Delicious, simple, and a perfect crowd pleaser as a holiday appetizer or side.
Valerie Burton, RN shares her recipe which she loves for its natural sweetness. A low-sugar sweet for diabetics.
Tired of fake meat substitute for your vegetarian entreés? Are you that vegetarian that wishes for just once to share a holiday meal with family that did not involve a smattering of various veggie platters and tofurkey? Well here is the answer to your vegetarian conundrums for family get togethers over the holidays.
A spring delight to share on your holiday register or an intimate meal with friends and family. A great source of iron and zinc.
A Lousiana version of deviled eggs that is sure to be hit at holiday parties or anytime you get together with friends. You can make this a complete meal for your family with 2 deviled eggs paired with your favorite low-fat sandwich or salad.
Wanna try a quiche that is full of Spring flavor but low in carbs and flourless? Try this mouth watering dish and enjoy the results.
These scones are made with a similar king cake texture but without a lot of dairy and butter. Feel free to make them vegan by omitting the Greek yogurt and buttermilk and replacing each with your favorite non-dairy yogurt and use a little lemon juice mixed with your favorite non-dairy milk to make vegan buttermilk.
King cakes are a Mardi Gras treat that shimmers with bright colors and sugary ingredients. Try this paleo recipe full of nutrients, gluten free, and less sugar.
Delicata squash is light and filling when mixed with this crowd pleaser. You can leave off the cheese if you wish to make this recipe vegan.
Drop the carbs with this savory recipe that is low in fat and high in protein. You can eat this alone with a plate of roasted vegetables or use it as your stuffing for your Thanksgiving turkey.
This holiday dish is perfect for vegetarians and a low-fat main dish to serve alongside your favorite holiday salads and veggies.
Low in sugar and full of anitoxidants, a great way to introduce your family to seasonal fruit with breakfast.
Ghostly surprises await children brave enough to eat their vegetables!!! (MUAAAAAAAHHH!) This zucchini pesto dish will have them howling at the moon.
Ever wondered what to do with those turnip greens? Try them in a tasty tart as lunch or dinner with a salad.
Are your children having fun with their food yet? If not try this easy zombie like stufffed pepper to entice children to eat their vegetables!
Gluten free cookie that is perfect little ones and big ones to enjoy. Perfect for an after school snack.
Rich and tangy this barbecue treat is great by itself or served with a salad, burger, or additional grilled veggies.
A salad full of summer flavor and an impressive dish for any Memorial Day weekend cook out.
Non-dairy, fun and so decadent without the dairy. Treat yourself and your young ones with this sweet dish.
A soup that is light and perfect for Passover. Also works as a great appetizer or light lunch.
A Louisiana tradition that is served on Holy Thursday. This is a vegetarian and gluten free version of this classic gumbo.
This recipe is a gluten free dish that is reminiscent of the Sephardic-style vegetable casseroles and that are usually cooked with Matzo meal during Passover.
This dish stands alone with vegetables as a great filling dish. Make it for St. Patrick's Day or any meal you want to share with loved ones. Serve with your favorite salad.
This is a great dish for Passover, Lent or any kid friendly meal. Everyone loves fried potato pancakes.
Celebrate St. Patrick's day with an Irish Colcannon soup. A wonderful vegetarian and light version of a potato stew.
A lighter version of gumbo that is under 400 calories. Recipe From Cooking Light: November 2011.
Clafoutis is a French dish with a flan-pudding like texture. This dessert recipe is a hit for dinner parties, holidays, and family dinners.
Rich, chocolatey and under 300 calories! Recipe courtesy of the Incredible Egg.
A great local seafood salad that is perfect to serve during the holidays or any special occassion. Recipes altered and courtesy of Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute
Celebrate the New Year or St. Patrick's Day with this festive corned beef cabbage dish. Recipe courtesy of The Beef Checkoff.
A local favorite with a few healthier ingredients makes this dish great for the holidays and special occasions.
Griling is perfect for this local Louisiana fish recipe that is low in fat but high in flavor!
A great way to get the kids involved with cooking during the holidays is make cookies together. Recipe courtesy of The incredible edible egg™.
A delicious salad to utilize as an appetizer or side to accompany your meal. Recipe courtesy of CanolaInfo.
This classic Mexican dish is easy and beautiful to share with others. The name comes from the Spanish word for the walnut tree, nogal. Although the walnuts are removed from this version, the recipe is lower in fat. Pomegranates are a simple show-stopping detail to add to any meal you want to make to impress. Recipe courtesy of Pomegranate Council.
A perfect main course for the holidays or any special event dinenr. Recipes courtesy of Campbell's® Kitchen.
Every child is a superstar! Making sandwiches in different shapes is one way to get children excited about eating food at home. Recipe courtesy of National Honey Board.
This delicate looking salad is so deceptively easy to make, that your guests and family will think you spent hours in the kitchen. You will also gain bonus points for choosing local ingredients.
Tangy cranberry compliments the rich, buttery taste of pine nuts and makes a perfect side dish.
A light version of potato latkes that are sure to be a hit with your family and friends. Recipe courtesy of US Potato Board.
Perfect for Thanksgiving or any family gathering. Recipe courtesy of Campbell's® Kitchen