Cook up something new in your kitchen with these collections of healthy, delicious recipes. Find more recipes on Nutrition.gov's searchable Recipes page!
Check out this 1970s cookbook for classic American recipes that fit your budget. Find it in the National Agricultural Library's Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
Find healthy recipes to fit your needs! Search by course, food group, cooking equipment, cuisine, and cost.
Use this cookbook, with recipes for breakfast, breads, soups, side dishes, and main dishes, to prepare USDA Foods in a healthy, tasty way. PDF | 4.17 MB
Find recipes featuring foods that both children and adults should eat more of, including dark green and orange vegetables, dry beans and peas, and whole grains.
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipes are healthy and thrifty. They also have a short list of ingredients and are easy to make!
Browse USDA standardized recipes available in English and Spanish. Find healthy and delicious meals, including Beef Picadillo and Easy Chicken and Egg Noodle soup, in yields of 6, 25, and 50 servings.
Browse a cookbook of kid-friendly snack recipes that do not contain added sugar.
Find healthy recipes for omelets, stews, pizzas and more. Plus, view nutrition tips for people with diabetes.
This cookbook shows how to prepare and enjoy tasty recipes that are good for your heart and your health. PDF | 8.11 MB
This website features more than 100 recipes from around the world created for the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) of the National Institutes of Health. Download cookbooks, get cooking tips and check out healthy eating video clips.
Find 23 traditional and tasty Latino recipes with reduced fat, cholesterol, and sodium in this bilingual cookbook. PDF | 2.66 MB
Healthy recipes for you and your family. Happy cooking!
Prepare your favorite African American dishes in ways that protect you and your family from heart disease and stroke.
Browse tasty, healthy recipes for soups, dips, breads and more.
Looking for simple recipes? Check out these 6 cookbooks for one-pot, microwave, slow cooker, no-cook, and low-sodium recipes.
Use this 1940s cookbook to make traditional Puerto Rican dishes, including sancocho and asopao de pollo. Find it in the National Agricultural Library's Historical Dietary Guidance Digital Collection.
Follow along to simple recipe videos for fruit smoothies, healthy mac and cheese, homemade oven fries, and other dishes.
Find featured videos for various recipes, including vegetable quesadillas and an apple salad.
Find out the benefits of using a slow cooker, get basic safety tips, and recipes to try.
View healthy recipes that are fun, fast and fit your budget. Also find cooking videos and activities for kids!
Find a list of recipes sorted from A - Z. Recipes available in English and Spanish.
Check out these recipes for healthy Hispanic dishes. They're also diabetes-friendly!
Browse healthy recipes for people with diabetes.
View recipes that taste great and help you save money.
Try more than 100 recipes that have been taste-tested. Many feature Maine produce. Recipes were created to be easy to prepare and includes a new Nutrition Facts label.
Find delicious, quick-to-prepare, and inexpensive recipes.
View budget-friendly recipes that the whole family will enjoy.
Find healthy and delicious recipes for the USDA Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) that can also be made with the family at home.