Avocado is combined with other ingredients rich in anti-oxidants, such as citrus, olive oil and garlic, in a satisfying high-protein snack.
Chicken soup has long been used as a comfort food for the sick, and it’s no wonder why! This quick recipe is rich in fibre, anti-oxidants and anti-bacterial properties.
These flaky wafers and cheese straws are lower in fat and cholesterol than their traditional cousins, thanks to the use of reduced-fat cheese.
When you use your favourite toppings and fruits, the combinations can be endless! This dish is also much healthier and easier to make than a gingerbread house.
This impressive dessert cake is worth the effort. Trust us, you’ll find yourself asking for seconds of this low-fat version of the classic recipe.
Japanese food tends to be low in fat, and these stylish sushi rolls are no exception. Now that the ingredients are available in grocery stores, it’s easy to make them yourself. You must use sushi rice, which is sticky when cooked, for the best results.
These sweet potato fries are great as a side dish, a snack or serve them as an appetizer with a dip. One serving of these fries contains only 200 calories and two grams of fat.
Cool off on a hot summer day the healthy way with this refreshing raspberry and pomegranate smoothie recipe.
This dish traditionally uses ham or bacon and a rich butter sauce. Here, a yogurt and chive hollandaise sauce contrasts with the richness of poached eggs and lean ham, to make a lighter, but equally special version.