Our 50 Most-Popular Healthy Recipes
No. 50: Herbed Chicken Marsala
Smothered in low-calorie sauteed mushrooms and sundried tomatoes, this dish is both healthy and satisfying. A little bit of butter goes a long way in the sauce — just a touch adds creamy richness.
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No. 49: Lemony Yogurt Pound Cake
Heart-healthy olive oil and protein-rich Greek yogurt take the place of butter in this lemony pound cake. Egg whites also help reduce calories, fat and cholesterol.
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No. 48: Sloppy Joes
These meaty, cafeteria-style sloppy joes have all the flavor of the sandwich you grew up on, but they’re extra-lean so you can feel good about making them for your family.
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No. 47: Pan-Seared Salmon with Kale and Apple Salad
The star of this dish is the kale salad. It’s crunchy, tangy and sweet!
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No. 46: Ina’s Lentil Vegetable Soup
Trust in Ina and her recipe for healthy Lentil Vegetable Soup. The fan-favorite has earned hundreds of 5-star reviews.
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No. 45: Mixed Berries and Banana Smoothie
If you’ve got just 5 minutes, you’ve got time to blend up this nutrient-packed, 5-ingredient breakfast or snack.
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No. 44: Breakfast Casserole
Healthy cooking doesn’t always mean using low-fat products. The full-fat Cheddar and Parmesan together are so satisfying in this easy-to-make casserole that a little goes a long way.
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No. 43: Giada’s Broiled Salmon with Herb Mustard Glaze
It takes less than 20 minutes to make Giada’s succulent, 5-star Broiled Salmon. Make it for dinner one night, and use the leftovers to top greens or make into salmon salad later in the week.
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No. 42: Whole30 Bacon and Egg Cups
Everything you’ve ever craved from a diner breakfast is present in this Whole30-friendly recipe, which is easy to prepare for a crowd.
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No. 41: Slow-Cooker Pork Tacos
It’s impossible to resist flavorful and tender pork shoulder after it’s been slowly simmered in chicken broth and aromatic spices.
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No. 40: Vegetable Noodle Soup
This soup is just as good for dinner as it is for lunch — it’s warming and comforting and perfect for a rainy day.
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No. 39: Angel Food Cake
Alton adds orange extract to his angel food cake for a citrusy variation on this classically low-fat dessert.
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No. 38: Blueberry Compote
You only need 4 ingredients to make this sweet fruit topping. Try it over steel-cut oats or whole-wheat pancakes.
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No. 37: Giada’s Chicken Saltimbocca
One bite and you’ll see why Giada’s Chicken Saltimbocca (made with tender chicken, leafy spinach, plus salty prosciutto and Parmesan) is a 5-star fan-favorite.
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No. 36: Spaghetti Squash and Meatballs
Everyone will love nutrient-rich spaghetti squash when you it like pasta with juicy meatballs and a quick homemade marinara.
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No. 35: Buffalo Cauliflower with Blue Cheese Sauce
Forget the chicken wings. Our healthy Buffalo Cauliflower with Blue Cheese Sauce gives you all of the tangy Buffalo flavor without all the fat and calories.
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No. 34: Ellie’s Roasted Cauliflower and Broccoli
Roast a batch of Ellie’s Roasted Cauliflower and Broccoli on a Sunday, and you’ll find new ways to add the veggies to dishes like salads, pastas and grain bowls all week long.
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No. 33: Ellie’s Tuscan Vegetable Soup
Make a big batch of Ellie’s comforting, veggie-packed soup and eat well all week long. It only takes 35 minutes to cook up, and clocks in at just 145 calories and 4 grams of fat per serving.
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No. 32: Ellie’s Three Bean and Beef Chili
The secret ingredient in Ellie’s hearty beef and bean chili is bold chipotle chiles in adobo sauce.
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No. 31: Lemon-Garlic Shrimp and Grits
You won’t find sticks of butter in this comfort food. Don’t worry about flavor, though; these shrimp are plenty zesty from the lemon and garlic.
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No. 30: Oil and Vinegar Slaw
This crunchy, tangy slaw is perfect for everything from topping turkey burgers to eating alongside seared salmon.
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No. 29: Quinoa Salad
Quinoa, a “new” ingredient that has been around for thousands of years, is a tiny, high-protein grain from South America. It’s nicknamed the “wonder grain” because it cooks more quickly than rice, is virtually foolproof, and is lighter and more nutritious than other grains.
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No. 28: Teriyaki Chicken Thighs
Fresh garlic and ginger, spicy red pepper flakes, toasted sesame seeds — there’s so much to love about these simple (and delicious) chicken thighs.
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No. 27: Ree’s Shrimp Stir-Fry
Packed with color, flavor and lean protein, Ree’s Shrimp Stir Fry is a fan favorite.
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No. 26: Low-Cal Fettuccine Alfredo
Smart swaps like low-fat cream cheese and milk create a version of Alfredo sauce that’s still silky and rish, but with much less fat and calories than traditional versions.
