Spotlight Recipe: Rack of Lamb with Warm Apple & Lentil Salad
The lamb in this EatingWell dish is perfectly portioned to satisfy your palate. The lentils add protein, B-vitamins and fiber and the Granny Smith apple complements the flavor.
Come in from the cold and cozy up to these winter-warming drinks. With 200 calories or less per serving, these soothing bevvies are a guiltless pleasure.
For a change of pace, try chicken, lamb, beans or seafood as the main attraction in your stew. Stews contain a variety of veggies -- carrots, potatoes, onions and celery -- that add immune-boosting vitamins, an extra boost for the cold and flu season that's coming.
This so-simple idea might leave you saying "duh!" but pop these cinnamon-dusted apples in your mouth and that will become a definite "mmm..."
Picnic season has arrived. Fire up the grill, toss on the hamburgers and steaks and don’t forget about those scrumptious side salads. Instead of gobs of fat and oodles of calories, here are delicious (and healthy) versions of the classics.
This creamy sweet salad always screams summer to me, but with apples at the their ripest, now is a great time to enjoy a Waldorf Salad, which is made lighter with low-fat mayonnaise and yogurt.
Warm up with a mug of mulled cider.
With less than 90 calories per serving and full of vitamin A (good for healthy eyes and hair), this easy carrot salad whips up in no time. Try it as a side for any sandwich or light dinner.
Taste the rainbow and get your daily dose of vitamins from this simple chopped salad.
This deliciously simple dish is the perfect picnic side. Amazingly, there’s no oil or other fat added to it -- meaning it's fat-free. Instead, you get tons of fiber from the beans, corn and other veggies. A touch of pineapple adds a sweetness to combo, too.
Make a batch of this simple salad dressing and use all week to top salads, dip veggies or marinate chicken, fish or vegetables.