You are here

Topics View

Products That'll Prep Your Feet Before They See the Light of Day

Baby Foot Exfoliating Foot Peel

1 of 7

All photos

Get rid of dry, cracked skin and put a fresh foot forward for spring with these lavender-scented booties that gently exfoliate. After just a few days your dry, callused skin will start to shed, giving you baby-soft feet that last for weeks. (We also suggest these cute shoes that are actually good for your feet!) ($19; amazon.com)

SHOP ALL NAILS

Clarisonic Pedi SMART Transformation Set

2 of 7

All photos

Why not give your feet the same attention you give your face? This five-piece set from Clarisonic has everything you need—including a brush, buffer, and a hydrating balm—to transform and soften your feet for sandal season. ($115; sephora.com)

SHOP ALL BUFFERS

Nail Tek Nail Recovery Kit

3 of 7

All photos

If the harsh winter weather wreaked havoc on your nails and cuticles, give them the TLC they deserve. The three-step process repairs and protects for stronger, healthier nails.  ($15; sallybeauty.com)

SHOP ALL NAIL TREATMENTS

Essie Spring Nail Colors

4 of 7

All photos

Make your toes pop with these fun, seasonal colors from Essie. The SoCal names may even inspire a spontaneous trip to the beach—sans shoes. (It’s a good idea to leave your nails bare every once in awhile. See what nails can tell you about your health.) ($18; kohls.com)

SHOP ALL NAIL POLISH

Art Naturals Tea Tree Foot Soak Salt

5 of 7

All photos

Treat yourself to a well-deserved spa day and pamper your aching feet with this foot soak infused with natural oils. Bonus: The tea tree oil it treats nail fungus and athlete’s foot. (Learn what else you can do to relieve achy feet after wearing high heels.) ($13; jet.com)

SHOP ALL BATH SOAKS

Sephora Tough As Nails Deluxe Manicure Kit

6 of 7

All photos

With seven full-size tools, including a toe nail clipper and cuticle trimmer, you’ll have total control of your at-home pedicure. Best of all, the cute zippered case makes it easy to tote this kit on the go. ($20; sephora.com)

SHOP ALL NAIL TOOLS

bliss Foot Patrol Exfoliating & Softening Cream

7 of 7

All photos

Relax and de-stress with the scent of peppermint. This 3-in-1 treatment exfoliates rough areas and moisturizes your feet so they’ll feel—and smell—better than before. ($18; kohls.com)

SHOP ALL BODY MOISTURIZERS

Coffee and Tea-Infused Recipes That'll Perk Up Every Meal

Coffee and Tea: The Two Secret Flavor-Boosting Ingredients

1 of 6

All photos

Coffee and tea are the two flavor-boosting ingredients that are exciting chefs these days. The perks? A robustness and complexity that'll make your dishes daring and delicious. Plus, the brews' antioxidants are megahealthy. Here, inspired recipes that will shake up—and wake up—your palate. (More good news: Coffee and Tea Are Super Good for You)

Photo: Sang An

Hibiscus-Glazed Halibut with Zucchini Noodles

2 of 6

All photos

Take your fish meal to a whole new level by adding tea to the marinade. The secret ingredient? Hibiscus. The tart, fruity flavor of this tea mixed with other delicious ingredients will give you the most perfectly glazed halibut. And the best part? It's served on zoodles. (Related: 12 Healthy Spiralized Recipes)

Get the Recipe

Photo: Sang An

Coffee-Infused Pulled-Chicken Tacos

3 of 6

All photos

If you love coffee and you love tacos, you're going to be blown away by these coffee-infused chicken tacos. Bonus: The caffeine and polyphenols in coffee will boost your brainpower.

Get the Recipe

Photo: Sang An

Green Tea Coconut Rice

4 of 6

All photos

Green tea contains the antioxidant EGCG, which speeds up your metabolism. So don't think twice about going back for seconds.

