Going vegetarian once a week can help put you on the path to clean eating. These meatless meals are packed with plant-based protein, fiber and other nutrients.
Cheap and nutritious, beans are a hit among vegetarians and meat eaters. Stretch your dollar with these bean recipes that you can make with just three cans.
Chicken and rice recipes are a meal prepper’s dream, but the same meal every night can get boring. These creative dishes keep things interesting with a variety spices and cooking techniques.
Enjoy a warm bowl of this Paleo-friendly Instant Pot pork shoulder recipe, which packs the rich flavors of ginger, garlic and coconut milk.
Pack in more flavor — and fewer calories — with these crowd-pleasing finger foods. Your holiday party is now complete!
Cozy up to a yummy bowl of comfort food. You can make these easy soup recipes with just three ingredients — and a whole lot of deliciousness.
This Whole 30 pork chops recipe is high in protein and flavor to fit your active lifestyle. Perfectly roasted squash and onions add a fiber-rich side.
Playing host at your next holiday dinner party? Don’t stress! These deliciously healthy one-pot meals not only feed large groups but make clean up easy.
This Whole 30 recipe from the new Fast & Easy cookbook is the perfect weeknight meal. It’s one sheet and has the right balance of protein, fiber and carbs.
These en papillote recipes — that’s French for cooking in parchment paper — cooks food in 20 minutes or less, and keeps food moist and full of flavor.
Forget pizza pie and pastries. These fruit- and veggie-packed tart recipes will please your palate even more, especially with the flaky crust.
Making a list, and checking it twice? Consider who’s nutty or spice. From flavored salts to Paleo cookies, these handmade gift ideas spread holiday cheer.
Yes, it’s possible to please your gluten-free guests at Thanksgiving. This vegan acorn squash stuffing recipe is so tasty, even meat lovers will go ham for it.
These nine inventive turkey recipes will take your Thanksgiving dinner to the next level of yum. Plus, learn how to get creative with those leftovers.