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Tomato basil pesto sauce

To make this sauce in less time, use canned, diced tomatoes with no added salt instead of fresh Roma tomatoes. They will cook down faster.


Whole-wheat pumpkin pancakes

If you want to prepare the batter ahead of time, keep the dry and wet ingredients separate until ready to cook.


Baked blueberry French toast

Blueberries are packed with antioxidants and add wonderful flavor to this breakfast favorite.


Cranberry pecan rice pilaf

It only takes a few minutes to turn a side dish of plain rice into cranberry pecan rice pilaf.


Alfredo sauce

This creamy sauce is low in fat, thanks to skim milk and low-fat cream cheese.


Pasta primavera

Traditional pasta primavera includes a heavy cream sauce. This lighter version is much lower in calories, fat and sodium, and has a fresher taste.


Spiced carrot raisin tea bread

When you want a sweet treat, this tea bread delivers. Enjoy a healthier take on traditional dessert breads.


Apple lettuce salad

This apple and lettuce salad will remind you of apple pie — without the calories and fat.


Veggie egg bake

You can prepare this casserole and refrigerate overnight. The next morning, let the casserole stand at room temperature while oven heats and then bake as directed.


Spicy snow peas

Snow peas are long and flat and contain tiny lentil-sized peas. You can use sugar snap peas instead in this recipe if you prefer.


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