You'd never guess this creamy, cheesy, lasagna-stuffed spaghetti squash was under 300 calories per serving.
What you'll need: Serrated knife ($10, )
You won't even realize you're eating a bowl of veggies — a little time in the oven and an easy homemade Romesco sauce totally transforms them.
Ditch the bun and try halved zucchini for this delicious dinner idea that's topped with chicken, mint, and low-fat kefir.
This smoky, garlicky vegetarian dish is perfect for when you're short on time. Just prep what you can in advance and store in the fridge until dinnertime.
Nothing complements a tomato-rich broth more than spicy chorizo and sweet, tender seafood.
What you'll need: Large pot ($16, )
Warm up on a cold winter's day with this comforting corn and potato chowder that can easily be made vegetarian if you eliminate the chorizo.
Transform basic garlic bread into this deliciously light meal with ricotta, garlic, and grilled veggies.
Butternut squash is the food of fall. Get your fix with this creamy soup featuring coconut milk and turmeric.
What you'll need: Turmeric powder ($20, )
There's nothing boring about this salad packed with cauliflower, roasted almonds, and dried cranberries.
Each toast comes in at only 164 calories, so you can go ahead and treat yourself to a whole plate for a delicious dinner.
Corn is the star of these fritters flavored with zesty lemon, olive oil, and pepper.
Make one heaping pot of this hearty soup and freeze separately for a quick dinner you can enjoy all winter long.
This flavorful dinner is packed with good-for-you ingredients like quinoa, fish, Greek yogurt, and spinach.
What you'll need: Nonstick baking sheet ($16, )
Give your spaghetti squash a boost by adding chickpeas, lemon juice, and crumbled feta cheese.
What you'll need: Parchment paper ($12, )
This creamy, cheesy dish gets an extra kick of flavor thanks to lemons and leafy escarole.
Steak, watermelon, and ripe tomatoes make for a juicy, color-packed dish.
What you'll need: Cutting board ($60, )
Romaine hearts (not tortilla chips!) give these salad fajitas the crunch you love.
What you'll need: Blender ($34, )
These lean dinner cups are nice and crunchy thanks to radishes and lettuce. Drizzle some cilantro sauce on top for that extra touch.
Ayesha Curry's seasoned turkey burgers and sweet apple and cabbage slaw are a match made in heaven.
Heart-healthy whole-wheat pasta gets a dash of Vitamin C thanks to yummy green beans.
What you'll need: Garlic press ($16, )
Get your veggies in by baking spicy chorizo and Pepper Jack cheese into hollowed out zucchini.
A pizza dinner under 400 calories? Yep, it exists.
What you'll need: Large mi bowl ($18, )
Seasoned with a Jamaican spice medley, these little shrimps pack serious amounts of flavor.
A light radish and snap pea salad balances out the smokey, charred taste of the salmon.
Before serving this spiced-to-perfection slow-cooker pork, throw it in a skillet for extra crispiness.
This vegetarian fried "rice" is packed with veggies and beats takeout any day.
Kale, sweet potato, ham, and cheddar make up this unforgettable hash.
A tailgate favorite gets the dinnertime treatment.
What you'll need: Wing sauce ($3, )
Wrap up these hearty lettuce cups for a healthy steak dinner.
We love potato pancakes, but this carrot version seriously saves on the carbs.