Skip the added sugar and bump up the protein to keep you full on this 7-day meal plan.
You don't need added sugar to give you a boost of energy. Here are the best foods to give you energy naturally all day.
Keeping frozen corn, canned clams and clam juice on hand means spur-of-the-moment chowder in any season. If you typically compost your broccoli stems, save them for this soup--they hold up better than florets. Set out bowls of toppings like diced red bell pepper, snipped chives or more bacon.
Packed with protein, this meal plan will help fuel you as you get stronger.
Pumpkin swirl cheesecake is a delicious dessert that everyone will love, especially during the holiday season.
The lightened-up luscious sauce elevates this easy broccoli casserole over standard broccoli and cheese side dishes.
It's only natural that these jam-filled doughnuts fried in oil would be popular during Hanukkah. This version has a touch of whole-wheat pastry flour and is flavored with cardamom and orange zest.
These rugelach get their sweetness from a filling of dried apricots and apricot preserves accented with a touch of ginger. We added some whole-wheat flour to the dough, but it's still extra flaky.