Craving a burger but want something leaner? A juicy turkey patty is your answer. Tucked inside English muffins, these turkey burgers are light on the carbs, too.
What’s better than ice cream on a hot day? Our vegan mint chocolate chip ice cream tastes just as good as soft serve, but it has no refined sugar and delivers 15 grams of protein per serving.
Watch out, acai — there’s a new super food on the block. We’ve got nine healthy dragon fruit recipes that will get you hooked on this delicious (and pretty) produce.
Treat yourself with these heathy, dessert-flavored snacks. Each bar has 20 grams of protein, so they’re ideal for fueling up post-workout. Win, win!
Holy humidity! Instead of turning on your oven, try these 15 healthy no-bake recipes that require minimal time in the kitchen.
Peanut butter and chocolate protein powder collide to make this healthier fudge recipe that’s diet-friendly, too — only 85 calories per piece.
From roasted veggie to Korean beef, we’ve got a healthy and delicious taco recipe to suit any dietary need: vegan, vegetarian, meat-eating and gluten-free.
Succulent shrimp and spicy Sriracha mayo jazz up this healthy salad wrap recipe. Lunch will never be the same again.
Nobody wants to slave over the stove just to make breakfast. These nine healthy breakfast recipes will all be ready in 15 minutes or less.
You don’t need to travel to the Middle East for some falafel! Our healthy version is ready in 20 minutes and has 9 grams of fiber per serving.
Pouring hot coffee over ice may be convenient, but there’s nothing like a cup of true cold brew coffee on a steamy day. Here’s how to make your own batch at home (it’s easy!).
Ready in 30 minutes, this creamy cauliflower risotto recipe is a lighter take on the classic Italian dish. Make it with asparagus and mushrooms for an added boost of nutrients!
Need to detox your diet? These eleven green smoothie recipes are so tasty you’ll forget you’re getting a healthy dose of vegetables.
At just 3 grams of sugar, these breakfast cookies are way healthier than most cereals. Fill them with milk, yogurt or berries for extra nutrients.