Mexican Lasagna Lite Recipe

"This is a lower-fat version of a popular Tex-Mex style casserole. You can increase or decrease the number of tortillas used in order to fit your tray. I’m obviously using low- and no-fat ingredients which can be substituted successfully with full fat versions with great results. If needed, this can all be prepared ahead of time and refrigerated to store. […]

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New FDA Labels Have Nutrition Facts for Eating All the Servings

Who hasn’t lived this nightmare: You open a bag of chips with the intention of getting a quick snack, and before you know it, you’re picking at the tiny crumbs at the bottom. “What have I done?” you fret, flipping the package over to the Nutrition Facts to handle some quick caloric calculations on whether you should skip dinner. Thankfully, […]

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Vietnamese Spring Roll Pizza Recipe

"All of the incredible, fresh flavors of a Vietnamese spring roll go into this better-for-you pizza! Spicy peanut sauce, crunchy veggies, chicken, fresh herbs, and just a touch of melty cheese to tie it all together for a light and delicious-tasting pizza." Ingredients Adjust US Metric 1 (12 ounce) package CAULIPOWER® Cauliflower Pizza Crusts 6 ounces broccoli coleslaw mix 3 […]

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Here Are Your Top 10 Food & Health Trends of 2019

2019 has almost run its course. As we approach both a new year and decade, we've gotten a bit nostalgic about everything we saw and learned in the food and health space this year. So naturally, we wanted to try and aggregate what, to us, felt like the most important emerging trends. From Instant Pot mania to CBD in your […]

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One of Our Favorite Sous Vide Cookers Is on Sale

With Christmas just a week away, we’re in holiday crunch time. And if you’re still looking for the perfect last-minute gift, consider a sous vide immersion circulator. It’s just the thing for kitchen newbies and experienced chefs alike, flawlessly cooking everything from delicate fish and creamy risotto to the juiciest chicken of your life. What’s more, operating it is essentially […]

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Is Dark Chocolate Really Better for You Than Milk Chocolate? We Asked an RD

  Chocolate is delicious in any form, from cakes and cookies to brownies, bars, and even boozy hot cocoa. But healthy? Sure—in ways. “If you’re looking for a small health benefit from eating chocolate, the type you choose is important,” says Ali Webster, PhD, RD, and associate director of nutrition communications for the International Food Information Council Foundation. Dark chocolate […]

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9 Foods You Thought Were Vegetarian But Actually Aren't

Cooking for vegetarians is an education. There are a lot of things that you would presume are vegetarian that it turns out actually aren't. Vegetarian can, of course mean different things to different people, but in this case, let's categorize it as people who do eat dairy and eggs, but avoid all meat, including fish. Of course, every person decides […]

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This Wine Purifier Impressed the Toughest Critic I Know—My Dad

My dad would be the first to tell you he’s a wine nerd. While I’m content to sip a house red or white at happy hour discounts, he knows the ins and outs of the wine list, including rare vintages and promising newcomers. He spends hours reading about the perfect pairings and state-of-the-art glassware, and even created an office cellar […]

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