This salad proves that you don't have to keep fruit and vegetables separate. The sweet blueberries and blackberries pair nicely with the starchy corn. A dash of nutmeg ties everything together.

Blueberries + Blackberries + Sweet Corn + Nutmeg : Food Network

Make this healthy grilled shrimp fajita by tossing the ingredients in a foil packet on the grill. We recommend serving everything family style so everyone can customize their fajita to their tastes.

Healthy Grilled Shrimp Fajita Foil Pack : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Turn your salad into a filling dinner by adding boneless sirloin steak and topping with steak sauce instead of dressing.

Steak-Spinach Salad With Sour-Cream Potatoes : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

These No-Bake Healthy Strawberry Almond Cereal Bars are the perfect guilt-free summer treat. Freeze-dried strawberries give an intense berry flavor while almond butter and marshmallows add the perfect amount of sweetness.

No-Bake Healthy Strawberry-Almond Cereal Bars : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Dark Leafy Greens : Collards, spinach and kale are premium examples of dark leafy green veggies that contain both lutein and beta-carotene (a.k.a. vitamin A). Both are part of the carotenoid family and give food that red-orange color. They’ve been shown to help prevent breast cancer.

Dark Leafy Greens : Food Network

Fans go crazy over these Zucchini Parmesan Crisps. Try them ASAP.

Zucchini Parmesan Crisps : Food Network

Enhance any salad with this dressing comprised of Parmesan, paprika, garlic and lemon juice.

Aunt Trish's Salad Dressing : Ree Drummond : Food Network

Creamy avocado, crunchy vegetables and tangy lime juice make the perfect bed for this Asian-inspired salad.

Ty's Thai Salad : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

Update classic caeser with juicy lemon-pepper grilled shrimp.

Caesar Salad with Grilled Shrimp : Ellie Krieger : Food Network

Satisfy your crunch craving with kale chips, seasoned with paprika, garlic powder and dry mustard.

BBQ Kale Chips : Jeff Mauro : Food Network

Go green with Ina's pasta, pesto and peas. Using frozen peas and chopped spinach cuts down on prep time, without sacrificing flavor.

Pasta, Pesto, and Peas : Ina Garten : Food Network

Chicken breasts get a quick, flavorful spice rub and are paired with a super-healthy side of greens and grains.

Chile-Rubbed Chicken Breast with Kale, Quinoa and Brussels Sprouts Salad : Marcela Valladolid : Food Network

These little pita pockets are tasty and healthy, with grilled chicken, plenty of fresh vegetables and topped with a zesty sauce.

Chicken Salad Pita with Baba Ghanoush : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Fire up the grill to prepare this citrusy, savory Meyer lemon salmon.

Grilled Salmon with Herb and Meyer Lemon Compound Butter : Anne Burrell : Food Network

In this five minute side, broccoli gets a kick from red chile flakes; walnuts add crunch.

Broccoli and Peppers : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

The tang of briny feta accentuates beets' natural sweetness in this vibrant side.

Roasted Beets With Feta : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Savor the flavors of spring with this easy, 10-minute recipe.

Glazed Snow Peas : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

The beloved combination of carrot cake and cream cheese remains, but with a fraction of the calories. A drizzle of cream-cheese glaze adds just the right amount of tang.

Mini Carrot Cakes with Cream Cheese Glaze : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Greek yogurt and honey pair perfectly with fresh berries and ginger to create a simple dessert that comes together in just two minutes.

Berry Easy Dessert : Rachael Ray : Food Network

Sweet potatoes stuffed with a savory beef mixture are perfect for picky eaters who are trying to pack more veggies into their diets.

Beefy Stuffed Sweet Potato : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

A light but flavorful blend of spinach, bulgur and lean ground beef fill these sweet red peppers for a Greek spin a homestyle classic. Tangy feta adds a burst of flavor with fewer calories.

Greek-Style Stuffed Peppers : Ellie Krieger : Food Network

Roasted in foil, this lemon-herb salmon produces juicy, bold flavor with minimal prep and cleanup.

Simple Lemon-Herb Roasted Salmon : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

We kept the bok choy in big pieces and stacked the mushrooms caps before slicing to cut down on the veggie prep in this quick weeknight dinner.

30-Minute Pan-Seared Salmon with Baby Bok Choy and Shiitake Mushrooms : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

Ham, white beans and kale take this salad from opening act to headliner in ten minutes.

10-Minute Ham, White Bean and Kale Salad : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

You save big on fat here by replacing some of the cream with 2-percent Greek yogurt, which provides the same creaminess and richness.

Lightened-Up Penne a la Vodka : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network