Filled with bright herbs and crunchy raw onions, this salad makes a great nutritious side or light meal.
This salad packs a flavorful punch with tart apples, creamy cheese and sweet dried fruits.
This one-dish dinner gives your the flavors of Thanksgiving anytime of the year, and without all the hassle.
Basic baked potatoes can’t compare to the array of flavors — cheesy, citrusy, herbaceous — packed into crispy potato skins in this dish.
You can whip up the sauce for this dish in the time it takes to cook the pasta, making it the perfect mid-week dinner.
The penne is cooked directly in the skillet with the rest of the ingredients like risotto so the pasta soaks up all the flavors.
If you don’t like salmon this meal-worthy salad would also be just as delicious with sautéed shrimp or scallops.
This has wonderful spice and a slight kick in the back of your throat from the red pepper and the cumin.
This is not too sweet, not to crazy filling.. perfectly portioned, and superbly easy to fit in a serving of fruit.
Enjoy a truly comforting dish, the butternut squash and black bean enchilada skillet recipe from Amber Massey.
This recipe calls for baby kale, but any variety would do. Replace the chicken broth with vegetable broth and omit the prosciutto for a vegetarian version.
Enter this version of Thai chicken.. but in a not so typical but oh-so-fun package- a tortilla!
The green onions give this a subtle onion flavor without overpowering the flavor of the two different types of beans.
The warmer spring weather is on the rise here in Texas and that can only bring one thought to my mind – backyard grilling!
This basic bundt cake can be remade however you please – be creative!
If you are looking for an awesomely yummy dinner, this is it.
Imagine you’re pressed for time. Enter this super-fast 20-minute chicken wrap meal.
A deliciously easy sausage pasta recipe. Ideal cooking on a busy weeknight.
Amber Massey serves up a batch of amazing game day BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders.
In central Texas, it’s the time of year when the smell of roasted chiles fills the parking lot of specialty food stores.
With these basil burgers, you can have a beef burger and still stick to your healthy diet.
Amber Massey decides to create a healthier Sloppy Joe, featuring veggies and turkey.
You can pretty much be safe in stuffing whatever you please into these shells and still get a successful meal out of it.
Serve these Mediterranean chicken meatballs with a home made – or store bought – pesto.
This pasta has all the components of a classic BLT – (Turkey) Bacon, Lettuce (Spinach), and (Oven-Roasted) Tomatoes.
This Pesto-Crusted Salmon is a delicious meal made with just 5 additional ingredients.
This Lemon, Artichoke and Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken is definitely worth a try.
This delicious and super simple dish is a great way of mixing up the classic sides of beans and rice.
Here it is – the dietitian’s version of a Chicken and Waffles.
This Chicken Divan is a true comfort casserole to Amber Massey, even if she updated her Mother’s recipe.
Amber Massey with a creatively healthy play on the taste of buffalo wings.
Sprinked with parmesan – the result is a bubbly roll of cheese-y and saugage-y goodness.
Amber Massey turns her salad obsession into a delicious Mexican slaw with spiced pepitas.
Fresh mango salsa spices up these comfy, crispy coconut chicken fingers.
The late April heat in the Lone Star State doesn’t mean you can’t pull out the slow cooker.