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Healthier Versions of Your Favorite Foods

Healthier Versions of Your Favorite Foods


Healthy food can be delicious too

Healthier Versions of Your Favorite Foods

New Year’s resolutions are a great way to jump-start your new, healthy lifestyle goals. You’ve taken on the challenge to make this year the healthiest one yet and the first place to start working on your resolution is in the kitchen.

Raspberry Lemon Curd Muffins

Lemon curd (pre-made or store-bought) is the secret to these delicious breakfast muffins; the sweet-tart lemon curd adds a bright, citrusy flavor to the muffin and replaces any fat that normally would have been used. Click here to see the recipe.

Porcini Fettuccine Alfredo (Light Version)

Alfredo isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when you are thinking of something healthy to eat, but this whole-wheat pasta version is made creamy and rich with light whipped cream cheese. Click here to see the recipe.

Sweet Potato Curried Chips

The perfect snack for your next Netflix binge, these chips are baked so you don’t have to worry about how addicting they are. Click here to see the recipe.

Cauliflower Fried Rice

With the help of a little imagination, cauliflower can become just about anything you want it to be, like steak, mashed “potatoes,” and now fried rice. Click here to see the recipe.

Tortellini En Brodo con Salsiccia e Spinaci

Buffalo Cauliflower Bites with Yogurt Gorgonzola Dip

As mentioned above, cauliflower can become whatever you want it to be. Batter and bake these cauliflower bites for a healthy take on your favorite game-day snack. Click here to see the recipe.

Baked Egg and Portabella with Braised Kale

Brunch just got a makeover with lots of healthy additions like portabella mushrooms and braised kale. Click here to see the recipe.


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