Top these tender whole-wheat waffles with fresh fruit and slivered almonds for a restaurant-worthy breakfast.
To get the prettiest blush color for this drink, be sure to choose rhubarb without any green streaks, and dont remove the fibrous pink peel.
This frosty drink is as refreshing as frozen lemonade but has the added lushness of summer melon. Fresh thyme gives the fruits sweetness some grown-up dimension.
Buttermilk, packed with calcium and probiotics, lends a subtle tanginess to this spice-spiked lassi. Finish with a sprinkle of chopped pistachios for a hit of crunch.
Quick and easy homemade strawberry syrup melds with creamy vanilla ice cream when fizzled with club soda.
Ginger beer (which contains no alcohol) adds a sweet kick to the tart blackberries. Its readily available in supermarkets.
This fish is topped with cilantro, but it's also great with pickled ginger.
Instead of chocolate chips, chop up an antioxidant-rich bar of dark chocolate for these crispy cookies.
The Indian-spiced yogurt raita does double-duty, flavoring the chicken and serving as a dipping sauce.
Crisp julienned vegetables add crunchy texture to wheat-free pasta. To prep them fast, try the Oxo Julienne Peeler ($10, Oxo.com).
Not in a carnivorous mood? Just opt for large peeled shrimp instead of beef and cut the cooking time by a couple of minutes.
A quick raspberry sauce adds pastry-shop polish to this cheesecake. Want extra to serve alongside the dessert? Double the ingredient amounts and reserve half the sauce.
Yogurt subs for heavy cream, so it's lowfat and only tastes splurgy.
They pack almost all your daily vitamin C.
An easy fancy meal with a bonus: Mushrooms and tomato may fight cancer.
Spinach and lowfat ricotta make it hearty—and good for you.