Spotlight Recipes: A Super Bowl Spread
What's a Super Bowl party without mouth-watering munchies? Here are some of our favorite healthy recipes that you can add to your spread.
What's a Super Bowl party without mouth-watering munchies? Here are some of our favorite healthy choices that will feed — and wow — a crowd!
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Check out Food Network's top-five chili recipes to find warming recipes from The Pioneer Woman, Bobby Flay, Ina Garten and more Food Network chefs.
Check out our top five chili recipes below to find the best of what beans, veggies and spices can make.
Use store-bought or leftover chili to create a corn and cheese casserole that can keep in the freezer until you're ready to eat.
It's chili season. Have no fear: I have a delightfully mild and chunky chili for your littles, and there's a spicier, soupier version for you.
If you’re not a sports fan or prefer to stay away from deliciously decadent dishes, check out a few of Food Network's most super bowls of soup.
I’m a whole-hearted sweets lover (Dana can attest to that!). You’ll find my face pressed against the bakery window drooling at all the chocolate goodies. These low-cal scrumptious desserts are sure to satisfy that sweet tooth --- add them to your recipe collection.
With 350 calories per serving, this baked eggplant and cheese sandwich works as a light, veg-friendly dinner served with baked sweet potato fries
Add more quinoa to your diet with these tips and a recipe for Chipotle-Quinoa Salad With Black Beans, Corn and Cilantro.