Overnight oats might just save your mornings. Here are 10 no-cook oatmeal recipes that can fit a healthy meal into any busy schedule.
Make your a.m. routine a breeze with these healthy smoothie recipes that require just 3 ingredients each. Check out this infographic to find your favorites!
Step aside matcha. These super flavorful superfood lattes feature anti-inflammatory spices, natural sweeteners and dairy-free milk. Get the recipes here!
Need a healthy holiday makeover? This eggnog recipe has less fat and sugar than the traditional version, but it’s still lusciously rich and creamy.
You’ve made the switch to whole wheat or veggie pasta, but the sauce still piles on sugar and carbs…unless you cook these delicious pasta sauces recipes!
Paleo, vegan and gluten-free, these Maple-Pumpkin Coconut Macaroons from Melissa Joulwan are deliciously moist — and no-bake!
A little chocolate doesn’t hurt anybody! This creamy chocolate ice cream recipe is just 143 calories per cup and will help stave off sweet cravings.
When overnight oats or a bowl of yogurt just won’t do, look to chia seed pudding for an equally healthy and delicious breakfast (or snack) option.
Need a post-Thanksgiving reboot? This pumpkin spice detox smoothie recipe is just what the doctor ordered to help you get back on track.
Just a few herbs and spices can lend mouth-watering flavor to cooking oils. Here’s how to infuse your own at home using this easy DIY guide.
Skip the breadcrumb fillers. These savory salmon cakes from the Run Fast. Eat Slow. cookbook are made with nutrient-dense sweet potatoes.
If you’re still not making your own hummus from scratch, then this recipe from the Run Fast. Eat Slow. cookbook will get you hooked.
This ginger-spiked granola from the Run Fast. Eat Slow. cookbook is high in potassium, iron and magnesium — minerals that many athletes lack.
Need to detox your diet? These 13 green smoothie recipes are so tasty you’ll forget you’re getting a healthy dose of vegetables.