The Kitchen Diva’s Power Bars

The Kitchen Diva’s Power Bars

These energy-packed bars are the perfect on-the-go snack when dinner is still hours away. Individually wrap them for a homemade jolt of nutrition you can throw in your purse.
Dr. Oz's Green Drink

Dr. Oz's Green Drink

Make the breakfast drink that Dr. Oz swears by! This "green drink" is high in fiber, low-calorie and rich in vitamins.
Rainbow Superfood Salad

Rainbow Superfood Salad With Wild Blueberry and Balsamic

This vibrant salad is bursting with flavor and nutrition.
Curried Waldorf Salad

Gluten-Free Curried Waldorf Salad

This nutty, dairy-free salad is a healthy and delicious alternative to a traditional favorite.
Quinoa and Garbanzo Bean

Gluten-Free Quinoa and Garbanzo Bean Salad

Light, refreshing, and delicious, this is a perfect vegetarian entrée for a warm afternoon. It is best made ahead to let the flavors blend. The quinoa can also be cooked in a rice cooker.

Cauliflower Salad

Super easy and super good. You can also add broccoli in with it. Great way to get in some good raw veggies.

Antipasto Bowl

This assortment of vegetables and cheese takes less than 30 min. to prepare, but if you want to get as much as possible done in advance, make the vinaigrette a few days early. You can store this appetizer in the refrigerator for up to eight hours, but don’t go longer than that, or it will affect the texture and flavor of the ingredients.
Crunchy Bean Salad

Crunchy Bean Salad

Beans are a super-lean protein that are high in both fiber and folate. This salad mixes beans with crisp ingredients for a texture twist that is sure to tickle your taste buds.

Gluten-Free Ratatouille

This is the classic mix of eggplant, zucchini, red peppers, and tomatoes, but the fresh herbs stirred in at the end of the cooking process set this version apart. Good served hot or at room temperature, drizzled with a touch of olive oil, ratatouille travels well and tastes even better the day after it’s made.
Seseme-Encrusted Sole

Gluten-Free Sesame-Crusted Sole with Baby Bok Choy and Wild Rice Bowl

Wild or Indian rice is actually a marsh grass that has a chewy texture and is a good source of B vitamins, iron, magnesium zinc, and fiber. It is often used as a gluten-free grain option along with quinoa, brown rice, millet, amaranth, buckwheat groats (kasha), and teff.
Wild Salmon

Gluten-Free Wild Salmon with Rosemary Sweet Potatoes and Lemon Asparagus

“Rosemary for remembrance,” an age-old adage, holds true today, as this aromatic herb in the mint family offers antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits important for memory.
Breakfast Burrito

Gluten-Free Breakfast Burrito

A quick, easy, and tasty breakfast entrée that won’t leave you feeling hungry an hour later.

Corn on the Cob w/Chili Lime Butter

Kick up the rich flavor of sweet corn with lime and chili!
Portabello Mushroom Sandwich

Portobello Mushroom Burger with Sweet Potato Fries

You don't have to live without burgers and fries; just follow this healthy recipe.
Turkey Black Bean Burger With Zucchini Fries

Turkey Black Bean Burger With Zucchini Fries

The Deen Brothers have mastered the arts of budgeting and food. This delicious meal fits perfectly into Dr. Oz’s $1 Diet – it can be made in less than 30 minutes, is less than 500 calories and costs a total of 87 cents per serving!
Fit & Tasty Pizza

Fit & Tasty Pizza

Kick up the rich flavor of sweet corn with lime and chili!
Spaghetti Best-ern

Spaghetti Best-ern

We've been big fans of spaghetti squash for years, so we decided it was time to put it to use in an official spaghetti-and-meatball swap.