Schoharie-Otsego Recipes: Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schoharie and Otsego has many recipes that are both delicious and healthy for you. Take a look through our recipes and you are sure to find something that will hit that craving that you've been looking for!
Mother Hubbard's Recipes: Are there times when your cupboard is bare? These tips, along with a collection of recipes utilizing everyday pantry items, will help keep it full.
Gluten-Free Recipes: Going gluten-free can be a challenge. Where to begin is often the hardest part. Use the recipes and resources on this page to start your gluten-free journey.
Cooking Matters: Recipes on the Cooking Matters website each have nutrition information and a beautiful photo of how the food will look when its made.
Cornell's 'Food & Nutrition Education in Communities': Recipes from Cornell's FNEC program use less fat and sugar but still taste delicious. Many recipes were created by CCE Nutrition Educators from NY counties, or are used in the classes they teach so they've been tested by families like yours. The recipes use lean meat and low-fat dairy products, and most have 35% or fewer calories from fat. All FNEC recipes contain less than 2 teaspoons of added sugar per serving. You'll find recipes for Beverages, Grains, Breads and Muffins, Vegetables, Dips & Condiments, Fruits, Main Dish & Casseroles, Dairy, Salads, Protein, Side Dishes, Snacks/Desserts, Soups, Stews and Sauces, and Vegetarian dishes.
Dinner Tonight: Recipes & Videos: Hundreds of quick and healthy dinner ideas from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.
Recipes for Diabetes: This online tool from the University of Illinois Extension allows you to search or browse recipes featured in their Dining with Diabetes or Living Well with Diabetes programs. Each contains an approximate nutritional analysis for calories, protein, carbohydrate, fat, saturated fat, fiber, sodium, and cholesterol.
Fiesta of Flavors: Hispanic recipes for people with diabetes from the University of Illinois Extension.
Keep the Beat: Heart Healthy Recipes: from the National Heart, Blood & Lung Institute.
This dish works nicely as a salad alternative, or light main dish if you add some grilled chicken. Put it over a bed of brown rice for a heartier meal.
This recipe is great for a summer lunch that you can make and eat for several days. Its tastes so good and yet it is healthy too!
Nutrition Educator II
Last updated August 8, 2022