This breaded chicken fingers recipe is the grown-up version of chicken nuggets. We think you’ll like them even better than the fried and frozen variety.
This is a great recipe to use leftover chicken and baked sweet potatoes. Don’t have leftovers? We’ll let you in on a little secret: the dish in the photograph above was made with a chicken breast from the deli section of the supermarket and a bag of frozen cubed sweet potatoes. And it was indeed hearty,…
This Mediterranean-style chicken breast with feta and artichoke is an easy and delicious solution for the person who’s big on flavor, but short on time.
The flavors of our pad thai are similar to the traditional dish, but instead of noodles, this recipe calls for spaghetti squash. Get the recipe.
In this flavor-rich dish, colorful summer veggies soak in a tart marinade to complement tender chicken sausage. The best part? No “Top Chef” skills needed here — just chop, marinate, and cook.
Some days, the only thing that will cure a bad mood is a giant heap of comfort food. With these 10 recipes, you can make your favorite dishes for a healthy meal prep that you can enjoy all week!
This salad is a trimmed-down, fiber-filled version of a Tex-Mex rice bowl. We held the guac, sour cream, and cheese to bring the dish under 200 calories.
For a healthy take on snack food, try this barbecue chicken baked sweet potato recipe. Make sure you’re really hungry when you make them — these puppies are filling. Get the recipe.
Satisfy your craving for that “one” barbecued salad from that “one” restaurant that has about a million calories. This barbecued cauliflower salad is only 336 per serving, without compromising any smoke, zest, or phenomenal flavor. Get the recipe.
Poke is a popular Hawaiian dish that is taking the mainland by storm. Poke shops and food trucks are popping up all over and if they haven’t reached your city yet, don’t worry, they will. In the meantime, you can make it at home with this salmon poke! Here’s how.