Get the Recipe

Photo: Sang An

Carrot Daikon Salad with Matcha Dressing

5 of 6

All photos

By now, you know matcha—powdered green tea leaves—is everywhere. It's in your smoothies, energy drinks, and so much more. Now, it's also in your salad dressing. You won't be disappointed. (Up Next: 8 Drinks to Take Your Matcha Tea to the Next Level)

Get the Recipe

Photo: Sang An

No-Bake Earl Grey Chocolate Tart

6 of 6

All photos

Not all desserts are unhealthy, especially this chocolate tart infused with immunity-boosting Earl Grey tea leaves. And it's only 224 calories per serving! 

Get the Recipe

Photo: Sang An

Coffee and Tea: The Two Secret Flavor-Boosting Ingredients

Coffee and tea are the two flavor-boosting ingredients that are exciting chefs these days. The perks? A robustness and complexity that'll make your dishes daring and delicious. Plus, the brews' antioxidants are megahealthy. Here, inspired recipes that will shake up—and wake up—your palate. (More good news: Coffee and Tea Are Super Good for You)

Photo: Sang An

The Best Muffin Recipes for a Quick, Healthy Breakfast

The Problem with Your Morning Muffin

1 of 36

All photos

A whole-grain blueberry muffin from your local coffee shop or bakery might sound like a relatively smart to-go breakfast choice, but that unassuming pastry has an incredible number of calories—not to mention way more sugar than you want to know about. Yes, even that gluten-free organic flax whatever-the-heck muffin made with farm-fresh eggs and unicorn dust. In many cases, you may as well have a piece of cake or a cupcake for breakfast. Instead, try these healthy homemade muffin recipes from registered dietitians and healthy eating experts who know how to keep the taste but leave out all that other nasty stuff. 

Photo: PhotoAlto/Sigrid Olsson/Getty Images

Whole-Grain Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins

2 of 36

All photos

Zucchini keeps baked goods from drying out and is a great way to sneak extra veggies into your breakfast or smart snack. Plus, these chocolate chip muffins are packed with filling protein and fiber.

Get the recipe: Whole-Grain Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins

Photo: Nutrition by Nazima

Banana Bread Muffins

3 of 36

All photos

Banana bread can be a total sugar and calorie bomb—hardly a wholesome breakfast or snack. These banana bread muffins are a deliciously healthy alternative. Top these reasonably sized muffins with a smear of nut butter for an extra punch of protein. 

Get the recipe: Banana Bread Muffins

Photo: RDelicious Kitchen

Banana Pumpkin Muffins

4 of 36

All photos

Looking for an alternative to sugar and artificial sweeteners? This recipe uses naturally sweet dates, which pair perfectly with warm pumpkin and banana flavors to keep the batter moist. (Dates also make a great binding ingredient for energy balls. Check out some of our favorite recipes for the bite-size snacks.)

Get the recipe: Banana Pumpkin Muffins

Photo: One Hungry Bunny

Raspberry Muffins

5 of 36

All photos

These muffins are bright and bursting with raspberry flavor, plus a little hint of lemon. The berries will add a pop of tartness when you bite into them, plus they add more fiber and antioxidants to your morning meal. 

Get the recipe: Raspberry Muffins

Photo: Healthy Ideas Place

Coconut Oil Banana Muffins

6 of 36

All photos

Coconut oil is a great plant-based substitute for butter because it provides a rich texture and flavor. Whether you're lactose-intolerant or are just looking for something new, you'll love this tasty dairy-free recipe. (If you haven't tried cooking and baking with coconut oil, you're going to wonder how you went so long without it in your kitchen.)

Get the recipe: Coconut Oil Banana Muffins

Photo: The Lean Green Bean

Banana Quinoa Chocolate Chip Mini Muffins

7 of 36

All photos

Ancient grain quinoa lends a satisfying texture and extra fiber to these mini muffins. Grab a few for a healthy snack or crumble into plain yogurt for a DIY parfait. (Next up, try these mini blueberry muffins with a Greek yogurt and oatmeal crumble.)

