warmed in the oven.
This hearty, fiber-rich dish can also serve as a main meal.
A quick and easy way to get one of your three weekly servings of fish.
Perhaps the ideal cholesterol-lowering meal!
To save time, instead of baking the sliced sweet potatoes in the oven, microwave whole, unpeeled potatoes and then peel and slice them after cooking.
If you don’t want to use a store-bought pizza crust, use any type of crusty Italian bread or whole wheat English muffins.
With this easy recipe, youngsters can have subs just like from a sandwich shop.