Low Sodium Recipes

Ambrosia Ambrosia
This colorful fruit salad may be made up to a day in advance if you add the banana just before serving. Fruit-sweetened desserts not only satisfy a sweet tooth, they're full of health-promoting antioxidants. In this case, you're better off opting for dessert!
Apple Butter Apple Butter
Apple butter is a rich and flavorful spread that livens up a slice of toast or tops your favorite non-dairy ice cream. Freeze or can a batch to have on hand.
Applesauce Cinnamon Twist Applesauce Cinnamon Twist
Fresh homemade applesauce is easy enough for your kids to make (with a little help from a grown up).
Applesauce Muffins Applesauce Muffins
These delicious, low-fat muffins take just thirty minutes to assemble and bake. Plus, they don't use eggs or butter, which eliminates a great deal of unhealthful fat and all of the cholesterol.
Asian Fusion Salad Asian Fusion Salad
Served with whole-grain rolls, this vibrant salad is a meal in itself. It’s so low in fat and full of antioxidants, you'll feel healthier just looking at all these cancer-fighting power foods.
Aspens Famous Sushi Aspens Famous Sushi
Here is creative way to experience a traditional food with an international flair. Created by five-year-old Aspen and her mother.
Basic Grits and Polenta Basic Grits and Polenta
Polenta is a delicious whole-grain food made from yellow corn grits. Eat for breakfast, or broil for a cornbread-like consistency.
Beet Salad Beet Salad
Here is a colorful and tasty treat with lots of different flavors. A great way to enjoy beets!
Berry Applesauce Berry Applesauce
Serve this applesauce hot or cold. Berries give it a deep red or purple color and add a hefty dose of anthocyanins—potent cancer-fighting antioxidants.
Blue Corn Chip Salad Blue Corn Chip Salad
This salad is perfect for a warm day or when you want something light yet filling.