Now It’s Easier to Save and Share the Recipes You Love on EatingWell.com!

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016
Now It's Easier to Save and Share the Recipes You Love on EatingWell.com! Blog Post

Chicken Chili with Sweet Potatoes

Over the past few months we've been working hard to bring you a better EatingWell.com and we started with the recipes first. We wanted to make it easier for you to discover, save and share recipes you love.

Retro Desserts You Should Bust Out for Christmas This Year

Wednesday, December 16th, 2015
Retro Desserts You Should Bust Out for Christmas This Year Blog Post

This year Christmas will be a kind of old-meets-new tradition in my house. I’m hosting my in-laws. We’re going to wear ugly Christmas sweaters from the ’80s. We’ll probably listen to old records from my childhood—the Chipmunks, Fleetwood Mac, Bing Crosby. We’ll watch White Christmas and Elf (classics).

What’s on Michelle Obama’s Plate? How the First Lady Wants to Make Your Dinner Healthier Using MyPlate

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013
What’s on Michelle Obama’s Plate? How the First Lady Wants to Make Your Dinner Healthier Using MyPlate Blog Post

First Lady Michelle Obama is the ultimate busy mom—last week she presented at the Oscars, this morning she’s on Good Morning America talking about her latest effort to help Americans eat healthier—the MyPlate Recipes Partnership.

DIY chocolate-dipped strawberries (and more chocolate-covered treats)

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013
DIY chocolate-dipped strawberries (and more chocolate-covered treats) Blog Post

If you want to melt hearts this Valentine’s Day, dark chocolate-dipped strawberries are one of the most romantic foods to serve. They seem fancy and decadent, but they couldn't be easier to make. Just use your microwave to melt chocolate (no double boiler on the stovetop required!). Whip up a batch before dinner and they’ll be ready by the time you hit dessert. (For a gift, let the treats cool, wrap in wax paper and place them in a pretty box.)

4 quick, healthy 400-calorie recipes for dinner

Friday, December 21st, 2012
4 quick, healthy 400-calorie recipes for dinner Blog Post

Trying to eat healthier and maybe even lose a little weight? That’s one of my goals for the new year and I’m going to really focus on having a healthy, low-calorie dinner to help me meet my goals. Science shows that when it comes to losing weight, what’s most important is how much you’re eating. (See what a 1,200-calorie day of food looks like.)