Even kids who don’t like broccoli will like this cheesy treat.
Full of fresh vegetables and cheddar cheese, this recipe offers a colorful take on a classic main dish.
Classic New England-style chowder rich with clams and fresh veggies.
A rich, flavorful soup that’s perfect with grilled cheese sandwiches.
Pair with a crisp salad for an easy weeknight meal.
A quintessential crowd pleaser, creamy potatoes loaded with cheese.
Using a purchased rotisserie chicken allows you to make this crowd-pleasing dish in just a few minutes.
The beloved childhood favorite gets a little extra nutrition from milk plus DHA. Dr Greene notes that a sprinkle of flax meal boosts the omega-3s even more.
Prepare this dish a day in advance so that the flavors have time to develop. Spicy Yogurt Dressing also makes a delicious dip for skewered grilled meats or vegetables.
Somewhere between soup and chili, this thick, hearty mixture is perfect on a cold night. Feel free to substitute an extra can of beans for the chicken if you prefer vegetarian soup.
Serve this vibrant, tangy-sweet salad in “cups” made from red lettuce leaves.
The dressing for Dr Greene’s simple salad can also double as a healthful dip.
Salmon and walnuts—two of the best dietary sources of Omega-3s—come together in Dr Greene’s scrumptiously simple dish.
This light and tasty entree provides beneficial Omega-3s from salmon, flax oil and Horizon Organic Milk plus DHA. Omega-3s have been under Dr Greene’s nutritional spotlight lately.
Dr Greene’s fresh twist on typical burgers offers delectable flavor plus Omega-3s from both salmon and flax oil.
Dr Greene endorses this spectacular lasagna that is well worth the time it takes to prepare. Plus, it feeds a crowd!
A new twist on an old favorite.
Created with kids in mind, this irresistibly cheesy casserole even sneaks in some vegetables!
This quick, easy casserole combines wholesome black beans with the delicious flavor of homemade cornbread.
Reduced fat sour cream makes this dish rich and satisfying without piling on the fat and calories. Team it with salad for a light supper.
A cheesy twist on the ultimate comfort food.
Fresh herbs are the key to this salad’s bright flavors.
This simple recipe can easily be multiplied to serve a large holiday crowd.
A hint of garlic infuses this great-tasting and quick-to-fix dish.
This is a great side dish paired with chicken or pasta.