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This granola can make a satisfying snack on it’s own or your can use it to top yogurt or oatmeal. This recipe uses agave nectar, a popular alternative to sugar or honey. However, you should still count the carbs in agave like any other carbohydrate and keep portions small.
You can substitute canned pumpkin in this recipe for pumpkin pancakes and instead of cinnamon use pumpkin pie spice.
This chili is perfect for a fall dinner and it’s full of vitamin C, protein and fiber. Feel free to experiment with different beans such as black or Great Northern beans here.
During the fall months, you’ll see pumpkin-flavored treats from coffee to doughnuts. Treat yourself to a healthy and delicious pumpkin dish! This oatmeal is perfect on a fall morning.
Don’t waste your money on fast food at lunch. Make this quick wrap instead and you will see that healthy eating does not have to be bland or boring!
Salmon is a good source of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. This is a tasty and healthy way to cook it along with some nutrient-rich low carb veggies.
This chicken dish if full of flavor and is high in fiber with lots veggies and beans.
This frittata is a great way to get more veggies into your day and can be enjoyed for brunch or dinner. By using a combination of egg whites and whole eggs, you cut back on some of the saturated fat and cholesterol.
This salad is delicious and tastes like one you would get at a restaurant. It is versatile and can be packed for lunches, road trips, or served for lunch at home.
Avocado is full of healthy, monounsaturated fat that is good for your cholesterol and will not raise your blood sugar. This is a veggie sandwich, but if you really need your meat you could add turkey or chicken.
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