These Better-For-You Recipes Won’t Break the Bank
January may be the month of resolutions, but March is a good time to renew any of them that might have fallen by the way side.
It’s National Nutrition Month and spring is around the corner, so it just feels like a good time to enjoy these better-for-you recipes that are also budget friendly.
This recipe features eggs, potatoes, ham and Swiss cheese and feels like an indulgent way to start a weekend morning.
This nostalgic custard is sure to be a family favorite. A rich, creamy, sweet custard is studded with peach pieces and topped with nutmeg or cinnamon. The milk and eggs combine to provide 7 grams of protein per serving.
Refreshing and bracing, this chilly coleslaw wakes up your taste buds with fresh jalapeño peppers and mint.
Need a quick, easy and healthy side dish for those burgers? Solve the dilemma with this tasty salad of broccoli, apple, carrot and red onion tossed with a sweet-and-sour, creamy yogurt dressing.
Reminiscent of rich, creamy veggie gratins, this simplified recipe adds extra pizazz with mustard and paprika in the cheesy sauce.
You don’t have to be a vegetarian to love these tacos. Flavor-packed lentils combine with tomatoes and cheese for the filling with an easy guacamole to grace the top.
These dressed-up tuna patties are a flash in the pan! Greek yogurt, shredded vegetables and pickle relish add flavor and moisture to classic tuna patties. Serve them with a simple sauce that tastes sophisticated made with yogurt, lemon juice and garlic and you have a meal that’s both homey and elegant in no time flat.