Get the recipe: Banana Quinoa Chocolate Chip Mini Muffins

Photo: Nutrition to Fit

Double Chocolate Beet Muffins

8 of 36

All photos

Want that red velvet color without any artificial dyes? Beets are a natural way to give baked goods that bright hue and a rich texture. They're also packed with fiber and antioxidants—talk about a power breakfast. This double chocolate recipe hits all the right notes. (Discover more ways to hide vegetables in your desserts.)

Get the recipe: Double Chocolate Beet Muffins

Photo: Dishing Out Health

Chocolate Cherry Muffins

9 of 36

All photos

Chocolate and cherries are a match made in flavor heaven. These gluten-free muffins are a satisfying way to start your day, and they taste like you're getting away with having dessert for breakfast.

Get the recipe: Chocolate Cherry Muffins

Photo: KISS in the Kitchen

Oatmeal Molasses Muffins

10 of 36

All photos

If you like oatmeal cookies, you'll love this whole-wheat muffin version with molasses. They're perfect as a healthy snack, too. (Enjoy these five other ways to eat oatmeal that aren't breakfast bowls.)

Get the recipe: Oatmeal Molasses Muffins

Photo: How To Eat

Pistachio Muffins with Cardamom and Rose Jam

11 of 36

All photos

Nuts, spices, and exotic spreads elevate even the simplest foods to yummy treat status. This recipe dresses up a simple whole-grain muffin with pistachios, cardamom, and rose jam. Enjoy as a healthier treat with a cup of tea.

Get the recipe: Pistachio Muffins with Cardamom and Rose Jam

Photo: Food, Pleasure & Health

Cranberry Banana Whole-Grain Muffins

12 of 36

All photos

These sweet-and-tart muffins are made with white whole-wheat flour, which provides the nutrients found in a whole-grain flour but without that "whole-grain" taste that turns some people off. They're also packed with both sweet and tart flavor thanks to the banana and cranberries. (Hey, more cranberry goodness is waiting here.)

Get the recipe: Cranberry Banana Whole-Grain Muffins

Photo: Nutrition Starring YOU

Vegan One-Minute Chocolate Muffin

13 of 36

All photos

For those times when you want something sweet ASAP and don't want to turn on the oven, this whole-grain, microwave version is a healthier alternative to hitting the nearest bakery. (Psst, you can also make a blueberry muffin in a mug.)

Get the recipe: Vegan One-Minute Chocolate Muffin

Photo: 360 Family Nutrition

Coffee Banana Muffins

14 of 36

All photos

Have your cup of coffee and your breakfast in one bold bite. Great for breakfast, a snack, or dessert, these easy java and fruit muffins are a great way to use up overripe bananas. (Another genius caffeine combo? Coffee smoothies!)

Get the recipe: Coffee Banana Muffins 

Photo: Homemade Nutrition

Blueberry Oat Bran Muffins

15 of 36

All photos

Most store-bought blueberry muffins are basically glorified birthday cake, but this delicious no-flour, low-carb, vegan, gluten-free version will nourish the body and satisfy those taste buds. Sounds like a win-win.

Get the recipe: Blueberry Oat Bran Muffins

Photo: 80 Twenty Nutrition

Vegan Banana Zucchini Chocolate Chip Muffins

16 of 36

All photos

Made without butter or eggs, these just-sweet-enough muffins are the perfect healthy snack for plant-based eaters and omnivores alike. (Love the idea of a hearty muffin for your morning meal? Then wait until you see these healthy breakfast cookies.)

