Easter dinner is often associated with recipes that are loaded with sugar, fat, and many other substances that leave us lethargic and really not looking forward to Monday morning. This year, we challenge you to break that tradition by trying out some of these healthy recipes. Your body will thank you for it.More
Ham is an Easter classic, but sometimes the sugar level in the glaze can be a bit too high for our bodies' liking. We found a healthier version combining grainy dijon mustard, apple cider vinegar, and apricot preserves. Just make sure to buy sugar-free apricot preserves, or even better, make your own.
Get the recipe at Healthy Delicious.