Healthy Recipe Makeovers

Featured Makeovers

Super-Easy Sloppy Joes

What’s for dinner? In my childhood home, before the days of lean ground turkey in every supermarket meat case, it was ground beef. One of my favorite meals was Sloppy Joes. The beef was usually a fatty grind, but it was cheap. I still love to eat some of those ground beef...

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Forget Fillet-O-Fish

Forget Fillet-O-Fish. EatingWell’s decadent Blackened Salmon Sandwich is the perfect fish sandwich. It’s got a spice-crusted seared piece of salmon that’s a little crisp on the outside and slightly blackened, silky and moist inside and super flavorful. Plus it has a creamy...

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Cakes to Flip Over

Ever heard of rhubarb upside-down cake? Think rustic elegance. Our rosy-pink Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake has amazing flavor, with a crunchy brown sugar and nut topping that balances rhubarb’s tang, and a lot going for it nutritionally speaking.To make this rhubarb cake...

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Healthy Cheesy Calzones

Corn & Broccoli Calzone is proof that you need not feel deprived on a healthy diet—you can still enjoy a calzone! This healthy version has 350 calories and just 3 grams of saturated fat—plus calcium, vitamins A and C. Nonfat ricotta and a bit of melted mozzarella go a...

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Healthy Chinese Food at Home

Before I moved to Vermont, I had a weakness for Chinese takeout. I lived in San Francisco and when I headed home after working late, I was exhausted. I’d order Chinese food from one of dozens of delicious local Chinese restaurants and chow down. Download a FREE Healthy...

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Healthier Pumpkin Pie

Here is a visual comparison of EatingWell’s Thanksgiving recipes versus more traditional versions of the same foods that are bound to be gracing your holiday table. We included calories, fat, saturated fat and sodium in our comparison, and we think you’ll agree the...

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Healthy Game-Day Snacks

My biggest kitchen blunder came a few years back when I finally caved in to my husband Russ’s pleas to make fried chicken. As a culinary school graduate, I thought it would be easy. So I heated up oil on the stove and prepared the chicken. I didn’t have an oil thermometer...

» Healthy Game-Day Snacks

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