Make a cauliflower crust. Enjoy this grain-free crust with a fork.
Yields 8 slices.
Make your own whole-wheat pizza crust.
Yields 8 slices
This cool creamy dip is easy to whip up with only 4 ingredients. Serve with fresh vegetables for a heart-healthy snack.
This dip is creamy and delicious. Instead of dairy it has heart-healthy white beans creating a rich and creamy caramelized onion dip. Serve with pita bread.
Everyone needs a basic chili recipe for big gatherings. Here’s ours. What’s fun about this one is that it’s heart healthy and guilt-free, so make extra for second helpings! Serves 4.
It doesn’t get any easier! This salad combines the convenience of nutritious canned black beans and sweet corn with fresh ingredients like cilantro, basil and crunchy jicama. Dressed in mustard yogurt vinaigrette and snappy barbecue sauce, it all adds up to a super speedy supper that’s high in Vitamins A, C, K and dietary fiber. Serves 4.
This fast, easy, and heart-healthy shrimp tex-mex salad is why we urge you to keep your pantry stocked with such staples as black beans, corn, and black olives. Hold the shrimp for your vegetarian guests. Serve with baked corn tortilla chips. Serves 4.
Who says fish can’t be fun? Everyone loves tacos, and these don’t disappoint. Made with black beans – a fiber superstar – and flaky white fish or shrimp, this casual entrée can be served with all the fixings from creamy avocados to spicy salsa. Any way you make it, this dish is high in Vitamin C and low in fat and calories. Serves 6.
Mexican food-lovers will agree that these enchiladas taste absolutely authentic. And no one will be able to tell that the salmon is canned. Serve with a green salad. Serves 8.
Our heart-healthy and well-balanced paella sacrifices none of the flavor. We’ve used sausage, chicken and shrimp, but in moderation. Coriander and turmeric contribute beautiful color and flavor for an impressive but simple dish that looks like you spent hours preparing. Toss a salad, and ring the dinner bell. Serves 6.