We've rounded up five edible treats that are even leprechaun approved! These dishes, drinks and desserts serve up lots of delicious flavor without packing in too many extra calories!
Sweet, sour, and fiery hot, this Chinese dish beats takeout by a mile. Orange juice, crushed red pepper, and sesame oil add allure to this saucy Chinese entrée.
Feel like chicken tonight? What about tasty, healthy, speedy chicken? We can do that! Fresh or frozen, chicken breasts are infinitely adaptable, and their lean, low-fat profile is renown.
Shrimp Jambalaya is a wonderful, spicy one-dish meal. It's guaranteed to have your tastebuds a hoppin' and your family begging for more!
The chocolate flavor is so deep and true, no one will ever guess that there is tofu in the cake and in the icing -- or, that the cake has only 2.1 grams of fat per serving.
Three distinctive flavors -- fruity orange, faintly licorice fennel and bitter radicchio -- come together as one in this satisfying salad.
What better way to show you care on Valentine's Day than by cooking up an exquisite yet easy menu that's from (and good for) the heart?
A cup of warm milk isn't necessarily the magic sleep potion, but it's probably the most common drink associated with the ritual of bedtime. Does it really help you get to sleep any faster?
Have you ever just woke up one morning saying to yourself, "Wouldn't it be funny to really mess with my beloved family and make it a backwards kinda day?" Well, you're in luck!
Here's a soup that will not only do that but should satisfy any palate. We're talking bout Chickpea Soup Portuguese style. Portuguese cooks make good use of greens in their peasant-style soups. If you don't have spinach, substitute sliced kale or collards.