Baked Cinnamon Apple

Try this yummy and easy-to-make sweet treat! 

Tuna Salad on Salad Greens

Stay energized and nourished with this lunchtime staple!

Whole Grain Pasta With Vegetables

Enjoy this tasty and nutrient-dense family-favorite dish! 

Broccoli Bean and Leek Soup

A recent study out of Pennsylvania State University found that adding puréed vegetables to entrées reduced the number of calories in meals (by around 300 calories a meal) without sacrificing texture or taste. Get stealthy with your vegetables by making this dish.

Acorn Squash Apple Soup

Seaweed Spinach Artichoke Dip

Wakame is a specific type of seaweed commonly found in Miso soup, which prevents water retention and bloating. Packed with magnesium, calcium, and vitamin B12, wakame is a great ingredient to add into the traditional Spinach Artichoke Dip.

Chicken Sandwich

Penne with Mushrooms and Artichokes

Vitamin D has been known to provide a host of health benefits including warding off diseases like osteoporosis and high blood pressure, but new research says that it could also help to burn fat. The mushrooms and artichokes in this pasta dish provide 267 IUs of vitamin D per serving. As an added bonus, it’s low-calorie!

Cancer-Fighting Breakfast Scramble

Extra-firm tofu, when crumbled, has a scrambled-egg texture, and readily takes on the flavors of spices and sauces. Enjoy the egg-like flavor, without the heaviness. You can modify this recipe to include spinach and potatoes, tomato and basil, or curry, peas and cilantro.

Cancer-Fighting Breakfast Smoothies

Makes about 3 cups

1 very ripe banana
2 cups frozen fruit/berries
1 cup almond milk or soymilk