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This quick and satisfying snack is great when you need something to take with you that wont spoil. You can portion out 2 tablespoon servings in snack-size containers to help with portion control.
This unique soup has just four ingredients so it's a cinch to make. Plus - sweet potatoes are finally in season! Have it for lunch with a side salad or a veggie wrap.
These satisfying high-fiber bites make a great snack or quick breakfast. You can freeze a couple bites in a snack-size plastic bag for a grab and go breakfast too!
Congee is a traditional rice porridge. It's commonly eaten at breakfast time, but can also be enjoyed any other time of day. It's a great way to make a small amount of rice go a long way, and can be paired with meat, fish, veggies or eggs.
This high-fiber snack is a much healthier choice than chips and is a great alternative for those with nut allergies. Place in small bowls or ramekins at your next party.
The traditional version of this taco dip is much higher in fat and uses sour cream and cream cheese. We use a healthier fat (avocado) and reduced-fat cheese to save you lots of calories without giving up any taste. This dip is great for tailgating and football season!
This snack mix is packed with nutrition and healthy fats from the many nuts and seeds. Plus the freeze-dried blueberries add a tangy, fruity flavor to the mix!
Tomato season is not over yet! Enjoy these last few weeks and try out this simple recipe. The basil adds an excellent flavor to the fresh tomatoes.
Fresh produce is abundant this time of year. Hit up a local farmers market and mix up the types of fruits in this smoothie.
Make this recipe the same week you make the Spinach Pesto Halibut since it uses a lot of the same ingredients. This nutrition-packed side dish would go great with fish, chicken or pork.
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