Heart–Check Certified Recipes
The Heart-Check mark was developed by the American Heart Association® to help shoppers identify heart-healthy foods. This well-known symbol has been a tool for Americans since its introduction in 1995.
Now the American Heart Association also certifies recipes, helping Americans cook nutritious meals at home! Heart-Check certified recipes meet specific nutrition requirements based on the sound science of the American Heart Association, which includes limits on calories, sodium, saturated fat, trans fat and added sugar. Visit heartcheck.org for more information on heart-healthy living and to learn more about American Heart Association recipe certification.
This collection offers a variety of recipes that fit within those standards. From baked avocado egg and eggs in purgatory to a poached egg on spiralized zucchini, explore the new Heart-Check certified recipes today! Heart-Check certification does not apply to other recipes or links unless expressly stated.