Mmm! Try these YUMMY Potato Poppers for yourself, your next party, or your family. They're fun, yummy and easy. Made with mashed potatos, rice, Parmesan cheese and other common and easy-to-find ingredients.
This festive flavor-treat can be used as you would otherwise use cranberry sauce. Or toss a few tablespoons into a holiday salad of mixed baby greens, toasted pecans and raspberry vinaigrette for a piquant spark.
Heart-Healthy Garlic Mashed Potatoes
For many of us, mashed potatoes are a favorite comfort food. Unlike the traditional preparation that is loaded with saturated fat and cholesterol, this healthy updated version is not only delicious but heart-healthy as well. Try it -- you'll like it!
Thanksgiving Family Recipe: Sweet Potato Corn Bread
The following cholesterol-free recipe celebrates corn — one of the original Thanksgiving foods — in this unique and delicious quick bread. Bake and serve it along with your holiday feast, or use it to make a delectable version of traditional stuffing.
You Can Eat Healthy This Thanksgiving!
Thanksgiving can be a difficult time for people who strive to be health conscious. Year after year, many of us seem to fall into the pattern of overeating the many rich foods and often unhealthy foods that frequently play a part in this holiday tradition.
Vegetable Upside-Down Casserole
Everyone likes fruity upside-down cakes; why not try the same approach with vegetables? This casserole, which is fun to make and even more fun to eat, has quickly become a family favorite.
Frugal, Nutritious Snacks for Kids
While we may not be able to change the world, we can change what is available to our children in our own homes. Here are a few healthy alternatives to those fat- and sugar-laden store-bought snacks.
Quick, Healthy Snacks and Fun!
Why not turn quick, healthy snacks into a fun activity? With a little help from you, kids can make easy, no-cook treats that I’ll call snack balls. Children are more likely to eat food that they make themselves, and they’ll have fun doing it.