These make-ahead, freezer-friendly, and lighter kids' lunches get an A+ in our book. Liven up the little ones' midday meals with these sandwiches, pizzas, salads, and soups.
Make this easy-to-pack (and prep) turkey wrap. Look for fresh cooked turkey breast, not turkey roll, in your local deli or natural-foods store.
Use up grilled chicken leftovers in this flavorful sandwich.
These chicken tenders are inspired by hot wings but made with breast meat for a leaner protein and served skinless for less fat.
These flatbreads are easy to make, but the store-bought kind will also work just fine.
This nutrient-packed egg dish contains a wealth of healthy ingredients. Omega-3-rich eggs, parsley, and olive oil help reduce inflammation. Black beans contain antioxidants and are a great source of fiber, which helps to balance your blood sugar and detoxify your body.
Brown-rice gives this vegetarian stir-fry a nutty flavor and hearty texture and offers up more fiber than white rice has.
Pizza can deliver lots of nutrition, as with this whole-wheat crust studded with lean turkey sausage and antioxidant-rich orange peppers and arugula.
Adding toasted whole-wheat breadcrumbs gives this dish a nice crunch that balances out the creaminess of the sauce.