Get the recipe: Vegan Banana Zucchini Chocolate Chip Muffins

Photo: Whole Living Lauren

Coconut Flour Coffee Cake Muffins

17 of 36

All photos

Coconut flour is perfect for gluten-free baked goods, thanks to its rich texture. It soaks up a lot of liquid, so it's great for moist recipes that call for egg, coconut oil, applesauce, and liquid sweeteners like honey or maple syrup. This grain-free take on coffee cake muffins also features chocolate chips. (P.S. You're going to want to eat this coffee cake in a mug basically all the time.)

Get the recipe: Coconut Flour Coffee Cake Muffins with Chocolate Chips

Photo: Avocado A Day Nutrition

Muffin Tin Cheddar Biscuits with Hidden Egg Inside

18 of 36

All photos

When your savory side needs some attention, try one of these healthy biscuits with an egg cooked inside. This protein-rich option will satisfy your growling belly. (ICYMI, muffin tin recipes are the perfect strategy for portion control.)

Get the recipe: Muffin Tin Cheddar Biscuits with Hidden Egg Inside

Photo: Perspective Portions

Gluten-Free Oatmeal Muffins

19 of 36

All photos

Looking for a gluten-free muffin recipe that doesn't taste like it's "free" of anything? This recipe, which also happens to be dairy-free, makes the perfect base for any flavor variations you decide to try.

Get the recipe: Ultimate Gluten-Free Oatmeal Muffins

Photo: Abbey's Kitchen

20-Minute Chocolate Peanut Butter Muffins

20 of 36

All photos

If you haven't tried blender muffins before, you're in for a treat. No time to slave over mixing bowls? These chocolate peanut butter muffins, which are easy to adapt for grain-free and dairy-free eaters, are ready in just 20 minutes. Kitchen cleanup doesn't get any easier. 

Get the recipe: 20-Minute Chocolate Peanut Butter Muffins

Photo: Back to the Book Nutrition

Honey Corn Muffins

21 of 36

All photos

Corn is a whole grain that deserves some more attention. This recipe, which uses just a half-cup of honey in place of refined sugar, is the perfect pairing for chili or makes a great snack or breakfast that's not over-the-top sweet.

Get the recipe: Honey Corn Muffins

Photo: Bite of Health Nutrition

Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal Cups

22 of 36

All photos

Craving carrot cake? You could blend up this pretty carrot cake smoothie bowl, or make these oatmeal cup muffins instead—you'll get in some veggies and whole grains without skimping on taste. The healthy cream cheese frosting swaps in some Greek yogurt for an added protein boost and lower fat and calorie count.

Get the recipe: Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal Cups

Photo: The Nutritionist Reviews

Whole-Wheat Apple Pumpkin Muffins

23 of 36

All photos

Pumpkin is a no-brainer for muffins, thanks to its smooth texture, which makes even low-fat concoctions taste rich and moist. It also packs a powerful nutrition punch, thanks to vitamins A and C, fiber, and potassium. Sold. 

Get the recipe: Whole-Wheat Pumpkin Apple Muffins

Photo: Your Choice Nutrition

Pear Cardamom Pecan Muffins

24 of 36

All photos

These healthy whole-grain muffins are stuffed with pears and pecans and feature a pecan crumble top. The messy look makes for a hearty muffin that you'll come back to again and again. Try freezing a batch for easy access to a fiber-filled breakfast any time. 

Get the recipe: Pear Cardamom Pecan Muffins

Photo: Lively Table

Healthy Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Muffins

25 of 36

All photos

The juicy apple pieces and warm cinnamon in these healthy muffins will make your kitchen smell heavenly. Try these muffins for a healthy comfort-food breakfast for those on-the-go mornings. (This apple pie smoothie bowl is another genius and healthy way to trick your taste buds into thinking you're eating apple pie.)

Get the recipe: Healthy Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Muffins

Photo: Marissa Moore Nutrition

Whole-Grain Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins

26 of 36

All photos

The classic sandwich gets a healthy muffin makeover in this recipe. Feel free to use any kind of jam you want, and then keep the ingredients out to make these fancy PB&J sandwiches that are all grown up

Get the recipe: Whole-Grain Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins

Photo: Juggling with Julia

Cheese and Herb Muffins

27 of 36

All photos

Have some leftover cheese (leftover? cheese?) you want to use up? Make these delish cheese and herb muffins and stash some in the freezer for future enjoyment.

