This chilled dessert combines cream cheese, yogurt, oranges, peaches and pineapple. It's topped with toasted coconut.
Top baked halibut with tomato basil salsa for a flavor boost.
This trifle recipe uses a white or yellow cake and has lighter accompaniments, including vanilla pudding, fresh fruit and reduced-fat whipped topping.
This easy pumpkin soup can be made with canned or homemade pumpkin puree.
This salad includes pears, walnuts and fennel, which resembles celery and has a mild, sweet licorice flavor.
Instead of peanuts and pretzels, this snack mix includes garbanzos and dried fruit, boosting the fiber and lowering the fat and sodium.
French bread serves as the base and vegetables top this tasty pizza.
Broccoli, cheddar and egg bake up to make a delightful main dish suitable for breakfast, brunch or dinner.
Fried rice is a great way to use up leftover rice, which clumps together better than fresh rice does.
This refreshing main dish salad is an elegant lunch or dinner for a beautiful spring day.