Low Calorie

Being on a low-calorie diet doesn't mean you need to starve yourself. You can enjoy meals that are quite filling by choosing ingredients that are high in volume and low in calories, such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Turn to Food & Wine's guide for a selection of delicious recipes that keep in check your calorie intake. We have ideas for special-occasion meals (especially those tricky holiday feasts) as well as regular weeknight dinners—and you'll hardly notice any of it is low calorie.

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Simple, Heathy Recipes
Recipes for healthy living, from white gazpacho to Guinness-glazed halibut.
THE FOOD & WINE DIET℠ 4-Week Plan, Week 1
F&W developed this plan (with the help of Marjorie Livingston, a registered dietitian) to show it’s possible to eat something delicious every single day and still lose weight. The program tops out at 1,400 calories per day, which leaves room for healthy snacks and other extras. We hope the concept encourages you to engage in another activity key to healthy eating: cooking.
Low-Calorie Dishes
From goat cheese-stuffed mushrooms with bread crumbs to eggs baked in roasted tomato sauce, these healthy recipes don't sacrifice taste.