Skip the processed stuff and make this classic dish with fresh ingredients. You'll save yourself the extra fat and sodium, plus it's easy and tasty!
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This comforting vegetarian dish leaves room for dessert, making it an all-around winner to us.
Small substitutions like brown rice instead of white make this dish healthier.
The name alone makes us salivate. Even better? It's low in fat and serves 12.
Sweet lovers, rejoice! Turn your favorite pie fillings into a hearty casserole with the season's best produce.
Whole wheat breadcrumbs add texture and a nutty taste to this lean recipe.
Spices, nuts, and vegetables make this flavorful casserole a nutritional powerhouse.
We're pretty sure only Superwoman can make an intricate, healthy brunch from scratch first thing in the morning. This recipe lets you prep in advance so you only have to heat and eat.
This fluffy breakfast dish is made lighter by cutting back on egg yolks and using Gruyere cheese for more flavor in just a small amount.
We wouldn't mind waking up early to enjoy this healthy breakfast. One serving has fewer than 300 calories, so you won't feel the dreaded weekend eating guilt.
Originally published on FitnessMagazine.com, November 2011.