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No. 25: Marinated Chicken Breasts
Our Marinated Chicken Breasts are just what chicken should be: juicy, tender and oh-so-versatile. Pair them with a green salad or steamed veggies for a healthy, complete meal.
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No. 24: Breakfast Burrito
Ellie’s whole-wheat breakfast burritos make for a hand-held, vegetable-packed way start to your day.
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No. 23: Giada’s Chia Seed Pudding
Giada’s creamy and sweet Chia Seed Pudding is a snap to put together. Plus, it’s healthy enough to eat for a dessert, snack, or even breakfast.
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No. 22: Healthified Broccoli Cheddar Soup
Who says you have to cut out cheese in order to eat healhy? This creamy, Cheddar-packed soup proves that good-for-you can be just as delicious.
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No. 21: Pork Chops With Apples and Garlic Smashed Potatoes
Our pork loin chops with smashed fingerling potatoes is the perfect cozy meal to whip up on a cold night. And best yet, everything’s ready in just 40 minutes.
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No. 20: Hasselback Sweet Potatoes
Hasselback potatoes are whole potatoes that have been cut into a fan shape, dotted with butter, then roasted. The result is a crispy-on-the-outside, creamy-on-the-inside spud.
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No. 19: Ina’s Herb-Marinated Pork Tenderloins
Spend a couple minutes throwing together a citrusy, herbed marinade in a plastic bag, and then add pork tenderloins. Let the flavors meld for a few hours or overnight, roast them for just 15 minutes, and you’ll see why Ina’s lean and flavorful pork dish is a fan favorite.
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No. 18: Rachael’s Pasta e Fagioli
Rachael credits her grandpa for this warming low-fat recipe, a hearty mix of ditalini pasta, cannellini beans and veggies.
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No. 17: Beef Stir-Fry
“The best thing about a stir-fry is that you can substitute the vegetables you like most,” Trisha says.
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No. 16: Gazpacho
Alton’s recipe for summer in a bowl uses vine-ripened tomatoes and cucumbers for a bright, clean taste studded with flavorings like balsamic vinegar and cumin.
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No. 15: Green Beans with Lemon and Garlic
Keep this recipe for garlicky, citrusy green beans in your back pocket. They go with almost anything, take just 17 minutes to make from start to finish, and clock in at only 122 calories per serving.
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No. 14: Healthy Cauliflower Rice
Carb-conscious eaters everywhere have jumped on the cauliflower rice trend (and at about 1/4 of the carbohydrates of traditional rice, it’s no wonder why). Once you see how easy it is to make this healthy side dish home, you’ll never shell out for store-bought varieties ever again.
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No. 13: Ellie’s Oven “Fries”
Sate your cravings without all the fat and calories of traditional fries with Ellie’s oven-baked version.
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No. 12: Giada’s Roman-Style Chicken
Giada’s saucy, flavorful chicken is perfect for entertaining, since you can cook it ahead and simply heat it up when it’s time to serve.
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No. 11: Giada’s Salmon Baked in Foil
Baking the salmon in foil allows it to fully soak up the lemon juice and flavor of the herbs without the need for added fats.
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No. 10: Alton’s Garden Vegetable Soup
Tomatoes, greens beans, leeks, carrots, corn, and potatoes…they all go into the pot to make Alton’s Garden Vegetable Soup. Each serving has just 255 calories.
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No. 9: American Macaroni Salad
Pile this crowd-pleaser into a bright bowl and watch it disappear; it’s classic cookout fare at its finest. This version uses less mayo than traditional recipes, but it has all the creaminess you crave.
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No. 8: Garlic Sauteed Spinach
If you’ve got 10 minutes, you’ve got time to cook up Ina’s classic lemony Sauteed Spinach.
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No. 7: Chicken and Broccoli Stir-Fry
Marinate the chicken while you prepare the rest of the ingredients and this quick-cooking takeout classic is ready in under 30 minutes — that’s faster than delivery, with less sodium and fat to boot.
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No. 6: Alton’s Lentil Soup
Alton’s nourishing 5-star soup is packed with lentil and vegetables. Plus, it clocks in at 372 calories and 8 grams of fat per serving.
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No. 5: Ellie’s Pork Tenderloin with Seasoned Rub
A rub made with 6 spices and seasonings you probably already have in your pantry is the key to Ellie’s tender pork dish.
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No. 4: Frozen Fruit Smoothies
Keep some fruit in the freezer, and chances are you’ll always have on hand the ingredients you need to make this nourishing and highly-adaptable smoothie.
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No. 3: Ina’s Roasted Carrots
Carrots, olive oil, dill, salt and pepper: that’s all you need to make Ina’s fan-favorite Roasted Carrots.
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No. 2: Ina’s Roasted Brussels Sprouts
Ina’s tender, crispy sprouts are simply roasted with olive oil, salt and pepper for a classic side that you just can’t beat. One reviewer said it even won the kids over: “My kids have always hated Brussels sprouts, until I cooked this recipe. They loved it!”
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No. 1: Oven-Baked Salmon
Keep this recipe in your back pocket for nights it seems you don’t have time to cook dinner. It takes just 20 minutes from start to finish.
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