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Pear & Walnut Waffles RecipePear & Walnut Waffles

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Pear & Walnut Waffle Recipe

These whole-grain waffles are sweetened with fresh pear and studded with heart-healthy walnuts. With so much flavor, you will need only a drizzle of maple syrup for a sweet and filling breakfast with plenty of dietary fiber and less sugar than regular waffles.

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Skillet Sweet Potato Hash RecipeSkillet Sweet Potato Hash

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Skillet Sweet Potato Hash Recipe

Sweet potatoes are full of vitamin A and dietary fiber. In this recipe, they are cooked with green peppers and onions and seasoned with smoked sweet paprika. This is a great side dish for any meal.

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Winter Squash and Black Bean Quesadillas RecipeWinter Squash and Black Bean Quesadillas

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Winter Squash and Black Bean Quesadillas Recipe

The winter squash in these quesadillas provides a savory way to eat this seasonal vegetable while supplying 90 percent of the daily recommended vitamin A intake. You can use canned pumpkin or the puree from any variety of roasted winter squash, like butternut or acorn.

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Sundried Tomato and Feta Shrimp RecipeSundried Tomato and Feta Shrimp

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Sundried Tomato and Feta Shrimp Recipe

This tangy shrimp is cooked in the oil of the sundried tomatoes to control fat. A sprinkle of feta cheese eliminates the need for extra table salt. When paired with a salad or brown rice, this recipe makes a quick and easy weeknight meal. It can also be served alone as an appetizer or snack.

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Whole Grain Apple Cinnamon Biscuits RecipeWhole Grain Apple Cinnamon Biscuits

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Whole Grain Apple Cinnamon Biscuits Recipe

These simple biscuits are made with olive oil and almond milk to reduce saturated fat. We have also used whole grain flour to add dietary fiber. The sweet flavors of apple and cinnamon make them a delicious substitute for higher calorie baked goods like cinnamon rolls and danishes.

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Easy Buffalo Chicken Bites RecipeEasy Buffalo Chicken Bites

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Easy Buffalo Chicken Bites Recipe

These buffalo chicken bites have all the flavor of your favorite game day snack with fewer calories and less saturated fat and sodium. They are simple to make, and the recipe can easily be doubled to feed a larger crowd.

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Carrot Cake Salad RecipeCarrot Cake Salad

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Carrot Cake Salad Recipe

This recipe uses the flavors of a popular dessert and turns it into a side dish that is loaded with healthy fruits and vegetables. It provides a lower calorie way to satisfy a dessert craving.

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10 Game Day Snacks Under 200 Calories Recipe10 Game Day Snacks Under 200 Calories

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Easy Buffalo Chicken Bites Recipe

Traditional game day foods are typically loaded with calories, fat, and sodium. Change up your game day spread with these healthier alternatives -- all under 200 calories per serving.

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Roasted Vegetable and Chickpea Dip RecipeRoasted Vegetable and Chickpea Dip

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Roasted Vegetable and Chickpea Dip Recipe

This recipe combines roasted vegetables with chickpeas and extra virgin olive oil to create a dip that provides protein, heart-healthy fat, and vitamins. Use it for dipping vegetables, as a spread for whole grain crackers, or as a filling for vegetarian sandwiches.

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Baked Blueberry Oatmeal RecipeBaked Blueberry Oatmeal

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Baked Blueberry Oatmeal Recipe

Baked oatmeal makes a healthy breakfast that can be made early in the week and reheated on a busy morning. This version uses frozen blueberries for a sweet and hearty breakfast that isn’t loaded with sugar or saturated fat.

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