What's summer without a big juicy burger? This vegetable stuffed turkey alternative gives you two servings of vegetables per thick, juicy patty. Ground turkey breast is leaner than beef, and the diced veggies in the meat help keep it moist.
Oregano Marinated Grilled Chicken with Charred Lemons
Trying to find an alternative to hot dogs? How about two butterflied whole chickens on the grill? It's surprisingly easy with this simple method. The secret to the flavor lies in the oregano marinade. The secret to the presentation is a sharp knife and four skewers.
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Pasta Salad with Spinach Olives and Mozzarella
Pasta salad is a summer must, but if you're thinking of soggy noodles in mayo, think again. This tangy salad with olives and fresh baby spinach leafs is anything but boring. Substitute whole grain pasta to add fiber and make it even healthier.
If you have a grill, you have a party. If you're game, try this delicious and healthy grilled swordfish. The lemony cantaloupe and cucumber salsa on top ads zest and color. If you can't get swordfish steaks, substitute another hearty fish that won't flake like tuna, halibut or mahi-mahi.
Fresh pineapple and shrimp flavored with soy and garlic - how can you miss? And to make this crowd pleaser even healthier, use a bit less sugar than the recipe calls for. The sweetness of the pineapple may be enough.
Garden fresh corn, tomatoes, and not much else. Whether you're lucky enough to get them from the your back yard or not, this is the season for naturally sweet veggie goodness. Maybe that's what makes this festive dish so healthy and crowd-pleasing.
This dessert looks as rich as a cream puff. Make it with low fat yogurt and get the flavor for free. The sweetness comes from a little added honey - and, of course, the natural sweetness of the fruit. Looks decadent, but it's not!