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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.
This delicious spinach pesto could also be used for a spread on turkey or chicken sandwiches or wraps. If you don't like halibut you can substitute cod or tilapia.
This is a delicious and refreshing appetizer to serve when you have guests over for a summer get-together. The lemon adds a refreshing, citrusy bite to this lean appetizer that your guests will love!
Eggplant is a low-carb vegetable and does not raise blood sugar levels significantly. If you cant find baby eggplant, you can use regular eggplant for this recipe.
Turkey tenderloins are a lean meat and can be found by the ground turkey at the grocery store. If you cant find turkey tenderloin, you can always substitute pork tenderloin in this recipe.
If you've never tried raw kale (or any kale), this is a great first recipe because the dressing is so flavorful. Kale is packed full of vitamin A and C and is low-carb. Your local grocery store or warehouse store might have the pre-package kale slaw, but you can substitute cabbage if desired.
A great gluten-free option, these muffins are packed with flavor and make a great on-the-go breakfast.
Fresh berries are finally in season! Try making this parfait with a variety of berries like raspberries, blackberries and strawberries as well.
This salad is a nutrition power-house. Quinoa is a gluten-free grain that provides carbohydrates and protein and the low-carb veggies add fiber and potassium.
This can make a great breakfast, brunch or quick dinner packed full of protein and veggies. If you don't like asparagus you can substitute zucchini or broccoli.
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