Strawberry Sorbet


February 16th 2012By Nechama Cohen

This is a low-carb, low-fat, very refreshing dessert. In place of strawberries, you can try other fruits with a low Glycemic Index, such as blueberries, raspberries, kiwis and/or lemon. They can be combined or used separately.


Cauliflower “Mac” and Cheese


May 10th 2015By Tamar Genger MA, RD

Mac and cheese is a childhood favorite that never gets old, but it does get hard to fit into a healthy diet. This version uses cauliflower instead of pasta, it is still pretty high in fat and calories mostly due to the cheese, but you can feel better about getting some extra vitamins and fiber from the cauliflower and for kids it is a great way to get them to eat their veggies. Enjoy as a main or try a smaller portion as a side, if you like mac and cheese you will love this new twist.


Cabbage Leaves Spring Rolls

Spring Cabbage Rolls

August 21st 2014By ITONOCHEL

This recipe idea was born after watching a TV program, which told of the culinary benefits of spring rolls, but instead of using traditional spring roll wrappers and frying, it is made with cabbage leaves and then baked. It is easy to prepare, healthy and even a great activity to make with your children. Enjoy.


Brigitte’s Spaghetti Squash

Brigitte' Spaghetti Squash

December 17th 2013By Brigitte

I am thrilled to share this very easy recipe which uses one of my favorite seasonal vegetables: spaghetti squash. I promise it is foolproof and takes no time. I love to make this as a main meal and pair it with a gorgeous salad for either lunch or a light dinner. The best part of this recipe: you can end this meal with a decadent dessert since you already met the veggie requirement with your entrée.