Spinach, Artichoke, and White Bean Dip

Tasty dips don’t have to be loaded with sodium and other additives. This homemade dip is low in sodium and high in fiber, potassium, vitamin A, folate and vitamin C, making this dish heart-healthy and diabetic-friendly! Enjoy with chopped vegetables and whole-grain crackers.

Healthier Sautéed Collard Greens

February is American Heart Month and Black History Month—honor both by making a heart-healthy version of a traditional African American dish. This collard greens dish is high in fiber, vitamin C, potassium, iron, and vitamin K, making this dish heart- and bone-healthy, diabetic-friendly, and great for digestion. Don’t forget to pair with our healthy black-eyed peas!

Broiled Pineapple Fool

If it’s grilling season, you can also grill the pineapple instead of broiling it. The aim is to lightly caramelize the pineapple’s sugars and eliminate some of its excess moisture.