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Give your ravenous self--and your bump--plenty of energy and nutrients with these delectable breakfasts.
If you don't mind using another small skillet, toast the pine nuts in the olive oil and pour the hot mixture over the rest of the pilaf.
Finally, a dessert that's just as good for your body as it is your taste buds. This decadent-tasting mousse gets its rich, creamy texture from avocado, which delivers potassium to fend off pregnancy leg cramps. It's also loaded with folate, an important nutrient for your baby's neural development. Look for avocados that aren't too hard or soft, and garnish your mousse with fresh fruit or coconut flakes.
With fresh tomatoes and legumes, this medley offers vitamin C and protein. For babies ages 8 months and up
The watermelon in this fruity beverage is packed with lycopene and vitamins A and C.
Spruce up your salad greens--or any food--with this no-recipe recipe for an unbeatable homemade dressing.
We asked five of the country's best chocolatiers (who are also moms!) to dish on their ultimate Valentine's Day chocolate dessert recipes. The results? Pure bliss.
Craving a bit of intimacy and a healthy dose of comfort food? Tuck into these tasty dinner recipes from Top Chef judge (and first-time mama) Gail Simmons.
Even the choosiest of palates will love the results of this roasting technique.
Easy holiday dishes packed with healthy vitamins and nutrients
Heart-healthy flaxseeds and protein-rich pecans turn these flapjacks into a super stack.
I love tahini as a base for my dressings. The pressed sesame lends a really creamy, earthy essence, and you don't need additional oil because it's high in good fat. My husband will make the dressing while I grill the zucchini - it's great teamwork.
A healthier take on the traditional sandwich stuffer, this recipe includes sunflower seeds to add crunch, plus vitamin E, which can help your offspring avoid asthma, and folate, which helps reduce the risk for neural-tube defects, such as spina bifida. Two large eggs per day deliver 250 milligrams of choline, more than half of the recommended daily pregnancy dose.
This casserole can be an easy, hearty breakfast if prepared for baking the day before, but it works for dinner, too. Kale contains key pregnancy nutrients calcium, folate and iron, which helps prevent your baby from developing iron-deficiency anemia. Plus, a single 70-calorie large egg contains 6 grams of protein.
To combat queasiness, try popsicles, dry toast, ginger ale and citrus-flavored water.