Cookies are treats, but you can make them healthier (without anyone knowing) with this amazing recipe.
People often ask, “Are peanuts good for you?” Good news: Studies have shown that peanuts are just as beneficial as more expensive nuts.
These big, delicious, healthy turkey meatballs can be eaten solo, with pasta or with bread as a meatball sub. You can make this with tofu too.
Walnuts are the headlining nut of Superfoods because walnuts benefits are the most impressive, with almonds and pistachios following close behind.
Most of us love dessert, and if there’s a way to enjoy a sweet treat that’s good for you, that’s a win-win. This healthy baked apple dessert fits the bill.
If you’re tired of turkey burgers and plain old turkey breast, this is the perfect recipe to try out next time you plan to cook turkey. Who says you can only eat stuffing during Thanksgiving?
This healthy apple oat crisp recipe is the SuperFoods way of getting your fiber and sweets in, all in one bite. This dessert is creamy, sweet and crunchy.
Portion control is not something we can learn from restaurant servings, which are beyond super sized. Read about how much you should really be eating.
Making tomato stuffed tuna salad is easy but it looks like it took hours to prepare. These are great for parties or for a cold family meal on a hot night.
Chicken salad with grapes or chicken salad with mango–you choose! Both versions are superb and satisfying with yogurt instead of mayonnaise.