Weight Management

Cheese-Stuffed Potatoes with Fresh Salsa

Twice-baked potatoes are a great favorite, and these potato-and-cheese-filled examples are made extra-special (and high in vitamin C) with a topping of fresh tomato salsa.

Toasted Oat, Scallion & Cheddar Muffins

Use either old-fashioned rolled oats or quick-cooking oats in these savory muffins. The oats benefit greatly from a quick toasting in the oven and lend the muffins a nutty flavor.

Bruschetta with Salsa Picante

If you can't find dried chipotle peppers, use canned chipotles in adobo and skip the first step.

Garlic-Herb Sautéed Cherry Tomatoes

You could also make this dish with the smaller grape tomatoes. Serve the tomatoes as a vegetable side dish, or toss them with pasta for a light vegetarian main dish.

Wine-Poached Plums with Yogurt Cream

If you don’t have a cinnamon stick, you can make this with ground cinnamon. Use H teaspoon and add it in step 2, when you heat the wine mixture.

Nectarine Cheese Pie in a Ginger Crust

Unlike most cheese pies or cheesecakes, this is made with no eggs and is not baked. Instead, homemade yogurt cheese is combined with sour cream, sugar, chopped nectarines, and gelatin and chilled until set. Timing alert: You will need to start the yogurt cheese a day ahead, and the filling needs about 6 hours to set.

Pepper Cheese Quesadillas with Honey Mustard

The salty, rich flavors of cheese are perfectly complemented by the hot-sweet flavors of honey mustard.

Chicken Broth

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Marinated Roasted Peppers

Choose peppers of any color for this delicious side dish. Red, yellow, and orange peppers will be sweeter than green or black ones, but all are wonderful to have on hand. Roasted peppers can be served on their own, added to salads or sandwiches, or used to top a pizza.

Scallion-Mustard Turkey Meatballs

Sweet apple and a touch of mustard make these meatballs moist and flavorful. They can be poached, baked, or sautéed and served with a dipping sauce or in a sauce.