Get the recipe: Cheese and Herb Muffins

Photo: Dish & Delite

Grain-Free Vegan Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Muffin

28 of 36

All photos

Do you ever feel like all the good grain-free recipes out there call for nuts? That's major buzzkill for foodies with nut allergies! This recipe, which also happens to be vegan, features coconut flour, ground flax, mashed banana, and sunflower seed butter, and absolutely zero nuts. 

Get the recipe: Grain-Free Vegan Chocolate Chip Banana Bread Muffins

Photo: C It Nutritionally

Double Chocolate Banana Coconut Muffins

29 of 36

All photos

These vegan, gluten-free muffins are full of delicious coconutty flavor. (LOTS more of that here, BTW.) Did you know that starchy bean water can be used in place of eggs in baking? Aquafaba is its name, and it's pretty incredible. 

Get the recipe: Double Chocolate Banana Coconut Muffins

Photo: Sharon Palmer

Skinny Vegan Gluten-Free Pumpkin Spice Muffins

30 of 36

All photos

Did you know that a pumpkin spice muffin from your typical coffee chain can pack in 400 calories? This recipe will satisfy your craving for less than 150. 

Get the recipe: Skinny Vegan Gluten-Free Pumpkin Spice Muffins

Photo: Euphoria Nutrition

Zucchini Muffins with Skyr

31 of 36

All photos

Skyr, a very thick strained yogurt that's traditional in Iceland, makes a delicious, healthy addition to muffins and lets you get away with using less oil and eggs. This recipe, which also features vitamin C-rich zucchini, gets its mild sweetness from maple sugar. (Discover more healthy zucchini dessert recipes and ideas.)

Get the recipe: Zucchini Muffins with Skyr

Photo: Culinary Nutrition Cuisine

Strawberry Greek Yogurt Balsamic Muffins

32 of 36

All photos

In this recipe, the surprising addition of balsamic vinegar highlights the natural sweetness of strawberries. Swapping out half the flour for the whole-wheat variety increases fiber content.

Get the recipe: Strawberry Greek Yogurt Balsamic Muffins

Photo: Olive Tomato

Southwest Cottage Cheese Egg Muffins

33 of 36

All photos

These high-protein, Southwest-inspired savory muffins will quiet even the loudest hunger belly. Cottage cheese adds a protein boost and rich texture. (We love these three easy recipes for egg muffins, too.)

Get the recipe: Southwest Cottage Cheese Egg Muffins

Photo: Hungry Hobby

Chocolate Chip Cashew Butter Oatmeal Muffins

34 of 36

All photos

Creamy cashew butter is a delicious addition to oatmeal muffins. (BTW, have you heard of cashew milk?) These whole-grain beauties are the perfect make-ahead solution for hectic mornings when you don't have time for that Instagram-worthy breakfast bowl.

Get the recipe: Chocolate Chip Cashew Butter Oatmeal Muffins

Photo: Nourish. Breathe. Thrive.  

Whole-Grain Sweet Potato Banana Muffins

35 of 36

All photos

Superfood sweet potato adds a delightful flavor and texture to this whole-grain muffin recipe. Enjoy as is or, for a slightly indulgent touch, drizzle melted white chocolate on top. Yep. 

Get the recipe: Whole-Grain Sweet Potato Banana Muffins

Photo: Healthy Aperture

Matcha Ginger Oat Muffins

36 of 36

All photos

These spicy muffins get their pretty green color from matcha, an antioxidant-rich powder made of green tea leaves. Studded with chopped pieces of candied crystallized ginger, every bite will wake your taste buds right up.

Get the recipe: Matcha Ginger Oat Muffins

Photo: The Every Kitchen