You can use almost any fish you like, but red snapper works particularly well.
Muffin tins make the ideal container for a pizza-flavored mac and cheese. Pasta is packed with protein already, but when you add in cottage cheese, mozzarella, and eggs, you’ve got a protein-rich lunch that will get your kids through the afternoon.
These Japanese rice snacks are perfect for the adventurous eater in your home. Traditional recipes call for rolling the balls or forming a flat cake in a triangle shape, then adding a filling to the center of the rice cake. This recipe simplifies the process by mixing up the filling with the rice.
Creamy avocado tops this healthy spin on a time-honored party dip. We used Hass avocados for this recipe, which are the most recognized varietal. Patented by postman Rudolph Hass in 1935, the Hass version is often preferred for its easy-to-peel skin, creamy texture, and nutty flavor.
The flavors of these "cheezes" are so good you won't miss the real thing.
Skip the takeout. Coat savory steak, crisp broccoli, and sweet sugar snap peas in a thick and creamy sesame glaze. You can make this dish ahead or store leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for 3–4 days. For long-term storage, freeze individual portions. Defrost overnight in the refrigerator before reheating.