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Easy, Healthy Dinner Recipes

These healthy and quick dinner recipes include 1-minute meals, low-fat recipes, low-calorie recipes, easy recipes, and the best frozen dinner options. So stop stressing and start enjoying dinner again with our collection of quick and easy recipes. Give your favorite comfort foods a healthy makeover, make chicken exciting again, or discover a few meals you can whip up in just one minute -- really!

Hummus and pita chips? Ho-hum. Instead, impress your guests with these super-tasty apps, all around 100 calories or less.

Easy, healthy dinners to help you lose 10 pounds in four weeks.

Quinoa, a grain that is used in many South American dishes, is high in protein and is gluten-free. Plus, its mild taste and rich texture make it perfect for different kinds of dishes.

Indulge guilt-free with this healthy French fries recipe.

Have a healthy dinner ready in 20 minutes! These low-fat, low-calorie healthy dinner recipes are perfect for busy nights.

Healthy chicken recipes that are fast, simple and healthy. This year, resolve to bust your dinner rut.

Get your fill of good-for-you carbs with these healthy pasta dishes. Make sure to cook with whole wheat pasta to get more protein and fiber.

Get ready to be bowled over. These seven filling and delicious soups and stews will satisfy your fall cravings — without the fat and calories.

The slim girl's surprising secret weapon? A slow cooker. These easy, healthy slow cooker recipes make healthy eating a snap.

These delicious dinner recipes will keep you satisfied and still help you lose weight.

Slash calories without feeling hungry with these hearty recipes from the FITNESS Healthy Test Kitchen. Each recipe makes 4 servings.

Same grain, different day? Time to shake things up: Freekeh, an ancient grain, is loaded with protein and fiber—even more than rice and couscous—and has been shown to promote bowel health.

Sick of salads? Can't stomach another crudite?

Most people don't know that broccoli grows with large leaves that resemble collard greens—and they're loaded with nutrients. Check out these six recipes from BroccoLeaf, a store-bought brand

Breaking news: The amount of effort it takes to prep a clean, good-for-you dinner is faster than scrolling through your endless options on Seamless.

Sure, peanut butter may not be the lowest-calorie food in the world. But it has a ton of health benefits when consumed in moderation, thanks to the fiber, antioxidants, and healthy fats in peanuts.

Tofu: Either you avoid it like the plague—likely because you don't know what to do with it—or you simply toss it in a stir-fry because, again, you don't know what to do with it.