Pasta doesn’t have to be bad for you—start with whole-grain noodles and add cancer-fighting tomatoes, heart-healthy almonds, and vitamin-rich kale for a nutritious and satisfying dinner.Get the recipe.
Cooked until tender, the sturdy, cabbage-like leaves stand up well against roasted butternut squash and meaty pork chops.Get the recipe.
Chopped walnuts give simply cooked kale a lively crunch, which matches well with the mild fish.Get the recipe.
Meaty mushrooms, nutrient-dense sweet potatoes, and fiber-rich kale paired with quinoa make this vegetarian meal a nutritional knockout.Get the recipe.
A final drizzle of aged balsamic vinegar adds a slight tang to this easy side dish.Get the recipe.
Bursting with pasta, cannellini beans, and leafy kale, this soup is guaranteed to fill you up.Get the recipe.
This recipe makes a large batch of vegetable-packed soup, which you can freeze for up to three months and reheat whenever you need a quick, healthy meal.Get the recipe.
Serve this lighter stew—made with low-sodium broth, chicken sausage, white beans, and kale—for a satiating meal that won’t weigh you down.Get the recipe.
Ribbons of kale add a bright note to this hearty soup, which combines sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and leeks with brown lentils.Get the recipe.
This nutritious smoothie is surprisingly delicious: The apple juice and banana mask the kale flavors so effectively, you can use a full cup of the vitamin-rich leafy green.Get the recipe.