Registered Dietitian Approved Websites for Recipes

Wonder which websites have healthy recipes? Wonder no more! These Registered Dietitians got you covered!


I have known the amazing Blair Brown since she was born and have watched her with diligence and determination get accepted into medical school in Saba. She is coordinating a thirty day wellness challenge event with a focus on healthy eating habits for all the medical students. Kevin and Blair recently got engaged. They are already living happily ever after in Saba while Blair attends med school. My Registered Dietitians friends suggested these websites for easy, healthy and scrumptious recipes for Blair and her friends.


Susan M. Piergeorge, MS, RDN

Susan is the author of “Boomer Be Well! Rebel Against Aging Through Food, Nutrition and Lifestyle.” She has over three decades of experience as a registered dietitian nutritionist. Susan enjoys teaching people how to create quick and easy meals with nutrition and taste in mind. Here are a few of her favorite recipes. @SusanPiergeorge



Patricia Becker, MS, RDN, CSP, CNSC

Pat, a Pediatric Nutrition Specialist loves the National Dairy Council and Choose My Plate websites for recipes.

Pat is a board certified nutrition support clinician (CNSC) and a board certified specialist in pediatric nutrition (CSP) which means she really knows her pediatric nutrition. @pjbeckerRD


Lauren Sharifi, RD, LDNH


Lauren is a healthy food blogger and recipe developer who focuses on healthy recipes that are easy, take 30 minutes to make and of course delicious! @LaurenSharifiRD

Here are a four of her faves:


Judy Barbe, MS, RDN

Judy, a registered dietitian loves food that combines delish with nutrish. She develops recipes that combine them – all on the same fork! She is the author of Your 6-Week Guide to LiveBest, Simple Solutions for Fresh Food & Well-Being.

Judy’s tools to help you live even better include:

You Must be Present to Win 6 week webinar series.  You Must be Present to Win is a healthful approach to eating high-quality foods, setting up your environment to mindlessly eat better, moving more, and sleeping better to nudge you in the right direction to feed your soul, heart, muscles, bones, eyes, energy, and well-being and gives you practical, simple solutions.  @JudyBarbe


Irene Gardner, MS, RD, CSSD

Irene is a registered dietitian who is a specialist in sports dietetics (CSSD) and loves Eating Well for healthy portion controlled recipes. This is her also her fav website for free cookbooks and seasonal recipes. She especially loves their snack ideas. @IG_Nutrition



Tricia Silverman, RD, LDN, MBA

Tricia, owner of NuTricia’s Lifestyles loves the American Institute for Cancer Research for healthy recipes. @triciasilverman

Aisling Whelan RDN, CDN

Aisling loves Oldways which is a non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire good health through cultural traditions. They have good recipes and resources for health professionals including downloadable thematic toolkits.



Heather Peracchio, MS, RDN, CD-N

Heather writes, “A website I share with folks who are newer to living and cooking on their own is this Choose My Plate Mini Fridge Makeovers.  It has short and sweet reminders to stock up on low calorie high fiber high protein snacks.

Another favorite website is the USDA Mixing Bowl What’s Cooking which has healthy, low cost, quick and easy recipes with five to ten ingredients.

Heather says it is great for people with limited cooking skills. Many of the recipes are very flexible (add any can of beans, etc). It is also available in Spanish. @uarewhatueat


Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN, LDN

Rosanne loves Super Kids Nutrition! She suggests you check out the ten supermarket snack mini meal makeovers. @rustnutrition


Edelina Bustamante MS, RD, CDN

Her absolute favorite recipe website is Budget Bytes. The recipes are simple and provide a step by step guide to make the process foolproof (most times). It is perfect for cooking simple, healthy meals, especially if you are on a budget.  @foodexplorerrd



Barbara Spalding, MA, MS, RDN

Barbara created Second Act Kitchen for people who want healthy and delicious recipes from around the world with ingredients from around their kitchen. She also wanted to provide science-based nutrition information and guidance about making healthier choices whether eating at home or out at a restaurant, every day of the week. Barbara believes food should be easy to prepare and enjoyed with family, friends and great conversation. @secondactktchn

We hope these websites inspired you to prepare a healthy meal or snack. We can’t wait to hear what your favorite websites are! Chere and her Registered Dietitian friends!!

2 thoughts on “Registered Dietitian Approved Websites for Recipes”

    1. Hi Judy speaker Extra-ordinnaire!!! thanks for contributing such great recipe ideas! You are loved by us! Chere, Blair and Kevin!

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