Healthy Twists On Classic Easter Dishes

Healthy Twists On Classic Easter Dishes

Dietitian and author of “Eating in Color,” Frances Largeman-Roth, visits Access Hollywood Live with Easter recipes that are festive and healthy. What are some tips to keep Easter staples lighter? Frances’ book, “Eating in Color,” is available now.

This Easter Sunday many of us will gather around with family and friends. Dieticians and eating in color. Frances Ross is here with a few recipes that are lovely. You hit this. She's having a third pain any minute. She got the minivan. Welcome to my world. You didn't get an SUV? No, the minivan. It's easier. You hit id and it's so awesome. What are you doing, largeman? Everybody does a devilled egg and hard-boiled eggs. We're doing beet-dyed devilled eggs. You take pickled eggs and -- you boil them, take the yokes out, pipe in -- Can we try that? Yeah, absolutely. What do you put Onnen to? Just a little bit of the chives on top. They're super fun. You know what? I bet your kids will eat these because of the color. You boil the eggs and -- Boil the eggs first, cool them, take the shell off, put them in the beat juice overnight. Next day they're going to be bright pink. Take the yoke, mash it up with ska know la and mustard and go. Keep piping. This is great stuff. It's grilling season. Instead of doing like a rack of lamb, I'm going do a burger. I'm going to do lamburger. These are so delicious. It's a lamburger. The great thing about it is it has omega-3 fatty acids because they're grass fed. Lamb is the lost meat. Nobody ever cooks a lamb. It's rich in protein, zinc. Is it hard? It's not hard. At least not anymore. That's. It's on a pretzel roll. That's trendy too. I love these because they're from Rudy's. They're organic. Yeah. Take a bite. I like pretzel rolls better. They're a bit more fun. Get in there. Tell me it's low Cal. You're probably doing more mountain biking. Kit, you're probably running more. My spin is we're going to add beautiful watermelon radishes. Those are so cute. It's like the pulitzer of radishes and we're also adding dry tart cherries. You're going to make this little salad dressing. It's olive oil, extra virgin, lemon juice, extra zest. Salt and pepper. And then how beautiful is that when you put it on your table? And the theme with these tart dried cherries, after a tough workout, maybe you did a big cycling class or you went out training for your, you know, next 10-k, it's going to speed muscle recovery and bring down inflammation. To me, it's all about the dressing. You put on the dressing. Quickly, real quick, tell us. Everybody does asparagus for spring. This is my twist. It's great for vegetarians too. I want to say all of our recipes a accesshollywoodlive.com and her book is in stores now. Good luck with the baby. Coming up, the emotional performance you cannot miss. Boston's own aerosmith pay about tribute to Boston's own. Get your tissues out. Welcome back to "Access