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Baked Stuffed Onions
These baked onions are stuffed with a savory combination of mushrooms, breadcrumbs and capers.
These delicate almond cookies are said to be as light as a sigh.
Banana bread is the perfect vehicle for using bananas once they are past their prime.
Substituting whole-wheat for some of the white flour makes these cinnamon rolls more nutritious.
We thought that lightening a corn pudding was as easy as leaving out a few of the egg yolks and using low-fat milk, but...
The unlikely combination of beets and raspberries produces a wonderfully refreshing and delicious soup.
Forget the tomatoes—this green gazpacho is full of cucumber, green bell pepper, green grapes and lots of fresh herbs.
Shrimp, clams, mussels and calamari are delicious in this flavorful lasagna. If you can find fresh noodles, use them,...
Pear-Cranberry Steamed Pudding
Dried pears and fresh cranberries star in this steamed pudding. English cooks stir their Christmas puddings clockwise...
Key Lime Pie
We tested this healthy Key lime pie quite a few times and no one got tired of it. We lightened the filling with nonfat...
Very Lemon Pie
Lemon zest, pulp and juice are combined with eggs and sugar to make the custard for this tangy pie.
Malt extract feeds the yeast and gives these crusty rolls a lovely golden hue.
Cream-puff pastry baked in muffin cups forms the base for these pretty lemon-filled tartlets. If you'd like,...
Buttermilk Pound Cake
Pound cake gets its name from the traditional pound of butter used to make it. This low-fat version uses a combination...
Sesame seeds form a nice crust on this bread, which is particularly good toasted for breakfast.
Barley-Root Vegetable Chowder
This hearty soup is full of root vegetables: celery root, rutabaga, carrots and parsnips. The chowder is made with beef...
Refried Black Beans
Refried beans are always fried in lard or bacon drippings in Mexico and the Southwest. In this recipe their flavor...