This glaze for baked ham has a robust, tart taste to it that makes a welcome change from the usual overly sweet, unhealthy, sugar-laden glazes that are put on hams. Its slight tartness really compliments the saltiness of the ham.
Cranberry Sauce should be healthy — after all, it’s cranberries! Most though are overloaded with a boatload of unnecessary calories from added sugar — at a time of year, usually, when you’d rather use the calories up on so many other things.
This is one of the best tasting homemade egg nogs we’ve come across in decades of experimenting, and it’s also the quickest and easiest. It’s thick, satisfying and tasty.
Marie Rose Sauce is a simple, classic sauce to go with shrimp, battered fish, or French fries. It’s very quick and easy to make, and there’s no cooking required, just a quick stir.
This classical French regional sauce is traditionally served with seafood, poached fish, and delicate green vegetable such as asparagus. It has only four simple ingredients that are apparent: the main ingredient is really time.
Brussel Sprouts. Baked in a cheese sauce.
This is an apple pie that tastes like the most wonderful old-fashioned apple pie in the world, but it has three surprises: a phyllo pastry crust, a layer of custard hiding under the apples, and, it’s incredibly low in calories.
This pumpkin pie has the classic pumpkin pie taste that everyone loves, but it’s lost a boatload of calories so you can indulge in it without giving it a second thought. This skinny pumpkin pie is just an incredible 2 Weight Watchers PointsPlus® per genero
This is an easy, classical sauce from the south of France that you can whip up in a blender or food processor. It’s so little work and time that you can easily squeeze this in on a weeknight.
This modern twist on a classical French dish draws on inexpensive, environmentally-sustainable basa fish and takes less than 15 minutes to prepare, so it’s an ideal mid-week supper candidate.
Don’t tell anyone about the skinny word in the title here; they won’t know or care, these home baked beans are so darn good. Even people who have grown up expecting baked beans to taste like certain canned brands smack their lips over these beans.
This is a creamy, spicy, rich-tasting, very morish eggplant sauce. It’s great on rice, noodles (try it on Shirataki noodles for a practically calorie-free meal), or just in a bowl with a spoon, maybe with a sprinkle of parmesan on it, it’s that good on its own.
Sometimes, you just want a slice of home-baked, plain old-fashioned white bread. It’s dead easy, and guilt-free, with this recipe.
Assemble this all in your slow cooker, and let your it transform the ingredients into a more-ish dish with deep, satisfying smokey flavours. This is a very healthy, non-fattening take on Sloppy Joes, so you can have a big feed, guilt free.
This is a luxurious combination of two of the best tastes from two favourite holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas. The smoothness of the pumpkin custard acts as the perfect foil to the richness of the mincemeat.
This pumpkin quiche with phyllo crust is both a conversation piece and a crowd pleaser. It’s relatively easy to throw together because we’re using three cheats: a can of pumpkin, a carton of liquid egg, and the delicious crust is just sheets of store-bought phyllo.
These cheese-topped eggplant halves are a real treat for eggplant lovers. Cheesy, creamy, rich-tasting eggplant with none of that partially-raw flavour that eggplant can have at times.
You can make an incredibly rich and nutritious stock from something everybody throws out — potato peels! Store this in tubs in the freezer for instant, healthy flavour in your soups, sauces, risottos, etc.
This recipe has all the classic sweet and tangy taste that you expect from a coleslaw dressing, with a fraction of the calories. With this dressing, you can turn your slaws back into a food that truly is healthy.
Tartar sauce lovers will rejoice at this recipe. It’s quick and easy to make out of ingredients you may have in your fridge every day; it’s tangy and refreshing like the best tartar sauces you’ve ever had, and it doesn’t taste chemically.
This is a really filling, cheesy baked casserole that tastes like potato hash browns with cheese in it. It’s very morish, but that’s not a problem, because it’s not fattening .
This beef and vegetable ragout comes with an abundant amount of rich, thick gravy, making it perfect to spoon on top a bed of mash. Aside from some chopping that that inevitably happens when you’re eating healthy, it’s otherwise quick and easy.
Shit on a Shingle made with creamed, chipped beef is a classic American military dish. This recipe makes enough for one person for lunch or a light supper; you can easily multiply this recipe as needed.
This healthy pickled vegetable salad is more like an antipasto. It’s traditional in Italy on Christmas Eve, but it’s also made throughout the year and it makes a great summer salad.