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Healthy Cooking Magazine Recipe Index

Rate and review recipes from the current issue of Healthy Cooking

Recipes from the December/January 2013 issue

Ants On a Log Spread

I make this snack as a protein pick-me-up. It reminds of “Ants on a Log” from my childhood, and it’s great on an English muffin or apple slices. —Lisa Hummitsch, Tinley Park, Illinois

Apple-Beef Panini

The horseradish sauce adds interest to this beef sandwich, and the apple adds a great crunch. I don't have a panini press, so I use my countertop grill instead. — Donna Marie Ryan, Topsfield, Massachusetts

Apple-Raisin Baked Oatmeal

Baked oatmeal is a popular breakfast in my house. I make it often for my husband and seven children because it's budget friendly and versatile. I like to add a variety of dried fruits or nuts to mix it up. —Christina Smeal, Fairmont, West Virginia

Apricot Pork Tenderloin

Tangy-sweet apricot preserves intensify and complement this elegant one-dish meal. —Judy Armstrong, Prairieville, Louisiana

Asian Beef Sliders

My family loves orange chicken, but we don't eat it often because of the high sodium, fat and calories. These sliders remind us of our favorite takeout, only they're much healthier. —Mindie Hilton, Susanville, California

Asian Pork Stir-Fry

Working two jobs leaves little time for cooking. This recipe can be made with almost anything you have in the house, including different vegetables and meats. —Deborah Sheahen, Hickory, North Carolina

Baked Banana Boats

Kids can make their own banana boats with custom toppings. We use different berries and honey or peanut butter instead of chocolate chips. They're also good topped with crushed graham crackers or granola—whatever your family likes. —Rebekah Viers, Taylors, South Carolina

Better-Than-Fruitcake Cookies

Mostly fruit and nuts, these sweet and chewy clusters make excellent gifts, freeze well, can be shipped easily, and most importantly, live up to their name. —Lillian Charves, New Bern, North Carolina

Black Bean Brownies

You’d never guess these rich, velvety chocolate treats contain a can of black beans. —Kathy Hewitt, Cranston, Rhode Island

Black Bean Burgers with Chipotle Slaw

We like to eat meatless at least one day a week, so I always keep cans of various beans in the pantry for quick-to-prepare meals like this. —Deborah Biggs, Omaha, Nebraska

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