The reader recipe-driven Taste of Home franchise is getting bigger and healthier.
The tremendously popular cooking magazine and book company has launched a new bimonthly magazine dedicated to healthy versions of home-cooked favorites.
The magazine sticks with the company's well-tested formula reader recipes tested and photographed by the editors. All recipes include nutrition data, diabetic exchanges, and icons to identify those that are low-fat, low-carb, low-sugar, etc.
Recipes in the premier Issue (April/May) include zucchini fritters, cheese straws and a ham and corn souffle. A special section on gluten-free baking offers recipes for carrot cake and chocolate chip muffins.