Tart pairing for a turkey sandwich
While you are at the grill make sure to end your meal on a healthy note.
It’s been a rough summer for the garden, but tomato season is just ahead. Try this side of healthy, veggie-filled salsa to spice up your dinner plate.
A double dose of vanilla—in both the yogurt and vanilla extract—makes this easy, baked breakfast dish irresistibly rich and fragrant.
The nutritional yeast in this rich, vibrant green pesto lends a flavor similar to that of parmesan cheese in traditional pesto.
Spice lovers, rejoice. Using herbs and spices rather than oils, sugars and salts in recipes is a healthy way to add flavor to any dish. Try out this simple curry made with cumin, coriander and cinnamon.
It doesn't matter if you're 2 or 102, the sweet-tooth appeal of homemade fruit popsicles is universal.
Add a little flare and Vitamin B6 to your dinner during the season local gardeners are calling “the summer of the eggplant” as it flourishes in hot weather.
Hot day? Instead of going for the ice pops, try a natural substitute, with ripe watermelon as opposed to artificial flavoring and honey instead of sugar.
Try out this recipe for a quick weeknight appetizer
Fresh cherries are at the peak of their season and are on sale everywhere from the Lincoln Square Farmers market to all the local grocery stores. Take advantage and enjoy this low-sugar jam.
On a day that’s all about the red, white and blue, bring something new – these delicious fruit pies are perfect for a potluck this summer.