Sophie Johnson
Sophie Johnson

Sophie Johnson

Sophie Johnson is EatingWell's Senior Social Media Editor. A die-hard food lover and obsessed with all things social, she is responsible for managing EatingWell's Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts. When she's not hunting for the latest Whipped Coffee, you'll find her mixing up whiskey sours in her kitchen, reading cookbooks cover-to-cover or out running around Vermont with her Newfypoo, Augustus.
Frozen Bee's Knees
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Enjoy this refreshing twist on the classic Prohibition cocktail with a frozen Bee's Knees. Freezing the honey, lemon juice and water into ice cubes keeps the drink cold and eliminates the need for ice so the drink doesn't dilute as you sip on it.
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This easy sheet-pan dinner is made with quick-cooking chicken cutlets, so you can make it on any busy weeknight. We season the vegetables and protein in stages, with the end result being a punch of flavor. Crumbled bacon adds a salty note to complete the dish.
This sheet-pan sausage and veggies recipe makes the perfect weeknight dinner. We opt for andouille chicken sausage, but you could easily substitute any other cooked chicken or pork sausage you prefer. If you have leftovers, try adding the sausage, peppers and onions to a roll with grainy mustard for a flavorful sandwich.
We broke down the menu to show you healthier Chipotle options, from burritos to bowls. Here's how to save up to 900 calories on your next visit to Chipotle.
Serve this healthy pasta salad at your next barbecue or backyard get-together. A garlicky buttermilk dressing adds creaminess, while sun-dried tomatoes provide a nice chewiness. Look for sun-dried tomatoes that are not packed in oil.
Enjoy this veggie-packed pasta salad at your next picnic or backyard get-together. Cucumbers and fennel provide crunch to contrast the creamy feta and Kalamata olives. A tangy herb-buttermilk dressing completes the dish.
This healthy pasta salad draws inspiration from a traditional antipasto platter. Artichoke hearts and pepperoncini add briny flavor, while fresh mozzarella lends a creamy note. Serve this pasta salad at your next dinner party or backyard get-together.
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Serve this colorful, veggie-packed pasta salad at your next outdoor gathering. From creamy avocado to crunchy bell peppers, this pasta salad is full of texture and flavor. A homemade herb-lime vinaigrette ties everything together.
Fiber is a nutrition rock star with some pretty amazing health benefits—weight loss, healthier gut bacteria, more regularity in your gut, a healthy heart and decreased risk of diabetes. These high-fiber meals, including Beef & Bean Sloppy Joes, Grilled Pizza with Prosciutto and Salmon-Stuffed Avocados all contain 8 or more grams of fiber to help you reach the daily amount of fiber recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans—25 grams for women and 30 grams for men.
This healthy pasta salad draws inspiration from a traditional antipasto platter. Artichoke hearts and pepperoncini add briny flavor, while fresh mozzarella lends a creamy note. Serve this pasta salad at your next dinner party or backyard get-together.
Serve this colorful, veggie-packed pasta salad at your next outdoor gathering. From creamy avocado to crunchy bell peppers, this pasta salad is full of texture and flavor. A homemade herb-lime vinaigrette ties everything together.
Fiber is a nutrition rock star with some pretty amazing health benefits—weight loss, healthier gut bacteria, more regularity in your gut, a healthy heart and decreased risk of diabetes. These high-fiber meals, including Beef & Bean Sloppy Joes, Grilled Pizza with Prosciutto and Salmon-Stuffed Avocados all contain 8 or more grams of fiber to help you reach the daily amount of fiber recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans—25 grams for women and 30 grams for men.
Whether you're cutting back on plastic for health reasons or for the environment (or both), here are some of our editors' favorite reusable glass, stainless-steel and silicone storage containers.
Become a coffee guru with these simple steps for the best cup of joe, right at home.
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Yes, bacon can be part of a healthy diet. Here's how to use the flavorful ingredient in your cooking.
Whether you fry it on the stove, bake it in the oven or cook it in the microwave, get perfectly cooked bacon with these easy instructions.
Say goodbye to mediocre salads once and for all with these creative topping ideas that'll make your next salad better, healthier and more satisfying.